With Accentuating Off-White Pinstripes

[There’s A Good Reason These Tables Are Numbered Honey, You Just Haven’t Thought Of It Yet – Panic! At The Disco]

Today I went to Mani’s house for lunch. I realized Dad didn’t leave food, and I can’t cook for shit (except eggs, and we were out of that) so I whinged to her online. She actually said yes to me going over for a free lunch.

Her mom picked me up (because, contrary to my beliefs, she actually lived around an hour’s walk away from me) and we started making some pizza! Making pizza from scratch! That was a first for me. Mrs Mani showed me how to make the dough (add some sugar with the yeast, it makes it activate faster haha!) and then we chopped up stuff for the topping. Mani never asked me to check if we had mushrooms so Mrs Mani kept on complaining that there was no mushrooms. (“Even three or four, for the flavor you know?”) Then she decided to experiment and make this Asian Pizza thing, using tuna and soy sauce and sweet chilli sauce.

While the pizzas were cooking (you know, we forgot to take pictures!) we went to play Wii. Failed epically in the Simpsons game. Ahh embarrassment! Then we had the pizzas, and let me tell you, I’m telling you so you better listen: After home made pizza that you made yourself, you don’t ever want to eat store bought ones ever again. Or maybe Mrs Mani is just really good at making pizza. The Asian fusion turned out really well, because the tuna smelled really good mixed with the sweet chilli sauce. Then Mani taught me how to toast a sandwich without a sandwich toaster. I think I still remember a few steps.

Eat eat eat eat eat eat eat eat eat eat eat wiiiiiiiii Guitar Hero on Wii, without the guitar controller was funny and fail.

Then got dropped off home before either parents came home. I feel sneaky.

I wish I took pictures. It was so delicious! Thank you Mani and Mrs Mani!


3 thoughts on “With Accentuating Off-White Pinstripes

  1. Yummo. You actually got to eat the food from the photos!
    By the way, I want to like lick my screen everytime I see the snow falling.

    Oh that is disgusting. That is…both disgustingly sad and actually disgusting.

  2. how do u make a toasted sandwich without a sandwich toaster ..?

    Okay it was hard for me to understand, but basically you get a frying pan. You butter one slice of bread on both side, and then put another slice of bread with butter only on one side on top of the first slice, but with the 2nd slice’s buttered face up. Then you put, on top the 2nd slice with the butter face up, the stuff you wanna put inside. You let that cook for a while, then you move the top slice, with the stuff, onto the side of the frying pan, then transfer the slice with both sides buttered on top of the topping’ed slice, then you let that cook for a while. Honestly, Mani, you explain.

  3. Wow you just confused me…

    OK there are two ways to do it: one method requires you to butter the outside of the sandwich to cook, the other uses butter straight on the pan to fry. The first method prevents you from putting too much butter and letting it soak into the bread. It’s full proof. Unless you can’t butter bread…

    1. Butter two slices of bread and sandwich together.
    (so it’s just butter on the inside)

    2. Place your filling on top of the buttered sandwich.
    (This will make sense later on)

    3. Lift the top slice with the filling and place on a hot fry pan.

    4. Grab the remaining slice and place on top of the filling to complete the sandwich.
    (This means you’ve now got butter on the outside of the sandwich)

    5. Cook until golden brown. Flip. Repeat.

    Even though it may seem complicated at first, it’s really quite easy.


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