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21. Posted by Ahila (Inactive 1529 posts) 9y

The one I am having right now (pineapple, tomatoes, mushroom and pepper) :)

22. Posted by wouterrr (Travel Guru 3379 posts) 9y

Quoting Ahila

The one I am having right now (pineapple, tomatoes, mushroom and pepper) :)

Actually pizza is from Italy. I think the italians have the most perfect pizzas. buy your pizza at an Italian. Otherwise its crap. I ate pizza in India at domino's and pizza hut (its lame, I know, but its good to eat in an western styled restaurant one time). Its not even close to a pizza.

23. Posted by Gelli (Travel Guru 2457 posts) 9y

Kebab meat on the pizza is all too available in the Uk, where have you been looking? Its everywhere, just not usually available in the more reputable pizza establishments.


Interesting. I'd never seen it (or been aware that I'd seen it) or even heard of the idea before i came to Scandinavia, and neither had the other 2 Brits here. In fairness because i wasn't aware of it's existence, i didn't go out of my way to look for it in the UK so it probably was available in places. And beleive me, i've frequented enough dodgy back street kebab etc places in the UK in my time

Really Gelli, Kebab meat on pizza is just a bit wrong...

I dispute that entirely, But this is where definitions of Kebab come into play. I wouldn't be overly delighted to order a pizza with shavings from a leg of meat from a British Kebab van on it, I must admit. But done properly as they do here - it's in every pizzeria (lots of them) without exception, and you can even buy decent brand frozen ones in most supermarkets. It's probably Sweden's most popular pizza topping - it's great. [and huge - at my local place, a "family" pizza is well over a half metre in diameter, and costs about 8quid which includes salad and 3cans of drink]

Clarabell - Get your arse over here for a visit, and i'll introduce you to proper kebab pizza. [looks for licking lips emoticon at thought of Kebab pizza, and decides tonights dinner is a no-brainer choice]

24. Posted by Ahila (Inactive 1529 posts) 9y

Quoting wouterrr

Quoting Ahila

The one I am having right now (pineapple, tomatoes, mushroom and pepper) :)

Actually pizza is from Italy. I think the italians have the most perfect pizzas. buy your pizza at an Italian. Otherwise its crap. I ate pizza in India at domino's and pizza hut (its lame, I know, but its good to eat in an western styled restaurant one time). Its not even close to a pizza.

We don't have the luxury of italian pizzerias, except if you count the two italian restaurants at the Intercontinental and Hilton. ;) It is Pizza Hut and Domino's for the people living in Colombo and none for those living elsewhere in Sri Lanka. The choice of toppings are also quite limited: tandoori chicken, spicy chicken, seafood fiesta, spicy vegetarian are about all the choices you get here. Well, but it is okay, as it is most popular among teenagers here who don't mind eating the same thing over and over again and for others, who order pizza takeaway once in six months, it is okay as well...

25. Posted by tway (Travel Guru 7273 posts) 9y

The most popular pizza topping in Quebec is simply known as "all-dressed": tomato sauce, pepperoni, mushrooms, green pepper, and cheese. It's a staple. But when my sister and I went to Florida, we ordered a medium all-dressed and 2 Sprites and the bill came to over $40. Turns out we got two 2-litre bottles (we were expecting cans) and a pizza with EVERYTHING on it - meat sauce, ham, pineapple, peppers, olives, tomatoes, mushrooms, deli meats... you name it. We were more specific after that.

26. Posted by james (Travel Guru 4136 posts) 9y

I had one last night which was so-so. Too much pepperoni, not enough anchovy, and it could have done with another 5 minutes in the oven.

Speaking of ovens, does anyone have one of those "pizza ovens" at home? Not the proper one where you burn wood, the electric plug-in type. I saw one today at Big W and I was tempted to get it.

27. Posted by Clarabell (Travel Guru 1696 posts) 9y

Plug in Pizza oven? Unless you have a huge kitchen, it sounds like the sort of silly kitchen gadget that seems like a good idea at the time but soon ends up in the garage along with the sandwich toaster, rice cooker, George Foreman grill, smoothie maker, juicer, cappacino machine, ice cream maker and pasta machine.

28. Posted by james (Travel Guru 4136 posts) 9y

Nah, by all accounts they are supposed to be really good. Just like my hotdog maker

29. Posted by imwinnie (Budding Member 72 posts) 9y

PEPPERONI!!!!!
EXTRA CHEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEESEEEEEEEEEE!!!

30. Posted by Isadora (Travel Guru 13926 posts) 9y

Quoting Clarabell

Plug in Pizza oven? Unless you have a huge kitchen, it sounds like the sort of silly kitchen gadget that seems like a good idea at the time but soon ends up in the garage along with the sandwich toaster, rice cooker, George Foreman grill, smoothie maker, juicer, cappacino machine, ice cream maker and pasta machine.

I love my ice cream maker! You just keep the "bowl" part of it in the freezer and it has two other small parts for it that fit in a drawer. Homemade chocolate ice cream is the best. I also like my pasta machine, but it's a manual one and it's not a pasta cooker - just the hand crank cutter style. Again, homemade pasta tastes soooo much better than store-bought. Now a bread machine? Someone gave us one and we used it a few times. It was a pain in the ass and it found a home in the dumpster after our basement flooded and drowned it.

Okay - back to pizza. You can't have enough pepperoni on a pizza. If you can see the sauce underneath, you need to add more pepperoni.