Burning Question #14: The Pineapple Dilemma


It is time for #14 of 50 Burning Questions. Happy Saturday. Now get ready for an emotional roller coaster.

Today I submit one of the most divisive burning questions in the history of the universe.

Traditional Italian vs Hawaiian. No this has nothing to do with soccer or volcanos. It has everything to do with PIZZA. 



Burning Question #14: Should Pineapple Be Allowed On Pizza?



I hope I haven’t caused any riots. Please, listen to Israel sing. It will make you feel happy, even a world where a simple pizza topping can tear families and friendships apart.

In the meantime please feel free to leave comments. Let me know what your favorite pizza toppings are, where you favorite pizza joint is, or anything else you need to say.


I’ll see you next Saturday for Burning Question #15.

Oh, and by the way you can get your pineapple coconut and Thai tea ice cream at Gunther’s in Sacramento, CA. They make their own ice cream. Loads of flavors. Gunther’s has been there since 1940 – they know what they’re doing. To make it even better Gunther’s is fairly close to the Old Sacramento City Cemetery AND the Sacramento Zoo so you can make a day of it. 

~ Juliette aka Vampire Maman


    1. People put pineapple in casseroles? What I really don’t understand is the obsession upon some groups with Pineapple Upside Down Cake, a vile baked item that was popular in the 1960’s that is now starting to gain popularity again.

  1. Had you asked this question a year and a half ago, I would have been one of the really strange ones who’d have answered they don’t like pizza. But after 35 or so pizza free years, I picked it up again last year and….. good holy god, NO! Why would anyone put pineapple on a pizza? Or dead fish? Or nothing but veggies? What is wrong with people?

    Holy crap, I had managed to forget that abomination of a song existed. Words can’t describe how much I hated that song, and that it was getting played on real radio stations. That is my punishment for giving other people bad cases of unwanted earworm…

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