• Pizza

    From Erich B.@1:103/705 to All on Fri Mar 25 15:10:40 2022
    What are your favourite toppings on your pizza?

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  • From August Abolins@2:460/256 to Erich B. on Sat Mar 26 01:11:38 2022
    Hi Erich...

    What are your favourite toppings on your pizza?
    $ The Millionaire $

    Something edible.

    Ciao!
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  • From Mike Powell@1:2320/105 to ERICH B. on Sat Mar 26 10:36:00 2022
    What are your favourite toppings on your pizza?

    Italian sausage, bacon, green peppers, onion, banana peppers, black olives.


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  • From August Abolins@2:460/256 to Mike Powell on Sat Mar 26 18:06:16 2022
    Hi Mike...

    What are your favourite toppings on your pizza?
    Italian sausage, bacon, green peppers, onion, banana peppers, black olives.
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    Banana? Never heard of that one!

    Ciao!
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  • From Joe Phigan@1:305/3 to Erich B. on Sat Mar 26 11:21:05 2022
    What are your favourite toppings on your pizza?

    Pineapple and anchovies.

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  • From Shaun Buzza@1:229/110 to Joe Phigan on Sat Mar 26 14:43:14 2022
    What are your favourite toppings on your pizza?

    Pineapple and anchovies.

    You just broke the internet with that answer... (^_^)

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  • From Rob Swindell@1:103/705 to August Abolins on Sat Mar 26 12:19:21 2022
    Re: Pizza
    By: August Abolins to Mike Powell on Sat Mar 26 2022 06:06 pm

    Hi Mike...

    What are your favourite toppings on your pizza?
    Italian sausage, bacon, green peppers, onion, banana peppers, black olives.
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    Banana? Never heard of that one!

    Banana peppers. No relation to the banana.
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  • From Erich B.@1:103/705 to Erich B. on Sat Mar 26 12:28:27 2022
    What are your favourite toppings on your pizza?

    $ The Millionaire $


    Mine are:

    Pepperoni, Mushrooms, Black Olives, Green Peppers, Onions, Ham, Salami, Italian Sausage.

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  • From Erich B.@1:103/705 to August Abolins on Sat Mar 26 12:30:06 2022
    Hi Mike...

    Banana? Never heard of that one!

    Ciao!
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    Me either. :-P

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  • From August Abolins@1:153/757.21 to Rob Swindell on Sat Mar 26 21:48:00 2022
    Hello Rob!

    ** On Saturday 26.03.22 - 12:19, you wrote:

    Italian sausage, bacon, green peppers, onion, banana peppers, black
    olives.

    Banana? Never heard of that one!

    Banana peppers. No relation to the banana.

    Hahah! Noted. I see the problem.. your message wrapped at
    "banana" and continued on the next line as "peppers" on my
    Telegram screen, so it looked like banana was its own
    ingredient.

    But come to think of it.. why couldn't a banana topping work if
    pineapple seems viable? Both contribute a kinda of sweetness
    to the package. :D I heard that Elvis Presley had a penchant
    for peanutbutter and banana sandwiches. Isn't the pizza dough
    a kind of bread?

    BTW, in other matters, why doesn't your system quote using the
    initials? I see a lot of SBBS-originating messages look like
    that.


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  • From Kurt Weiske@1:218/700 to Joe Phigan on Sun Mar 27 08:05:00 2022
    Joe Phigan wrote to Erich B. <=-

    What are your favourite toppings on your pizza?

    Pineapple and anchovies.

    My local pizza joint has a PPP pizza - pinapple, pesto and pepperoni.
    Had an order mixed up and got one of them, and it was surprisingly good...


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  • From Mike Powell@1:2320/105 to ROB SWINDELL on Sun Mar 27 10:45:00 2022
    What are your favourite toppings on your pizza?
    Italian sausage, bacon, green peppers, onion, banana peppers, black olives.
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    Banana? Never heard of that one!

    Banana peppers. No relation to the banana.

    For some reason, I did not receive August's original response.

    Yes, the pepper. I first got introduced to those at a hole-in-the-wall bar/pizza place. I thought I would try them and really liked them. It is difficult to find a place locally that will put them on a pizza. Often, I
    put them on leftovers when I warm them up, or on frozen pizzas after they
    are half-cooked. Yum-yum!

    Mike


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  • From Mike Powell@1:2320/105 to ERICH B. on Sun Mar 27 10:45:00 2022
    Mine are:
    Pepperoni, Mushrooms, Black Olives, Green Peppers, Onions, Ham, Salami, Italia
    Sausage.

    All good choices!

    Mike


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  • From Mike Powell@1:2320/105 to ERICH B. on Sun Mar 27 10:47:00 2022
    Banana? Never heard of that one!

    Me either. :-P

    As Rob pointed out, it is a pepper. No relation to the fruit. You can
    find them in jars at the grocery, usually with the olives and pickles.

    Mike


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  • From August Abolins@1:153/757.21 to Mike Powell on Sun Mar 27 12:48:00 2022
    Hello Mike!

    ** On Sunday 27.03.22 - 10:45, Mike Powell wrote to ROB SWINDELL:

    What are your favourite toppings on your pizza?
    Italian sausage, bacon, green peppers, onion, banana peppers, black
    olives.
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    Banana? Never heard of that one!

    Banana peppers. No relation to the banana.

    For some reason, I did not receive August's original response.

    I replied only to Rob's comment about the banana.
    I never wrote a direct reply to your original.
    Is that what you mean?


    ...I put them on leftovers when I warm them up, or on
    frozen pizzas after they are half-cooked. Yum-yum!

    I never thought of adding anything new or fresh on a left-over
    pizza. But meanwhile, about 15 years later, I have not had ANY
    pizza.
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  • From August Abolins@1:153/757.21 to Mike Powell on Sun Mar 27 13:13:00 2022
    Hello Mike Powell!

    ** On Sunday 27.03.22 - 10:47, Mike Powell wrote to ERICH B.:

    Banana? Never heard of that one!

    Me either. :-P

    As Rob pointed out, it is a pepper. No relation to the
    fruit. You can find them in jars at the grocery, usually
    with the olives and pickles.

    Botanically speaking, a banana pepper is a fruit too.
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  • From Mike Powell@1:2320/105 to AUGUST ABOLINS on Sun Mar 27 17:32:00 2022
    For some reason, I did not receive August's original response.

    I replied only to Rob's comment about the banana.
    I never wrote a direct reply to your original.
    Is that what you mean?

    Yes, the first response I saw from you was where Rob quoted you. :)

    ...I put them on leftovers when I warm them up, or on
    frozen pizzas after they are half-cooked. Yum-yum!

    I never thought of adding anything new or fresh on a left-over
    pizza. But meanwhile, about 15 years later, I have not had ANY
    pizza.

    I only think of it because it is so difficult to order it that way here.
    So, if I want the peppers, I have to add them. :D

    Mike


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  • From Mike Powell@1:2320/105 to AUGUST ABOLINS on Sun Mar 27 17:33:00 2022
    As Rob pointed out, it is a pepper. No relation to the
    fruit. You can find them in jars at the grocery, usually
    with the olives and pickles.

    Botanically speaking, a banana pepper is a fruit too.

    Really?!? I knew that tomatoes are, but not peppers.

    People can point that out, but it still does not make me think that
    pineapple belongs on a pizza. :)

    Mike

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  • From Joe Phigan@1:305/3 to Kurt Weiske on Sun Apr 24 10:47:15 2022
    Pineapple and anchovies.
    My local pizza joint has a PPP pizza - pinapple, pesto and pepperoni.
    Had an order mixed up and got one of them, and it was surprisingly
    good...

    Sweet and salty, baby.

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  • From Kurt Weiske@1:218/700 to Joe Phigan on Mon Apr 25 06:52:00 2022
    Joe Phigan wrote to Kurt Weiske <=-

    My local pizza joint has a PPP pizza - pinapple, pesto and pepperoni.
    Had an order mixed up and got one of them, and it was surprisingly
    good...

    Sweet and salty, baby.

    I had a nicoise salad this weekend with a sweet vinaigrette dressing, seared ahi tuna, avocado, egg, and anchovy. The combination of the anchovy with the tangy dressing took me by surprise. Never had one like it before.


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  • From Joe Phigan@1:305/3 to Kurt Weiske on Wed Apr 27 19:46:19 2022
    I had a nicoise salad this weekend with a sweet vinaigrette dressing, seared ahi tuna, avocado, egg, and anchovy. The combination of the
    anchovy with the tangy dressing took me by surprise. Never had one like

    That sounds amazing. It wasn't at a chain restaurant, was it?

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  • From Kurt Weiske@1:218/700 to Joe Phigan on Thu Apr 28 06:47:00 2022
    Joe Phigan wrote to Kurt Weiske <=-

    I had a nicoise salad this weekend with a sweet vinaigrette dressing, seared ahi tuna, avocado, egg, and anchovy. The combination of the
    anchovy with the tangy dressing took me by surprise. Never had one like

    That sounds amazing. It wasn't at a chain restaurant, was it?

    The Left Bank. There are a couple of them in the San Francisco bay area,
    don't know about elsewhere.


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