Finally, after a month of job searching, I finally got a job! I didn't apply for this one but it was unexpected and I love my new job!
Anyway, I got invited for Yellow Cab's Grand Opening at SM City Baguio yesterday. I tagged along my co-bloggers Jen and Peter, and, of course, my partner-in-crime slash number one fan slash "photographer" boyfriend, Gian.
It was nice meeting Yellow Cab's big bosses and other Baguio Bloggers as well during the event.
First, we had our "Pizza Making Activity". We put on the hairnet and Yellow Cab's apron and we're ready to go! We washed our hands and then put on our gloves.
The dough was already made and the pizza sauce was also spread. Everything was measured and all we have to do is to top our pizza which, at first, I thought was easy but it was really tricky. If you're looking for Yellow Cab's secret recipe. Well, there's really none.
Top it first with 2 kinds of cheese, 70 grams first, and then 10 grams on the other cheese. Next comes the ham and pepperonis, and then the onions, green pepper, red pepper, mushrooms, and black olives. Then the meat. I tell you this, there is no one kind of meat on the New York's Finest pizza, but there are 3 kinds: beef, bacon, and Italian sausage. The last topping, was the cheese (again).
And there it is I'm done. It is time to put my pizza in the oven. Oh well, instead of placing it carefully in the oven, I dropped it. I was afraid that I might get burnt. The oven was freaking hot. And so some of my toppings on the side fell off.
My pizza is coming out!
Tadaaahhh!!! And here's my very own Yellow Cab New York's Finest pizza!
Yellow Cab made me realize that there's more to pizza making and it was not easy. I thought I just had to top everything on the dough but it was not. It requires skills and a lot of patience.
Thanks to SM City Baguio Yellow Cab's Manager Sir Christian for patiently teaching us how to make our own New York's Finest pizza.
On that same day, Me and Jen went to watch Yellow Cab's Man vs. Pizza challenge. We stayed for the first batch of challengers.
Me and Jen, after the Yellow Cab event.