Nip, Knead and Nibble

July seems to be a month of celebrations, festivities, homecomings and farewells. Usually what that means is that there’ll be a feast! An ongoing, perpetual feast for this month particularly. Dinner parties, tea parties and lazy weekend lunches… It’s a dinner party at ours last night and we made homemade pizzas and chicken wings. Decked with salami, ham, bell peppers, olives, onions and garlic (yes garlic!), the Italian pancakes oozed over with mozzarella cheese and filled our kitchen with tantalizing aroma!

This no-brainer recipe was shared to me by Lee Yen when I was there in June bunking over at the Singapore apartment. Since good food is for all, here’s the recipe:

The Dough
175g plain white flour
1 tsp salt
1 tsp yeast
½ tbsp caster sugar
1 tbsp olive oil
120ml warm water

How? Mix all ingredients together and knead (with love and soft piping music in air). Leave to rise for 1 hr. Roll our dough, spread tomato base and sprinkle with anything your heart desires! 230c in the oven and Walla – you’ve made yourself an Italian chef!


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Hey Debbie and Terrence!

Your travels are amazing and your stories are all so lovely!

Keep up the great work – I’ll be sure to be following this newly stumbled upon weblog. 😉


Hi Kelly:)

Always great to get random notes like yours. Glad you enjoyed our stories – I had as much fun and satisfaction writing ’em!!

Take care…


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