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What? You got a problem with genuine pig product?


In London in 1993, I passed by a pizzeria that had tuna and pineapple pizza. I had to try it.

Better than you'd expect, but still ...


Lance, Lance, you're killing me here, dude! First you slander the noble beet, then you savage by proxy the delight that is pineapple on pizza.

(But forget pairing it with ham. Sausage and mushroom with pineapple is a much better combination.)

Phil Philiben

Amen Brother!


Pineapple on pizza is something one might try, and either like or despise. No one that I've ever observed loves it.

For my tastes, I'd rather have Pizza Hut's chocolate dessert pizza, but I have had one or two slices of pineappled pizza (I spend a lot of time eating pizza in tropical locales) that were not repulsive.


My mantra, recited whenever polled for a pizza order:

"No fish. No fruit."

Whatever else, those are the elements of a not-pizza.


I'm convinced with no evidence that the initial pineapple and pizza combination was a result of a foul conspiracy cooked up by Dole, Del Monte, and Wolfgang Puck.


tomato is a fruit so if you say no fruit then no tomato -_-

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