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When hunger strikes...

...our taste buds seem to get numb and everything is overly delish.

Our Pasto lunch yesterday really made my day. It was just what my really hungry tummy needed. I was soooo happy afterwards and was ready to gulp down tons of wine over at the NBC tent (that's another story entry).

Pesto Pizza


I don't know if I was just really THAT hungry, but the pizza really was gooooood. Just the right amount of basil/pesto topping, the shrimp was cooked just right, I just had to have my meds first because I was allergic to shrimp but of course it didn't stop me from eating this one. It was delish! :) You should remember to eat it right away though.. because it gets hard easily. Anything that has pesto is starting to be a favorite, this is Arvic's fault! :P

Pomodoro


Just the right amount of sour I needed to contrast the saltiness of the pizza. Great combination actually.


Then off to.....



we went.


CARPE DIEM!
I'm out.

Comments

kg said…
uy cza, bad ka ha...allergic sa shrimp tapos kain ka pa din! :)

but i don't blame you...it looks so yummie! :)
witsandnuts said…
Waaah! This is torture! I'm so hungry and I bloghopped pa (although I knew that it's about food heehee). I'm mouthwatered upon seeing pesto pizza.
Dennis Villegas said…
wow the food looks great! pareho tayo kahit bawal go pa rin basta oagkain hehehe
Cza said…
@kg - masarap e!!! =P

@witsandnuts - I'm actually craving for one again. Haha!

@Dennis Villegas - Go lang ng go!

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