Sunday, June 11, 2017

He Should Have Been Convicted Of A Crime Against Humanity

The man who invented the controversial Hawaiian pizza has died aged 83 leaving a fruity and divisive legacy. 

Sam Panopoulos, a Greek migrant, was the man who in 1962 while running a restaurant in Canada with his brothers had the vision to put pineapple on pizza.

Unfortunately like many visionaries, his reach exceeded his grasp and Sam created an unholy fusion of fruit, ham and cheese that’s divided gourmets across the world for over half a century.

The Hawaiian pizza was brought to life through one of these wretched experiments. Apparently the brothers used to serve Chinese food, as well as pizza, and were inspired by sweet and sour flavours to mix sweet and savoury in a hellish and dare I say heretical fusion.

Once the pizza had risen, Frankenstein’s monster style, from the oven Mr Panopoulos named it The Hawaiian after the brand of pineapple they’d used.

He looks like a nice guy but remember, Hitler liked dogs and kids.


Debra She Who Seeks said...

You're a bitter, bitter man.

Cal's Canadian Cave of Coolness said...

YOu have no idea. The Well of My Bitterness is deep indeed.