A Cheese Bread Pizza with a Hot Twist Recipe + Several Different-Genres Movie Suggestions for a perfect Low-Key Friday.
I don’t find it strange or lazy at all when a person answers the question “What’s Your Favorite Food” with “Pizza, c’mon!”. While there are all sorts of awesome foods, meals, dishes and everything, pizza almost never disappoints, if you don’t eat it every day or that often, of course. And it comes in a vast variety offering so many choices and ways to improvise with it. So, it’s not unusual that it first pops in mind with such an ease when the favorite-food question is being asked. This delicious and easy Cheese Bread Pizza with a Hot Twist totally testimonies the “lots of ways to improvise with it” part, which also means that you can easily use the stuff you have in the kitchen (think yesterday’s bread) instead of going to the store with a list. So, head below to get the recipe, and then some more below to get to the movie suggestions.
Cheese Bread Pizza
– 1 loaf of Bread (I actually had little more than half a loaf, so I used that. The ingredients below are just about enough for the whole loaf, so I have a somewhat “richer” pizza);
– Tomato Sauce (or Ketchup) enough to cover each half of the bread;
– 3 1/2 to 4 Cups Shredded Cheese (you can add more than 1 type of cheese);
– Hot Green Pepper (cut in small pieces, and the amount of it depends on how hot the pepper is and/or how hot you’d like your pizza);
– Garlic Powder.
1. First, turn the oven on 180-200C (or 350-400F).
2. Cut the (loaf of) bread in two halves, horizontally. Place the halves (with the crustier side down) on a pizza pan. Spread the tomato sauce (or ketchup) on each of the bread halves. Sprinkle over some dried parsley.
3. Add the shredded cheese, and then the hot pepper cut in small pieces.
4. Sprinkle over some dried parsley and the garlic powder (or a seasoning you love).
5. Put in the oven and bake for around 15-20 minutes (or until the cheese is melted and the pizza’s golden).
1. Why Him – 2016
Comedy // 1 Hour 50 Minutes
When my friend recommended this movie to me, she used one word to describe it. Hilarious! I’ve seen it, and that girl doesn’t lie. Just as much as Shakira’s hips. Anyway, what you’ll pretty much see here is James Franco as a Silicon Valley millionaire who’s use of the F-word and similar words comes down to pretty much every third word. He is in many (not good) ways free-spirited, tattooed, with little to no sense of personal boundaries, and seems a little bit like a wack job. And he dates Brian Cranston’s fictional character’s daughter. Shit goes crazy between the two in a hysterical way. Absolutely the go-to movie for a relaxed Friday night with a lots of laughs.
2. Iris – (2014)
Documentary, History, Biography // 2 Hours 20 Minutes
They say fashion may go out of style, but style can’t go out of style. Or something like that. And Iris Apfel is the very proof of it. The way she dresses, the way she combines different patterns, colors, different items of clothing.. More than one (think 5 or 6) statement pieces on one outfit. Even when it seems like it’s a little bit of exaggerated and loud (can a style be loud?), she manages to pull it off, own it, own the room she enters. This documentary captures her life journey, from her beginnings with fashion and retail, her husband, to where’s she’s been at the moment of the movie-making. It’s an endearing and such an inspiring documentary. It would be a perfect choice for a gal-pals low-key Friday.
3. Hachi: A Dog’s Tale – 2009
Drama, Family // 1 Hour 30 Minutes
I’m sure by know you’ve caught on my endless dogs’ love, so it shouldn’t be weird at all that this movie makes it to the list of suggestions or that it easily comes in my to 10 favorites. While it is a painfully sad movie (I think I cried at least from the middle to the end, if not more), it is an amazing story. The story of a professor who adopts an abandoned dog perfectly shows why a dog is a human’s best friend and how much it can positively change a person’s life.