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Breakfast Pizza 
This morning I made breakfast -- an epic breakfast. Two large breakfast pizzas - they're probably the most complicated thing I've ever made (but that doesn't really say much). The recipe is dead simple... The Base 3/4 Cup of Warm Water 2 Tablespoons of Olive Oil 7-8g Sachet of Yeast 2 Teaspoon of Salt 1 Teaspoon of Caster Sugar 2 Cups of Plain Flour Gently mix dry ingredients in a large bowl. Add the oil & water slowly while folding & mixing. (I found it easiest to use my hands) Knead and roll the dough until the ingredients are completely combined. Place it back in the mixing bowl, cover with cling film and let it rise in a warm place for about 30mins. After the dough has risen, punch it, knead it and work it out into a disc. If you're clever (unlike me) you can then do the spinny hand thing and make it big, but I couldn't figure it out so I punched it out flat, then pulled at the edges and repeated until I got the base nice and thin -- should fill a large baking tray. Don't be afraid to make it nice and thin, they really puff-up in the oven! Toppings Put whatever you want on it! I cooked some thinly sliced bacon to put on it, along with spring onions, prosciutto and some mozzarella. Then I cracked a few eggs on top. Put the base on a well greased oven tray, put all the ingredients on the top (cheese is best to go on first) and then bake for around 12-18mins at ~180°C. The base is no different than that of a regular pizza base, so add some tomato paste and skin the eggs and you've got a dinner pizza.Bacon and Lesbo Demands Finally Met
So on Friday night I met a really wonderful group of people on a couch in the middle of the Center Camp's Cafe. By dawn we had taken to demanding bacon from anyone who could hear us. We were notified that a party somewhere nearby was serving unlimited bacon. We went there immediately. The Space Cowboys unimog soundsystem was playing house music and a giant BBQ was cooking ridiculous amounts of bacon (not directly on the grill, but within aluminum trays). Girls were walking around with trays of freshly cooked bacon for anyone to take. I didn't think it was possible, but we had our fill of bacon. That is, we ate so much that we didn't want any more. I know now that it's possible. At one point I saw two girls on E making out. I swear that the girl on top was trying to grind the bottom one into the ground. I saw the guy on the right ask the girls if he could watch them and they said yes. Rather astounded, I felt that my new friends, The Great Quentini, Kerri, and Nikyta, had to pose behind this spectacle.
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