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Old 2nd December 2011, 11:12 AM   #101
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I think people that don't like pineapple on pizza are weirdos!
And mayo,on a pizza? The thought makes me nauseous!

I wasn't impressed with California Pizza Kitchen.
What would Okonomiyaki be without Cupie Mayo?

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Old 2nd December 2011, 12:46 PM   #102
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^ Thanks, like I really needed to spend the last hour watching "Cooking with Dog"....... Oh look, more videos.

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Old 3rd December 2011, 02:08 PM   #103
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Mayo is fine on a poor quality pizza, sacrilege on a propper stone baked one.

Pineapple is a must on a "cheap" pizza for me. 90% of the pizza I can get delivered is by Asian owned take aways, so no actual prosciutto or real ham for that matter-"turkey ham" is the option! So I will normally get:

Thin crust
Tomato and chilli base
Salami
Pineapple
Jalepeno
Onion

If in a propper establishment I'll get a stone baked margarita / prosciutto e funghi / calzone - though places with proper wood burning stoves are hard to find here. When in Italy the best pizza I ate was at a communist social event and cost next to nothing-also they had pizza with pineapple on it there, I think it was still called the Hawaian!
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Old 11th January 2012, 08:26 PM   #104
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I wasn't impressed with California Pizza Kitchen.
my first time was memorable.

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Mayo is fine on a poor quality pizza, sacrilege on a propper stone baked one.

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Old 12th January 2012, 10:34 AM   #105
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lol-if I ever microwaved pizza I might give that a try! Surely you could just use oil-I should imagine that's what is aiding the crisping. And just how did you find that out???? Must be people like you invented all the weird stuff-bread, beer etc-I mean who thought of mixing fungus, flour and water and then watched it expand and thought "if I cook that it will taste amazing!"
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Old 12th January 2012, 10:38 AM   #106
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Mayo? It's just wrong. Brrrrrrr!

You might like pineapple on a crust with other stuff, but it's not pizza. CPK is almost the definition of bland industrial food.
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Old 14th January 2012, 05:28 AM   #107
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Artichoke hearts on pizza--tasty stuff!

I was in Southern Italy and told the chef to "throw everything on it" and they did... I'm not sure what everything was--but it's food!

Don't go to Asian countries and tell them to "throw everything on it", bamboo shoots and soybeans are OK--not a big fan of corn though.

Had a Greek pizza when I was drinking Uzo with a friend on vacation, it reminded me of an accident with a pizza and a gyro--the lamb/beef with Greek spices and Feta cheese really gives it some bite! You have to add the Feta about 2 minutes before the pizza is done, Feta does not melt well but the other cheeses will hold it in place.

I'll eat almost anything on pizza--but mayo? I'm a mustard kind of guy so my view of mayo is along the lines of the movie "Undercover Brother"
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Old 14th January 2012, 08:55 AM   #108
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carciofo (artichoke) I've never liked, but each to their own Personally I see pizza as a food for all, put what you like on it.

The other night we had thin tomato base, proscuito, salami milano, feta stuffed cherry pepper, jalepenos(my half only), mozzarela, mushrooms, extra mature cheddar, oregano
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Old 15th January 2012, 08:07 AM   #109
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Nothing like tandoori chicken, mango chutney and yogurt on a pizza. It may be blasphemy, but it is delicious :-)
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Old 15th January 2012, 10:29 AM   #110
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It may be delicious, but it's not a pizza.

My favorite concert spot sells panini made with naan and folded around fillings which combine Indian and Central Texas flavors. Ever creative, they have the decency to refrain from calling them panini, but use the term "panaani."
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