Monday, April 02, 2012

Pizza Sunday

Pizzas are not really everyday meal choices in Asia, though it is increasingly popular among the teens and people who just want convenient take-aways when on the run or when one is just lazy to do any cooking.
In a country where rice and noodles are more of the staple than any processed food, pizzas became the 'fun' option, or a treat which comes by once in a while to satisfy cravings.

So, one Sunday evening, when hubby says, "Hey, I am thinking pizza tonight" and that was how the personal-sized Hawaiian Tuna pizza ended up as one of the dishes on the dining table.
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I don't know about the rest of you; but there has always been an ongoing debate between Pizza Hut and Domino's pizzas and which is actually better and they ended up in two different groups although there is slightly more votes for Domino's.

Reason lies in the crispy thin crust, or the crust just simply beats that of Pizza Hut's, but I am no pizza expert.
To me, I think it is just a matter of personal preference, don't you think?

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Are you torn between different brands of pizza or you don't care, any pizza will do, as long as it's not too bad? :)

18 comments:

  1. I hardly buy pizza from outside nowadays, homemade always the best.

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  2. Sonia, that's coz you can make almost everything and they all came out good!:P

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  3. Beautiful and yummy!

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  4. Sonia - yup .. everything you make sure turn up good .....
    envy envy...
    I do prefer Alexis's seafood pizza.. it is very nice..

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  5. Ha ha Christy, I am with you on pizza, it's more of a treat than a food stable. Now a days I cook so often, pizza has pretty much lost it's place in our lives, though once a while a slice with light cheese is always welcome!

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  6. I love pizza with thin crust!

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  7. You sure know how to create a perfect pizza; looks soo good!
    Rita

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  8. Hi Christy, not sure whether I've visited your blog b4 but I hope this isn't too late to turn up here. Not just that, I've also become your latest follower, I can see that Ann & Sonia are also your readers too!

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  9. manu, yes indeed!:)

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  10. Simple Person, really, I must check out Alexis's seafood pizza, I love seafood stuffs ;)

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  11. Jeno, yeah, exactly my sentiments!!:) Since when did that start, I really have no idea:p

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  12. Aarthi, yup, but it gave my hubby sore throat after that, LOL!:p

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  13. Ann, adding another thin crust fan to the list..seems like this list is surpassing the other :p

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  14. Rita, erm, I was misunderstood, and I shall not take credit for this...for I am not the one who made the pizza!:P

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  15. Jessie, Awwwww...you made my day!! I was so happy to see you following me...
    I am just a humble blogger and to have so many following my blog is definitely a big honor to myself!;)

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  16. I haven't had a store bought pizza in years so I'm clueless as well. It's too easy to make pizza at home and get just the right ingredients we love in the amounts we enjoy.

    I've never had tuna on my pizza before but it looks very interesting!

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  17. Maureen, LOL, so pizza is also an occasional treat for you yeah;)

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