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von Corax
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« Reply #75 on: June 28, 2016, 07:25:52 am »

I don't think there's a unique recipe for Hawaiian pizza. After all,  what is Canadian Bacon doing on a Hawaiian inspired topping?  Grin Do note only Americans  know Canadian bacon as such.  Same as American "Swiss" cheese, it is in reality a variation on Emmentaler.
In fact, "Canadian bacon" is different from Canadian  back bacon, and is relatively difficult to find, The American version is pork loin smoked, minced and pressed into a sausage, while the Canadian version is whole pork loin, brine-cured and rolled in cornmeal. (Yum.)
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« Reply #76 on: June 28, 2016, 10:06:31 am »


That's a bad picture and turned but okay.


That looks like a slice of tomato topping a cupcake!  Is it, or is that some similar looking fruit?

No... that's a tomato.
Those are savoury cakes with cheddar and pineapple.


That reminds me of our so-called "Hawaiian Pizza." The Hawaiian pizza is basically topped with ham, Emmentaler ("Swiss") or Gruyere cheese and pineapple.

I've only ever known Hawaiian Pizza as pineapple and canadian bacon on a normal pizza. Never heard of it with Emmentaler or Gruyere

I don't think there's a unique recipe for Hawaiian pizza. After all,  what is Canadian Bacon doing on a Hawaiian inspired topping?  Grin Do note only Americans  know Canadian bacon as such.  Same as American "Swiss" cheese, it is in reality a variation on Emmentaler.

Hawaiian pizza over here is pineapple, ham and idk what cheesem probably gouda.
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