One of my officemates treated the rest of us with a Calzone from a local pizza house, Ryan’s Pizzarelli House. It was ordered through phone and was delivered in the office during the afternoon snack time. It was a Throwdown Calzone, which was stuffed with beef, bologna, salami, chorizo bilbao, mushroom, green bell pepper, red bell pepper, and onion. It was my first time to eat a calzone, though I already eat a lot of pizzas before. And I can say it was good and delicious. So yummy. You can feel the melted cheese when you bite. You can taste the ingredients.
Last year, I made a test – Eating cheese and dairy products. That was few months after my lap chole (Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy) operation. Even without gallbladder, I ate a home-made burger with cheese, butter and mayonnaise and to test how my system would react to dairy products. And the outcome of the test – upset stomach, gas was formed and grumbled inside my stomach. Although it was not a system overload, but it was a warning.
My wife prepared a home-made burger yesterday. I just thought it would be a plain burger. But not, it had cheese, butter and mayonnaise in it. I had a second thought of eating it because of the dairy products, which is part of the “to be avoided foods” in the food list that I have.
However, part of me wanted to eat, to test how my system would react with dairy products; cheese, butter and mayonnaise .
And so I ate.
I felt the cheese when I took my first bite. So, I opened the bun and saw an uneven slice of about 1/4″ x 2″ x 4″ cheese and the mayonnaise dripping on the side. Then I thought, “this must be good dairy test”.