And if you remember where you were, tell us. It might be regional, eh?
1987, senior year of high school. Senior trip to Paris with friends. Got off the train and was starving. Saw a place that said "American Style Pizza." We ordered it without even looking at the toppings. They brought it out and it had two raw eggs on it. I don't know what part of America they got that recipe. We still ate it.
^^^ And then they laughed at you I'm sure.
In Sorrento Italy my little brother ordered a seafood pizza and it came with clams...in the shell.
In London I was served cheese pizza with corn and peas on it.
In Nurnberg, across from the old stadium they had a pizza stand with a California Pizza. It was covered in hot chilis. Very..hot..chilis.
I don't get the corn hating. What's wrong with corn on pizza? I guess I used to think it odd, but now I honestly can't remember why.
I can deal with most things on pizza, but have come across seafood pizzas with tuna and thousand island dressing that were a bit weird (Korean pizza place in China).
Worst I've seen was peanut butter... urk.
I'll happily take Conan's pizza any day after run-ins with the "gourmet" shops.
pepperoni... i never understood why people like that crap.
didn't china invent the pizza? i wonder what they put on it?
M&Ms he was being a ass
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A blue & gold macaw. Of course the landing was a little messy, and she really shouldn't have the cheese.
"It hurts so good..."
I like tuna and hot chillies on mine. Can't stand large capsicum (red, yellow, green peppers) though.
I had a fruit pizza once - it was more like a fruit tart with cheesy pastry than a pizza with fruit and cheese.
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Paella has a pretty wide open definition. Pizza - not so much.
The pizza I enjoyed the least was a Chicago style deep dish I was served a Pizzeria Due (around the corner from the original Pizzeria Uno. It was like eating tomato stew. Yuck!
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My fav pizza backhome is sardines, anchovies and artichokes....
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