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40 minutes ago, Buckshot Bear said:

 

They're square pizza's......least that's what our grandkids think :)

Almost. Think ya’d need the tomato sauce to make it a pizza 

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7 hours ago, Tennessee Trapper Tom said:

Glad you like it. But for me it doesn’t overcome the acidic properties of tomatoes. Actually it has its own acidic value that sets my stomach off. Try having upside down cake for desert. Never understood people that want sweet on meat. Go figure. We all have our own tastes. Good on you, hey try adding anchovies to offset the pineapple lol

I do NOT want fish bait on a pizza 

CB 

7 hours ago, Tennessee Trapper Tom said:

Glad you like it. But for me it doesn’t overcome the acidic properties of tomatoes. Actually it has its own acidic value that sets my stomach off. Try having upside down cake for desert. Never understood people that want sweet on meat. Go figure. We all have our own tastes. Good on you, hey try adding anchovies to offset the pineapple lol

I do NOT want fish bait on a pizza 

CB 

7 hours ago, Tennessee Trapper Tom said:

Glad you like it. But for me it doesn’t overcome the acidic properties of tomatoes. Actually it has its own acidic value that sets my stomach off. Try having upside down cake for desert. Never understood people that want sweet on meat. Go figure. We all have our own tastes. Good on you, hey try adding anchovies to offset the pineapple lol

I do NOT want fish bait on a pizza 

CB 

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Some of you guys don't understand, I'm Italian! This is disgusting to us!!:P

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1 hour ago, Larsen E. Pettifogger, SASS #32933 said:

Getting thread drift.  This thread is about pizza.  Those are not pizza.

 

That brings up the question of how to define pizza.  

 

At it's most basic it can be flat bread topped with olive oil, salt, and herbs.  Next step would be adding olives and/or cheese.

 

Apicius, in the 1st century, described a dish of flat bread topped with chicken, cheese, garlic, oil, and herbs.  Is that pizza?

 

Tomato sauce didn't seem to be added until the late 1800s, although slices of tomato may have been added as a topping in the 1600s by Neopolitan peasants, to add to the lard, cheese, garlic, oil and herbs on their pizza.

 

So, it seems that pizza can be defined as a flat bread with a sauce as basic as oil and herbs and maybe cheese, garlic, or olives on up to the Chicago Deep Pan focaccia with quarts of savory tomato sauce, pounds of cheese, and pounds of meat.

 

The open face ham, cheese, and pineapple above seems to fit in that realm.  Bread, oil (butter), and topping.

 

 

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1 hour ago, Buckshot Bear said:

Loved bread toasted on one side and then buttered with a slice of ham, pineapple and cheese then under the grill as a kid (still do) and the grandchildren love them now!

 

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 ..... try adding a slice of tomato   :)

 

   ....... and then, to put a smile on their/your face(s) ..

.... peanut butter on the buttered toast under the rest    :):):wub:

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Just now, Wallaby Jack, SASS #44062 said:

 

 

 ..... try adding a slice of tomato   :)

 

   ....... and then, to put a smile on their/your face(s) ..

.... peanut butter on the buttered toast under the rest    :):):wub:

 

And vegimite

 

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5 minutes ago, Wallaby Jack, SASS #44062 said:

 

 

 ..... try adding a slice of tomato   :)

 

   ....... and then, to put a smile on their/your face(s) ..

.... peanut butter on the buttered toast under the rest    :):):wub:

Ya had me until the peanut butter, then SJ completely lost it with the vegemite  :P

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11 minutes ago, Wallaby Jack, SASS #44062 said:

 

 NO! .... this is the only thing that vegemite does not go well with.

It contrasts too sharply (violently) with the tomato.:(

 

I've mixed a little Vegemite with butter, sliced some sourdough and toasted it on one side, spread the other side with the compound butter, topped it with thinly sliced onion and tomato, then some grated cheese and popped it under the broiler.  Good stuff, Maynard.

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1 hour ago, Chickasaw Bill SASS #70001 said:

I do NOT want fish bait on a pizza 

CB 

I do NOT want fish bait on a pizza 

CB 

I do NOT want fish bait on a pizza 

CB 

 

So, what you're trying to say is...

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Anybody ever put a slice of pineapple on their burger?

 

One of my signature items off the grill is a 1/3 lb burger not too lean so it has good flavor.

Thin slice of grilled onion

Slice of Pepperjack cheese

Slice of grilled pineapple

Sweet Hawaiian bun, buttered then lightly toasted.

Slice of fresh tomato or iceberg lettuce if desired.

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7 minutes ago, Sedalia Dave said:

Anybody ever put a slice of pineapple on their burger?

 

 

 Many an Australian Hamburger Shop include in their menu a "works" burger.

  ... basically an amalgamation of all of their "optional toppings" ... usually includes bacon, egg, pineapple, and whatever else is in the fridge .....   :wub:

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4 hours ago, Wallaby Jack, SASS #44062 said:

 ..... deny yourselves all you want, .......... but I still order ham and pineapple pizza .... and LOVE it ...   :wub:

Uh no....and I hope you are forced to eat Vegamite on everything for the next two weeks!

13 minutes ago, Sedalia Dave said:

Anybody ever put a slice of pineapple on their burger?

 

One of my signature items off the grill is a 1/3 lb burger not too lean so it has good flavor.

Thin slice of grilled onion

Slice of Pepperjack cheese

Slice of grilled pineapple

Sweet Hawaiian bun, buttered then lightly toasted.

Slice of fresh tomato or iceberg lettuce if desired.

ANd I so enjoyed meeting you last week, and then you go and break my heart...

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16 minutes ago, Sedalia Dave said:

Anybody ever put a slice of pineapple on their burger?

 

One of my signature items off the grill is a 1/3 lb burger not too lean so it has good flavor.

Thin slice of grilled onion

Slice of Pepperjack cheese

Slice of grilled pineapple

Sweet Hawaiian bun, buttered then lightly toasted.

Slice of fresh tomato or iceberg lettuce if desired.

 

 

I've done it with a burger made with ground pork but not with beef.  
Bet it would be good with lamb.

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Just now, Subdeacon Joe said:

 

 

I've done it with a burger made with ground pork but not with beef.  
Bet it would be good with lamb.

 

 .... it's good on almost everything ......... much like vegemite  :)

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41 minutes ago, Wallaby Jack, SASS #44062 said:

 

 .... it's good on almost everything ......... much like vegemite  :)

Nope. Sorry pard, stuff won’t make it through the front door :P

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53 minutes ago, Wallaby Jack, SASS #44062 said:

 

 Many an Australian Hamburger Shop include in their menu a "works" burger.

  ... basically an amalgamation of all of their "optional toppings" ... usually includes bacon, egg, pineapple, and whatever else is in the fridge .....   :wub:

Just no vegemite please ;)

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2 hours ago, Wallaby Jack, SASS #44062 said:

 

 Many an Australian Hamburger Shop include in their menu a "works" burger.

  ... basically an amalgamation of all of their "optional toppings" ... usually includes bacon, egg, pineapple, and whatever else is in the fridge .....   :wub:

 

Don't forget beetroot! A burger ain't a burger without it!

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2 hours ago, Wallaby Jack, SASS #44062 said:

 

 Many an Australian Hamburger Shop include in their menu a "works" burger.

  ... basically an amalgamation of all of their "optional toppings" ... usually includes bacon, egg, pineapple, and whatever else is in the fridge .....   :wub:

we’ll it is already accepted fact that Aussies are just not human.

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9 hours ago, Wallaby Jack, SASS #44062 said:

 

 

  ...... anchovies have NO place on any pizza ........ in the whole universe !!!!   -_-

It’s not uncommon in Italy!!

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On 9/29/2021 at 9:55 AM, Perro Del Diablo said:

So you don't have to share is real reason 

I thought that was what anchovies were for!

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Just now, Wallaby Jack, SASS #44062 said:

 

 

 ..... beetroot is the spawn of the devil ......   

 

 

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When I looked up what it was I was led to believe it was more popular than Vegemite.

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