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Lately.. I always feel hungry even right after eating. Not nice... I'm hoping that my metabolism is working double time. But then again.. maybe I'm just weak because I give in easily to food cravings.. Shoot me. :|

Then while I was browsing through my picture folder I see this ->

And now I'm craving for that Sausage and Bacon Pizza open-faced Toast we had at UCC. *drrrroooooollllssss* Why do I torture myself?!??

I'm out.


Anonymous said…
anczarap naman nito! give in to temptation darling! - anonyb
witsandnuts said…
I can relate, haha. Ang bilis bilis ko din magutom. Minsan nga nananaginip ako that I'm eating. =)
Cza said…
@anonyb - haha! tiis tiis.. diet at tipid kuno. :P

@witsandnuts - haha! Hindi pa naman ako nanaginip ng gutom. Naku... pero now that I thought of it baka managinip ako later. =D
kg said…
hi cza! you know, you can create this type of pizza at home. either you can but a crust or use tinapay (pandesal or loaf). just put whatever topping you want. we do this all the time at home! :)
happyskies said…
kain lang ng kain sis! :) masarap kumain! :)
princess_dyanie said…
oo nga gawa ka sa bahay pag may free time ka. mas mura pa diba?

btw, love your new layout! :)
princess_dyanie said…
isa pa ulit na btw hehe ;)

email me pls. :)

surprise! :)
Cza said…
@happyskies - haha! o nga e. ang sarap!

@princess_dyanie - naku.. pag may "free" time which is most likely e wala. haha! Thanks, i love it too! :)
Eliza said…
At least, your craving is easier to find. Yesterday night, I was craving for lugaw. hahaha..
Cza said…
@eliza - hahahaha! naku.. mas mahirap nga yang syao. though kahapon ng merienda time. yan din yung hinahanap ko. :P
Rico said…
I think you can make this at home too, if going to UCC seems to tiring, hehe! Looks so good though.
Cza said…
@Rico - It is delish! :D

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