Tuesday, October 26, 2010


It was a beautiful morning!

The dancing sunbeams peeking from behind the cottony clouds made their way into our living room, streaking us golden.

A longer walk this morning and hopes of a brighter, happier day!


Evening tea was bound to be an interesting affair.

A pleasant evening after the gloom of incessant rain never fails to cheer up Mummy. And this almost always leads to one of her culinary experiments!

EVERYONE in this household considers food ‘liberating’. Nothing, we think, can beat an interesting aroma wafting from the kitchen.


We were already drooling in anticipation when Mummy, immediately after she was back from work, declared ‘Special tea today, dahlins! And I promise it will be quick.’

Daddy settled down and munched on biscuits to help lessen the anticipatory drooling! Well, it seems to work with him!

We decided to guide Mummy…hasten the process, you know, as she is prone to day-dreaming a lot while cooking!


Step 1: Smear sauce of your choice on bread or pizza-base slices. Our choice was Pizza Base tomato + English mustard sauce.


Ginger doesn’t like tomato sauce. So for her, no sauce!


Step 2: Raid the fridge for fruits and veggies. We recommend- tomatoes, cucumber, pineapple, corn-kernels (steamed). Baby-corn slices, lettuce, olive





(Mummy, I never said I don’t like sauce! And where are the toppings?)



(Ok! That’s better! )

Step 3: Butter, melted yummy butter!


Step 4: Mozzarella cheese (HEAPS!)


Wait for the cheese to melt and drip down…



( Yumm one…yumm two…yumm three….Oh! Torture)



Ready to eat ‘TOASTIZZA’



Step 5 (Optional. Who wants to wait anymore, anyway!): Sprinkle Red chilli powder, ground white pepper, thyme, rock salt.






Ginger & Buddy



Arnov said...

This was your b'fast , Gin-Bud ? An interesting one I would say! Although I don't trust your mom's culinary skills too much!

Aksharaa said...

Gin-Bud's Mum here..Well A,Next time u come visiting, I suggest u carry along a take-away!;)

~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

It's lunch time here in Virginia and I'm having a frozen dinner, but this looks delicious for any meal!!! :-)

The Luke said...

One word: YUM!!!

wif love from the Luke

♥♥♥ The OP Pack ♥♥♥ said...

We sure hope there are leftovers because we have already left to come visit you:) Wow, does that ever look good!

Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

Arnov said...

That I do anyway - I haven't forgotten the yummy BBQ 'to-go's available round the corner - also the food at the Indo-Chinese restaurant was too good!

snoopydog said...

MMMMMMM!!! That looks delicious. Oscar would like to come for breakfast. Ros and Oscar

KT and Lady said...

Our collective mouths are watering. I think its time for lunch.

Mariodacat said...

Oh man - I would have to read your bloggy just before dinner. I don't smell anything that good in our kitchen. Maybe I could borrow your mom to come here and cook for us.

Maggie and Mitch said...

We love that you guys are sharing a blankie to wait!

Love ya lots,
Maggie and Mitch

Teddy Bear said...

That looks delicious!!! We can't wait to try some.:)

Teddy Bear

♥I am Holly♥ said...

That looks so yummy!!!! To think I just ate a frozen dinner..not good at all!!! Your food looks delicious!! Lots of love, Debbie and Holly

Mr. Pip said...

OMD! Someone PLEASE feed me NOW!!!

Your pal, Pip

Zona said...

I was going to post a nice long comment but suddenly I'm so very hungry I have to go see if I can find any noms as tasty as those look! I doubt it but I'm going to try!


Khyra And Sometimes Her Mom said...

Oh my my!


Mom is drooling and so are we!!!

Khyra and The Golden Khousins

The Chair Speaks said...

Vegetarian pizza! Thanks. Will try it. Usually I just eat plain cheese or peanut butter sandwich or bread dip in vegetable curry leftovers.

houndstooth said...

That looks pretty darned yummy! No wonder you were drooling!


Lorenza said...

And my mom can't stop drooling!
Kisses and hugs

scotsmad said...

Hmmmmm! You've got us drooling. Bon appetite!

XXXOOO Daisy, Kendra & Bella

Priscilla said...

We want 'TOASTIZZA' too, please!!!!!!!!!!

Minna Krebs said...

Hello there's.....its me, Minna Krebs.

I'm so glad you stopped by my blog....I follow you now, too! Hopes we get to be great furrends!


Oskar said...

HOley moley! I had a piece of my peoples turkey that they had for dinner, but now we all want what you made instead!

Nubbin wiggles,

Living In Williamsburg Virginia said...

Amazing how the dogs never seem to leave when food is involved, huh?

Darryl and Ruth : )

Anonymous said...

Oh My! Too bad I can't reach through the screen and grab a slice of that scrumptious toastizza! Your Mom sure can whip up some drool a puddle stuff!

Waggin and droolin at ya,

Hound Girl said...

Whoa yall are spoiled, man what we would give to eat like kings like yall! nom-nom :)

Anonymous said...

That toastizza looks DEE-vine! Oh, gosh, there I go drooling on the keyboard again.

Wiggles & Wags,

Anonymous said...

Hi Ginger and Buddy! Thanks so much for visiting me! I love your blog too!

As a matter of fact if your Mom makes such good food all the time then Mom and I will be right over!
Talk about yummy looking, I am drooling just from looking at all that great food!

Have a Grrrreat weekend!

woo woos, Tessa

Meeka said...

Hi Ginger and Buddy,
Thanks for stopping by. Nice to meet fellow bloggers.
Your snack looks yummy.

Jed and Abby in MerryLand said...

Well, we were ok with the bread, less so with the veggies, but you had us with the butter & cheese! We're off to see what we can find in our kitchen.

Jed & Abby

Sierra Rose said...

Sounded like a lovely long walk, and wow! What beautiful pizzas! Making us hungry :)

Hugs and snaggle-tooth kisses,
Sierra Rose

the booker man said...

me and asa are a droolin' mess! your toastizzas look so super delish! it really is a bummer that we don't live nearby cuz we could have some seriously awesome sauce potlucks if you did!
so miss ginger, do you like the tomato sauce now? teehee.

the booker man

the booker man said...

pee s -- you don't have to apologize for the burpage. i hear it's a complement to the chef! :)