6 thoughts on “Episode 107: Pizza Toppings

  1. Trushna

    Hi guys, I *loved* this episode! My favorite topping is one similar to the “80s avant-garde” one Molly’s mother tried – prosciutto and gorgonzola with figs and arugula tossed in balsamico.
    I know you couldn’t cover everything, but your description of a bacon & onion white pizza sounds very similar to the traditional “Elsasser Flammkuchen”, a white pizza made with creme fraiche, bacon and onion from the Alsace region.
    And of course, giggled uncontrollably at Molly “dripping with condensation” !! :)

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  2. riye

    This episode made me think of a German exchange student I met in high school. When asked what kind of pizza toppings she liked, she suggested shrimp and pineapple. We all thought she was kidding until she asked in a sad voice, “Nobody likes shrimp and pineapple?” I thought that sounded gross but not as bad as the squid and corn pizza we saw in Tokyo a few years back.

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  3. bubbles

    Hey folks — you did not mention my personal favorite pizza topping: Broccoli. Yes, broccoli. On pizza.
    I was first introduced to this via a California Pizza Kitchen menu item, so it’s not like it is completely unheard of. And if you think about it, broccoli goes well with both cheese and marinara sauce, so why not put some sauteed springs on top?? Goes well with most typical pizza toppings.

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  4. Bob

    What about potatoes on pizza?! You didn’t say whether you liked it or not! I must know! The suspense is kiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilling me!

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  5. Kathleen

    Ballard Pizza Company has a pretty awesome combo that I was reminded of during the pineapple discussion: pineapple, pepperoni, and jalapeno.

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