When someone suggested pineapples, Ramsay was annoyed enough to temporarily ignore his phone call and say, “You don’t put f****** pineapple on pizza.” He went back to his pizza order and specified that he didn’t want pineapples at all.
Also know, do chefs like pineapple on pizza?
Chef Emily, of EMILY and Emmy Squared, is also a believer in giving the people what they want. According to Emily, “People who live in hard absolutes with pizza have no fun in their lives” and everything, even pineapple, “is an acceptable pizza topping as long as it is balanced and not overpowering.”
Subsequently, who eats the most pineapple on pizza?
Albertans are the biggest fans of pineapple pizza, with 90 per cent of those polled saying they’d eat it, followed by those in British Columbia at 83 per cent, Saskatchewan and Manitoba tied at 71 per cent, Ontario at 76 per cent, Atlantic Canada at 72 per cent and Quebec at 55 per cent.
Does pineapple on pizza taste good?
When asked why they love pineapple on pizza, most would say, “because it tastes good.” It’s just that simple. But, more specifically, they like the balance of sweet and salty. When the sweetness of pineapple combines with the saltiness of the ham, cheese, and tomato sauce, it’s a match made in heaven.
The man who invented Hawaiian pizza, setting off one of the biggest debates in food, died on Thursday at the age of 83. Sam Panopoulos, who was born in Greece and moved to Canada when he was 20, decided to try out pineapple on pizza in 1962 to attract customers to one of his Ontario-based restaurants.
In Italy, the concept of putting pineapple on a pizza is unheard of. Try ordering a Hawaiian pizza and you’ll be greeted with a look of sheer horror by a flabbergasted waiter. Take care when ordering a pepperoni pizza too. You may end up with capsicum peppers (peperoni) instead of salami.
That’s right, just when you thought people were finished with tropical fruits better suited for boat drinks than pizza, here comes along a new, super-controversial pizza topping — kiwi (via My Recipes).
However, despite the fact that 11 percent of people love the yellow fruit on their pie, it remains hotly debated. Tasting Table reports that in 2017, the president of Iceland at the time allegedly told high schoolers he wanted to ban the use of pineapple on pizza.
Pineapple is the only known source in nature of the enzyme Bromelain. Bromelain actually digest proteins… so when you eat pineapple. It’s essentially eating you back! But don’t worry, once you swallow the pineapple the acids in your stomach destroy the enzymes.