Blog of a veggie lady who can't stay in one place for too long, loves to dumpster dive, loves to craft and can rant about feminism for hours! Just little notes and photos from my travels and the qwirky, fun, arty and ridiculous things I've seen! (and things I've found in bins.)
Day 44: Babes and pizza at Street Spirit, Bar 1:22 (Huddersfield)! Also it was Galentines day! HAPPY GALENTINES DAY!
This is what I did this evening! Ate pizza and had a Project:BABE stall at a local band night. So much glitter, so much feminism, so much pizza, so tumblr.
I’ve just found my card reader so MASS TUMBLR POSTS!
Here’s a nice series of photos I took a while ago when me and Rob made awesome pizzas after he dropped the first ones on the floor!
Pizza? Never heard of it! Calzones!
Me and Kim made a calzone because fuck you that’s why. We actually made the dough for pizza a few days ago, but the recipe we used made LOADS of dough so we’ve had it in the fridge, ready for calzoning. We used one of Hugh’s recipes because Hugh is a badass and definitely the hippest celebrity chef, so just go follow that because I can’t be bothered to spell it out for you. One thing I would recommend, though, is adding your favourite herbs of choice to the mixture and then, when you’re kneading it, chucking in a big lump of honey, cause it makes it taste boss. Really sweet and awesome. To make it in to a calzone, just smear tomato sauce all over the shop, mix all your toppings and the cheese up in to a big pile, and just bosh it in the middle and wrap the dough all around it. Easy! Unless you’re a proper wetstain, anyway. It’s full of sweetcorn, olives, mushrooms, spinach and green peppers.
We used mozzarella because it’s awesome and cheap as all balls (44p!) but you could make it vegan by ditching the honey from the base (although if there’s one thing I learned from Jerry Seinfeld’s Bee Movie, it’s that responsibly sourced honey is awesome and essential for the world to not die) and by using some vegan cheese, which is actually pretty nice, or just ditch the cheese altogether. I reckon a cheeseless calzone would be okay, but I’m still not convinced you could bring me round to a cheeseless pizza. That’s just madness.
Anyway, this calzone was amazing. F’serious.
This really was a bitching calzone. Like so good I nearly went into a food happy coma.