the one about the pizza party & cute animals

So, I was asked to make the food for a small birthday gathering for a certain young lady from my church who turned 12 last night. She is an animal lover, and I think it was about a year ago she decided to go vegetarian.

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I decided to do an eggplant & garlic pizza,

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and a Mexican pizza, along with buffalo tofu and my super green salad. I put the pizzas together at home, but popped them in the oven at the Birthday Girl’s house so they’d be fresh and hot for dinner.

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I’ve been too lazy to make pizza for myself, but this was really fun. And now I feel like having another Pizza Week for no reason except to eat as much pizza as possible!

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Same for the buffalo tofu, I usually only make it once or twice a year, but it’s one of my favorites.

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Luckily the Birthday Girl & family liked it, too 🙂

And then…I got to meet the pets. There are quite a few, and I didn’t get pictures of them all, but here are a few:

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Hopscotch. Poor guy keeps scratching his eye, so he has to wear the cone.

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Coco Puff. She’s all puffed up because she didn’t like the red light on my camera. Sorry!!

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And the cutest of all, Banjo.

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Banjo is a Chinese crested hairless pooch. Sometimes I wish Jack were hairless, all this guy needs is a little lotion applied every so often.

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He reminds me of Teen Wolf. He moved too quickly for me to get a good picture of him smiling, but it’s so adorable.
This was a lovely way to spend a Thursday evening. I had tons of fun and I am so happy to have been invited, and honored I was asked to cook. There’s nothing quite like good friends.

What are you all up to this weekend?

0 thoughts on “the one about the pizza party & cute animals

  1. Tonight a friend and I divided up the Kim Chi we made last weekend. It’s super delicious! We each have three quarts. Let me know if you’d like one.

    • That sounds good! I picked some sumac today – maybe I can make something with it and we can trade. Hopefully it’s not poison sumac :p I don’t *think* it is…

  2. Pingback: spinach & eggplant pasta. with lots and lots of garlic. | oh.she.cooks

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