A Haggis Pizza?
Replies: 77 - Last Post: Oct 31, 2013 1:33 PM Last Post By: jedgerandclyde
May 5, 2013 4:16 AM
I had to google for Minuteman. I can't remember I had any more pizza in Bolivia than the one I mentioned in my previous post. But, I could think the pizza at Minuteman could be good, considering the circumstances. Afterall in Uyuni you're surrounded by desert.
Thanks sashac. That was a memorable evening, a travel experience with real people involved, something that stays with you for years.
May 5, 2013 4:23 AM
At first I thought that it would be a weird combination, with kielbasa and sauerkrauf on pizza. But then, I realised that at every pizzeria in Sweden you get cabbage salad, called " pizzasalad ", on the side. Even if you buy pizza from take away place, you get a small plastic container with pizza salad to go with the pizza. The combination of tastes is good.
May 14, 2013 12:10 AM
May 14, 2013 12:36 AM
33Myanmarbound, Paisanos is our favourite. Not for the ready made pizzas (they just reheat slices of these) - we always get a freshly made 16 inch margherita with more sauce and less cheese (very important!) on a thin base to share. It's excellent and not too expensive at HK$140. My parents tried a couple of the pasta dishes there and they were good as well.
The relatively recently opened branch in TST is better than the Wan Chai one, the Wan Chai branch tends to always have a thicker base and there aren't as many seats there.
We have only ever briefly passed through Macau (on the way to HK). We might have to make a longer stop there one day!
May 14, 2013 11:21 PM
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May 18, 2013 5:50 PM
37"Pizza Hawaiana"; ie, pizza with pineapple and ham, or more commonly, hot dog segments (¡Gúacala!), is among the most popular styles in Mexico. I'm guessing that pepperoni is the most popular.
Oh; and putting ketchup on pizza is very popular. Probably mayo is second and Maggi seasoning or Worcester Sauce third. Maybe all three.
Mexican pizzas tend to not have much tomato sauce.
May 23, 2013 5:32 PM
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May 24, 2013 12:40 AM
41do you remember the name of the pizzeria?
We rented an apartment in Trastavere and there was this little takeaway joint down the road that dished up ready to go pasta, pizza along with various breads and cheese. Cold beer. It doesn't get any better than that after dealing with the faithful, wide-eyed multitudes at the Vatican. They also did squashed broccoli and potato rounds on the pizzas as well
did the sprouts have their traditional effect? Did you, fart in a jar?
Oh yes indeed. Well not exactly in said jar this time round. The very next day in fact as we were taking in Michelangelo's etchings on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. I let a couple of sneaky silent ones rip in the middle of a very large throng of believers and you wouldn't want to know, it reduced some of them to tears. They were visibly moved.
May 24, 2013 12:46 AM
Oct 28, 2013 12:52 PM
43I really have to stop improvising pizza, which is a dish that I don't really care for in the first place. I still have half of the pizza that I made (and it is not huge) yet I am wondering if I should dump it or if there is any chance that hunger will make me return to it tomorrow.
And yet it is just ground beef, tomato sauce, grated cheese, basil, onion and various spices -- nothing weird. I just don't like pizza, dammit!
The bottle of wine that I opened to go with it tastes just fine in comparison.
Oct 29, 2013 12:14 AM
44Do they call them brussels sprouts in Brussels?
Don't get me started on Hawaiian style! We have a small part time business - a wood-fired pizza oven on the back of trailer - and take it to events such as markets and agricultural shows.
Get 50 kms or more off the coast here, and Hawaiian is about all they eat. Unfortunately it's what our customers demand, so we have to make it.
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