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    Quote Originally Posted by louiswinthorpe111 View Post
    Where in Iowa is tuna common on pizza?

    Now, I do love a good hawaiian pizza.
    I live in Iowa, I'm not from Iowa.
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    Quote Originally Posted by funky_chicken View Post
    Pizza tonno e cipolla (tuna and onion) is a very traditional pizza in Italy. I remember I had a discussion once with an American couple that never heard of it before, they thought it's something weird the restaurant created. I didn't know it's not a thing in the US. Where I live, you'll find pizza tonno in every pizza restaurant or delivery. I always find it interesting what flavours make it to other countries, and what flavours don't.
    That would be fine, I think...I'm referring to dumping canned tuna on a pizza. The menu I was looking at was for Domino's or some other American-style chain so I guessed/assumed it was the canned variety and that still sounds super unappetizing to me. But fresh tuna and onion on a pizza with the right sauce could be amazing because I do love anchovies so I don't think it's that strange.
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    Nope, it's canned tuna, still delicious
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    ^liar!
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    Believe me. It's really delicious. You'll have to try it, I think it sounds a lot weirder than it actually is. Here's a link with a picture. https://www.tasteatlas.com/tonno-e-cipolla
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    Believe me. It's really delicious. You'll have to try it, I think it sounds a lot weirder than it actually is. Here's a link with a description. https://www.tasteatlas.com/tonno-e-cipolla


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    ^^ I love spaghetti with tuna, olives and tomatoes, I would absolutely eat that pizza.

    Thumbs up to pineapple on pizza cause pineapple and cheese = tasty. Kiwi and cheese, not so much. I also love Hawaiian Toast, minus the ham and cherry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by funky_chicken View Post
    Believe me. It's really delicious. You'll have to try it, I think it sounds a lot weirder than it actually is. Here's a link with a description. https://www.tasteatlas.com/tonno-e-cipolla

    agree. It’s delicious and pretty common in Italy. But they tend to use canned tuna in oil, not water. Which makes a difference.
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    ^^ Tuna in water is gross.
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    It has its uses but I agree, tuna in oil is better.
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    ^^ I always use the olive oil kind, it just tastes better. Used to use the water packed to save calories, but that was years ago.
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