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Discussion in 'SHH Community Forum' started by Sawyer, Nov 14, 2014.
Tomato is a fruit.
Christopher Walken said so.
Well that is a lie. A big fat lie.
I was in NYC last week, and every pizza venue I went too, or happened to look in had ham and pineapple pizza; either on the menu, or ready to buy by the slice.
lol ok let me be more specific in the Bronx where I live u rarely see the item sure you'll see in manhattan to please the confused
I feel the need to bump this thread, because people in my local area are becoming obsessed with a topping that could be worse than pineapple on a pizza.
Pickled pineapple. Now that is an idea.
Pineapples and jalapenos are good together on pizza too.
I had pineapple as one of my toppings last night.
I saw an image of a pizza with kiwi fruits the other day. Even I would hesitate with that one.
Pineapple and ham pizza it's an acquired taste, it's not for everyone.
More for me, I say
I love pickles but the idea of that on pizza is gross.
Are you in the Midwest? Sounds like something my Ohio cousins would go for.
are the pickles cooked though? or put on after?
I'd be open to trying pickles on a pizza before casting judgement. It may be a situational thing, like anchovies. Though I can't see pickles surviving the pizza oven without becoming something else other than what we like pickles for.
And again today. Lockdown food isn’t too healthy this week.
It has to be on the right kind of pizza and the right kind of mood. Like I had it once with a very, very Mediterranean style pizza, with black olives, roasted garlic, red onions and goat cheese. A little adventurous, but I liked it.
My parents love anchovies on pizza... but just with tomato sauce (salt/pepper/garlic). Very plain, very simple.
A friend of mine and I decided to make home made pizza a few weeks back. Not with the store bought pizza bases but with proper pizza dough they use in restaurants. Anyway, I was looking up pizza recipes and found there were a bunch of different pizza styles I didn't know existed. So we did traditional style and one we found called Chicago style which was a deep dish pizza where the tomato sauce sits on top. I gotta say, the deep dish one I thought was better. We had 4 layers of different cheeses, mushrooms, spinach and capsicum on each pizza, but for whatever reason the Chicago one seemed to taste better. We topped that one with parmesan cheese so maybe that was the difference.
Really? Just finding out pizzas come in a handful of varieties now?
I weep for the future.
he's an aussie if i recall. maybe they don't have those over there
People have been able to get tacos literally everywhere for 30 plus years. Hamburgers ubiquitous. I would find an Aussie unfamiliar with those foods odd too.
Pizzas off all shapes and sizes are all over. This isn't some specific brand of food only made in one country.
Its indeed weird to find square/ Sicilian, Chicago/derp dish etc. as revelations to anyone over the age of 18.
What I fail to understand it why people would HATE olives on pizza.
i don't like olives on anything
Pizza here comes in three styles - Dominos, Pizza Hut and Italian Restaurant.
My favorite style of pizza.