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Little Italy


There are certain days when our tummies crave for italian food (think pasta and pizza) and since daughter and I have been honing our culinary skills, we always end up with something creative - thanks to the food stuff available in the fridge or pantry.




Pasta with sausage, ground pork, steak bits. Added some sliced black olives, onion, garlic and olive oil. This is so good! However, I'm not sure if I can replicate this dish again, hahaha.




Herbed pumpkin soup and cheese puffs.



Tiny pizzas three-cheese pizza with black olives and garlic and basil. The cheese we used are cheddar, quesong puti and monterey jack.

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