Pizza and Iced Tea


Normally we like to cook and eat our own food.  In other words, we seldom go out to eat, except on very rare occasions.  We worry about consuming food prepared with unhealthy ingredients.  Transgenic food is one of them.  Too many horror stories are out there about the danger in eating this kind of food.

But that’s a story for another day.  Last Sunday, my wife was tired and bored of cooking.  So, we decided to order our lunch by hyone.  We selected a medium-sized pizza and iced tea from Pizza Hut.  The name of the pizza was Super Suprema and had a price of $15.50.  The small plastic bottle of iced tea had a price tag of $1.85.  Meal was delivered by a young man from Colombia driving a Japanese motorcycle.  His South American accent was very strong.  Prompt and courteous service is what we experienced that noon.  We were very satisfied with everything.

Here are the visuals of our modest meal that lazy Sunday afternoon.  Here we go.

Photo by ©Omar Upegui R.
Photo by ©Omar Upegui R.
Photo by ©Omar Upegui R.

“Champagne wishes and caviar dreams”, said Robin Douglas Leach and he was right.  Good Day.

4 thoughts on “Pizza and Iced Tea”

  1. Hi Barbara:

    We don’t have agricultural aptitudes to grow our own veggies. Plus we don’t have available space to do so. I wish we could.

    The last picture looks to me like an impressionist painting—certainly not a piece of pizza. 🙂

    Have a beautiful Sunday.

    Regards,

    Omar.-

  2. I love pizza — it’s one of those things I think is better when someone else cooks it. There’s a pizza place in Houston that turns out fabulous pies — they make their own sauce, and use all natural ingredients. My favorite? A whole wheat deep dish, with sausage, mushrooms, black olives, onions, and bell pepper. And lots of cheese! I fear you may have set on the path toward a pizza!

  3. Hi Linda,

    Many of our friends are pizza lover. We enjoy a pizza now and then, but can’t say I’ll go out on a rainy day to buy a pizza.

    Your description of a pizzas would induce anywone to go ahead and enjoy a piece. Yep, lot of cheese. I can understand that urge.

    Bon appétit!

    Omar.-

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