L’Opretta: It’s Official, Singapore now serves Vera Pizza Napoletana!
Singapore’s first VPN Pizza Margharita (Photo taken at Pizzeria L’Opretta) I don’t usually make announcements on this blog but this piece of news is something I have been waiting for over two years. It’s official, Singapore now serves Vera Pizza Napoletana (VPN), ie the True Napoletana style pizza certified by the Associazione Verace Pizza Napoletana, […]
Report and photos by JoaoWhite Margherita pizza with traditional Neapolitan crust. Look how fat the cornicione is! I’ll make no secret of the fact that my first visit toSole Pomodorochanged the way I perceived pizza crusts. Up to that point I had only ever eaten just-palatable pizza crusts, and was of the misguided opinion that […]
Peperoni Pizzaria: Great place for a family Pizza and Sunday breakfast!
The XXL 21″ Pizza $50 nett There was only one place for pizzas when I was growing up and that was Pizza Hut. Back in those days, I remember they used to have a super big family sized pizza that could feed our whole family of three hungry boys. I even remember that they came […]
Egg, guanciale, bitter greens and gabna cauda pizza $24 What is your reaction when you first saw the photo of this pizza? Frankly, I have never seen a pizza with a crust this size before. It’s so big, you can almost hear an echo when you crunch into it. Most Singaporeans love thin crust pizza […]
L’Operetta: Singapore’s first Vera Pizza Napoletana
A VPN pizza is supposed to be cooked between 60 to 90 seconds! When I first wrote about the Vera Pizza Napoletana (VPN) certification back in 2009, I never thought I would see a VPN certified pizza in Singapore so soon. But as you can see from the video, it looks like Singapore will get […]
Sole Pomodoro Pizzeria: Now this is what I call Pizza!
Buffalo Margharita Pizza $24 You might not know it, but aside from hawker food, I am particularly obsessed with pizzas. The obsession all started when I read about the Vera Pizza Napoletana which is an association set up to preserve the original pizza created in Naples. There are of course many styles of Pizzas even […]
ieat loves Pizza: Experimental Video shot with the Canon EOS 7D
Since we have HD Video recording technology in our Canon cameras (I used a EOS 5D MkII and Melvyn a EOD 7D), we were toying with the idea of going beyond standard photos to see how we can make a blog post even more droolworthy. So here is a HD video we did on one […]
AdvertorialPizza Hut’s New Soft Shell Crabbiatta Pasta $12.90 There was a time when Pizza Hut was really Pizza “Hut”. I don’t know how many of you would remember this, but in the good old days, there was one particular Pizza Hut restaurant in Jurong that was in a standalone building with its own parking lot […]
Photos by ijeff What a way to spend a lazy Saturday afternoon! 50 ieaters enjoying a slow leisurely Italian tasting menu at Cacio e Pepe in the middle of nowhereland! Many thanks to Chef Peter and his team who prepared a six course menu for us and even squeezed in a 7th surprise dessert at […]
Photos by ijeff – many thanks! Remember I was telling you about the 1 minute pizza dough? Well, our kakis managed to get to try it out at the Mayer Live Kitchen at Orchard Central last Saturday. Once you learn how to make your own pizza base, the sky is really the limit on what […]
Ravioli with Truffle Sauce $22 (not on menu) However, I heard over the grapevine that the chef helming the restaurant was the one who had left Buono recently. Buono had already built up quite a reputation for Italian food around the Serangoon Gardens area and so I thought it was worth checking out. The final […]
CuisinArt MP14N Food Processor: Pizza Dough in 5 minutes!
Advertorial Earlier this year I started to make my own Italian style pizza. I thought it would be interesting to have a pizza party where I provided the base and everyone else could bring their own toppings and design their own pizza. This would be something a little different from the usual pot-luck and BBQs. […]