Random Inspiration #5

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Very Much Wanted New Tech // Sony’s Portable Projector

To be quite honest, I don’t really blab much about Sony’s product line, but their new innovative project announcement is a not-to-miss moment.

This tiny little projector is definitely pretty much everything. From its minimal design and user interface to its unbelievable portability and functionality serves someone a very rewarding office or entertainment company. Watch the video to see what I mean. 

It is said that the projector will be initially available in Japan on February 13th, then it’ll be available to US on summer starting at $798. 

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BBQ Chick'un Pizza // Vegan Cooking

Photography by Mc Jefferson Agloro

Photography by Mc Jefferson Agloro

Recipe from Hot For Food blog.

** makes enough for 1 x 13"-15" pizza ** 

ingredients:

1/4 C shelled unsalted pistachios

1/2 tsp sea salt

1/2 tsp garlic powder

2 C veggie chik'un strips (we used 2 pkgs of Yves brand) don't hesitate to use real chicken if you're aren't vegan.

1 tbsp vegetable oil (for frying chik'un)

1/4 C bbq sauce (or you can use half bbq and half hot sauce)

1 C daiya mozzarella style shreds

1/2 C thinly sliced red onion

2 C arugula

To make the vegan ranch follow our recipe here

Heat a pan over medium heat with vegetable oil and break up or finely chop chik'un strips even more so with your hands or a knife. Brown the strips for 4-5 minutes, then add bbq sauce and cook another minute until well coated.

Grind up pistachios in a coffee grinder until a fine powder is formed. Pour out the pistachio dust into a small bowl and stir in sea salt (if the pistachios are unsalted) and garlic powder. 

Dust the pistachio crumbs all over the crust. Make your own from our recipe here or you can find pre-risen pizza dough in the deli section of most grocery stores. 

Add mozzarella shreds, red onion, and bbq chik'un strips.

Then bake the pizza in an oven pre-heated to 450 F. Add arugula during last minute of baking to slightly wilt it.

Thin out the vegan ranch with a little bit extra almond milk or water and drizzle it on top of the pizza before serving.

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Rose Gold // 10.31.15

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Work Mode // 4:59

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