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#1 May 14 2004 at 4:08 PM Rating: Decent
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Who thinks people taht eat pineapples on pizza should be shaved, sterilized, and destroyed?
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#2 May 14 2004 at 4:09 PM Rating: Good
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Kelvyquayo the Malevolent wrote:
Who thinks people taht eat pineapples on pizza should be shaved, sterilized, and destroyed?


Smiley: lol I dont know if I'd go that far.
#3 May 14 2004 at 4:16 PM Rating: Decent
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I second that move to destroy the Pineapple people. Give me meat lovers any day of the week.
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#4 May 14 2004 at 4:42 PM Rating: Decent
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Don't touch my Pineapples!!!!! I love my hawaiian pizza and my pepperoni and pineapple pizza. Green peppers and anchovies should be excluded from pizza's...
#5 May 14 2004 at 4:44 PM Rating: Excellent
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I thought pineapple was "whack" until recently. The pineapple flavor mixed with the saltiness of the pizza is actually rather enjoyable.
#6 May 14 2004 at 5:10 PM Rating: Decent
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Not me. Pineapple, ham and black olives make an awesome pizza.
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#7 May 14 2004 at 5:13 PM Rating: Decent
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Unless you're cooking your tomato and bazil cheese-free pizza in a coal fired oven in Napoli you have no reason to ***** about people putting pinaqples or chicken or philly cheese steaks or sushi and cheerios on thier pizza.
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#8 May 14 2004 at 5:15 PM Rating: Decent
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Man I hate you guys...I would kill for a pizza right now...even the Cheerios idea sounds good to me.
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#9 May 14 2004 at 5:15 PM Rating: Good
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Smasharoo wrote:
Unless you're cooking your tomato and bazil cheese-free pizza in a coal fired oven in Napoli you have no reason to ***** about people putting pinaqples or chicken or philly cheese steaks or sushi and cheerios on thier pizza.


Smiley: lolI was waiting for someone to bring up the fact that american "pizza" is not what pizza was originally.
#10 May 14 2004 at 5:17 PM Rating: Decent
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Man I hate you guys...I would kill for a pizza right now...even the Cheerios idea sounds good to me.

someone's got the munchies. :p

Edited, Fri May 14 18:16:56 2004 by ElvaanKrem
#11 May 14 2004 at 5:17 PM Rating: Excellent
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Do cheerios count as carbs?
#12 May 14 2004 at 5:20 PM Rating: Good
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ElvaanKrem wrote:
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Man I hate you guys...I would kill for a pizza right now...even the Cheerios idea sounds good to me.

someone's got the munchies. :p

Edited, Fri May 14 18:16:56 2004 by ElvaanKrem


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#13 May 14 2004 at 5:20 PM Rating: Decent
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The history of pizza, from its origins as a Greek food, to its reincarnation today as an international treat.
Pizza is a modern favorite all over the world. But how did this meal get its start? Who made it first?


The idea for pizza is older than Italy. The Greeks first came up with the idea of baking bread in round, flat shapes and adding things on top. A combination of olive oils and certain spices was a favorite. Potatoes and leaves were typical toppings, along with certain kinds of meat and even fruit. Its almost certain that Greeks would have used the tomato, except that it was not discovered at the time! True mozzarella cheese was at the time of the Greeks imported from India, which made it hard for anyone to get their hands on this cheese.

Pizza was first created by the baker Raffeale Esposito in Naples, Italy. According to legend, Esposito wanted to create a kind of bread that would stand apart from all other kinds sold in Naples. He first experimented with adding only cheese to bread, then added sauce underneath it and let the dough take the shape of a large round pie. His creation was immediately a favorite, and Esposito was called to make a pizza for the visit of King Umberto and Queen Margherita of Italy in 1889. He made a pizza of three colors-white cheese, red sauce and green basil spices, to mirror the Italian flag and show his loyalty to his country. It was a hit, and he named his creation the Margherita pizza after the queen.

In 1830, a pizzeria was established in Naples, making it possible for the rest of Italy to taste Espositos creation. Pizza spread into other Italian cities, while at the same time Neopolitan pizza came into the limelight. This pizza brought garlic into the mix, as well as natural tomatoes and the freshest Naples cheese, famed for its crumbly texture and unusually sharp taste. Dough was a simple affair, made only of yeast, flour, salt, and natural condensation. The process of cooking a pizza in a brick oven began at this time. While there were other variations-Bologna used a meat sauce on its pizza and certain areas of Venice added fresh vegetables and spices-the Neopolitan pizza became the hallmark of Italian food creation.

Pizza spread to America, England, France and Spain very rapidly after its Italian birth. It was little-known in these respective countries, however, until World War Two. After occupying Italian territory, many American and European soldiers tasted pizza and brought the memory to their homeland. In America, Italian immigrants had been selling pizza in their stores, and the first pizzeria had been opened by Gennuardo Lombardi in 1905. The American GIs popularized this feature of most Italian neighborhoods, drawing pizzerias out of Italian neighborhoods and into the hearts of every city in America. In fact, the square Sicilian pizza is an America invention! Real Sicilian pizza, made in Sicily, has no cheese and anchovies.

As with every international treat, pizza has its share of crazy facts and lore. February 9th is international Pizza Pie day. The Guinness Book of World Records has an entry for the largest pizza ever baked and eaten. According to the Book, this pizza made in Havana, Florida was 100 feet one inch across! This is nothing, though, when you consider that Americans eat over 100 acres of pizza per day, and an average of 23 pounds of pizza each per year. Pepperoni pizza is the average American ten-year-olds favorite food. Pizza is second only to hamburgers as Americas favorite food.


The best part of these facts is, pizza is actually a healthy food! It contains vitamin A in tomato sauce, protein and calcium in mozzarella cheese, and complex carbohydrates in dough and oil. Its also a crowd-pleaser. For vegetarians, it poses no threat of meat. For the lactose intolerant, tomato pizza is the way to go. For those that must avoid acidic tomato sauce, white pizza is a favorite, containing only crust, cheese, spices and oils. Pizza topped with vegetables is a great way to avoid tomato sauce and cheese together, and certain varieties of pizza contain only oils and spices.


Put quite simply, pizza can be made with anything from the most healthy ingredients to the most fattening, which is ironically similar to its Greek orgins. It is a meal with many forms, for almost every kind of audience. It is sold in pockets, breads, rolls, and as various snack foods. You can get pan pizza, stuffed pizza, thin crust pizza, thick crust pizza, and bagel pizza; to name a few. Several areas of the United States even make pizza of completely different ingredients, like ice cream pizza and pizza cake. It has come a long way since its origin in Italy, and can now be termed a world treat.
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#14 May 14 2004 at 5:39 PM Rating: Decent
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Those who eat Pineapple and Small fishies on the pizza should be set on fire then stamped on several times to put tout the fire...(dont take me seriously!)
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#15 May 14 2004 at 6:02 PM Rating: Good
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my friend eats pineapple on his pizza..i hate him for it lol

tape..u know alot about pizza..wow..ur deep man
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#16 May 14 2004 at 6:26 PM Rating: Good
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Do cheerios count as carbs?

Yes Cheerios count as carbs.

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Man I hate you guys...I would kill for a pizza right now...

Tape while I enjoy my pepperoni filled slice I will think of you. :)
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#17 May 14 2004 at 6:35 PM Rating: Decent
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I love not only Hawaiian pizza (ham and pineapple) but just pineapple. As well as meatlovers and green peppers and hamburg pizza. I've reciently tried the Philly Cheesestake pizza. While it's not anything authentic compared to a real Philly cheesesteak. It's mighty yummy. I personally hate anchovies, onions or mushrooms on pizza. Ick, But if you want it on your pizza more power to ya. Just keep it off My half of the pizza. By My half I mean the top half of course. Everything from the cardboard up.
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#18 May 14 2004 at 7:14 PM Rating: Decent
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I tried an anchovy...once. Not on a pizza though. It was delicately arranged atop my ceasar salad. In case you never read the ingredients lists, most better ceasar salad dressings list anchovies as an ingredient.

Anyway, I tried a tiny bit of the anchovy with a bite of salad. That is some powerfully fishy fish! Wow.

I've had good Margherita pizza. It's lovely and makes a nice change from greasy, meat topped pizza (which is also good).
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#19 May 14 2004 at 7:43 PM Rating: Decent
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the salt and sweet is always a good combo.

pineapple, canadian bacon/ham, peporoni is a great pizza.

about the only thing (for the most part that ive seen on a list) that i dont care for on pizza are anchovies(sp?)

had a spinich chicken whitesauce (no tomato base) the other day that was rather good too. almost a spinich artichokeheart taste to it. yes it has some artichokes in it.

but yes i prefer meat pizza, and i do like my hawian pizzas too. BBQ is also a great one along with taco/mexican.

refried beans, letuce, raw tomatos, beef, hot sauce, pepers... very good for a change of pace.
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#20 May 14 2004 at 8:00 PM Rating: Good
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My husband likes the BBQ with pineapple /yuck
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#21 May 14 2004 at 8:57 PM Rating: Decent
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The best pizza is made with ranch dressing instead of tomato sauce. For toppings you use chicken, onions and green peppers.

I just got back from working at a pizza place though, so this whole discussion is making me sick.
#22 May 14 2004 at 8:59 PM Rating: Excellent
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I think I tried it once but I was so darned hungry I can't remember if I even tasted it. Pizza in Hawaii is so friggin' expensive. 14.95 for a MEDIUM with two toppings. If I want a Veggie Lovers I pay 18!! #$(*&%
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#23 May 14 2004 at 9:41 PM Rating: Decent
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****, I just paid $15.83 for a two topping (sausage + bell pepper) large in TX.
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#24 May 14 2004 at 10:38 PM Rating: Excellent
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I just paid $41...

Got two larges with extra pepperoni
2 liter Sprite for daughter
2 liter Root Beer for son
20 oz Coke for me
side salad
cinnamon bread sticks
and driver tip

AAHHHHHIIIIIEEEE I am now broke!

...but **** it was good :)
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#25 May 15 2004 at 12:19 PM Rating: Decent
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Just ordered delivery:
1 10" meat feast
4 garlic bread
6 chicken wings and BBQ dip
1 2Ltr Pepsi Max

for 12.99<$17 ish.>

thats what i call a saturday night feast.
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