Robin Garr wrote:I'm with Karen on this one. I don't see the point to it, and I haven't seen the point to it since I first encountered the "Hawaiian Delight" pie at the Brass Rail pizzeria in Boise, Idaho, around 1969.
I'm confident that it would change the minds of you naysayers--just like it changed mine.
Jim Cassidy wrote:But I'm as likely to try pizza with pineapple as you are to try pizza with teaspoon-sized dollops of mayonnaise all over it.
My statement presumes one likes pineapple.
Jim Cassidy wrote:Jenise said:
I eat more pineapple than you do mayo; my objection is based on an entirely irrational belief that anything not found on 1960's NYC area traditional Italian pizzeria menu should not be called pizza. There was no pineapple.
Jeff Grossman/NYC wrote:The Indian fellows at one of my jobs were very fond of pineapple-jalapeno pizza. Sweet and spicy. (I ate something else.)
Jeff Grossman/NYC wrote:But, but, but... Pepe's white clam!?!?
Hoke wrote:And all my lines stop before pineapple.
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