A day before Snowpocalypse 2010 hit, everyone seemed to be shopping for groceries. The pandemonium hit; checkout lines extended to the produce aisle and parking lots queues extended beyond a few blocks. People bought many things; however everyone seemed to buying bread, milk, eggs, and of course, toilet paper. I was amused but refused to partake in this hysteria. Maybe I was too lazy to stay in the line for half an hour for a gallon of milk. Some of my family and friends seemed concerned that I would not have enough food. Really, who doesn’t have at least a week worth of groceries in their pantry and refrigerator? If you raid your freezer, you will see old frozen bags or find something such as can of tuna or soup in your pantry.
While raiding my pantry, I found a remaining bag of atta, Indian whole wheat flour. Ma used to make parathas, a type of flatbread for my sister with it when she visited a few months back. Next to it, I found a jar of pasta sauce. I knew that I had cheese in my fridge. Luckily, I had a pouch of instant dry yeast in the pantry. This obviously lead to – pizza.
Atta, active dry yeast, pinch of sugar and salt. Mix.
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