Eat pizza, THEN drink wine.
Photo courtesy of C. Bennett.
Found in Chiba, Japan.
It’s time to take out the trush!
No, thing under pizza be tray.
Everything’s fine with pizza and wine.
Hamberders and covfefe, though – you’re screwed!
Fun abash….the appropriate way to deride the longnoses.
Funny they should be serving coq au vin in a pizzeria…
A somewhat yeasty surprise
A bird tray and thrush pizza?
The secret to making wine in Japan has been passed down from father to son for centuries as part or their oral tradition.
DnT @4.18 am:
Well, the best way would be to put some fluconazole in the wine !
@ Running Comment 0501: Oh, that trush! The fungus you catch from drinking Irish wine.
The thrush is in the wine, now let it marinate for at least 3 hours before using it as a pizza topping.
@DnT | 4:20: and the tray should be placed on a Cona stand.
The Bushes is in the wine.
Of COURSE Pizza does not betray!
It usually gets gobbled up long before it has time to even think about it!
BTW…I have friends who live in Funabashi (In Chiba Prefecture…a Tokyo suburban bedroom community). Next time I go to Japan and visit them, I’ve now just GOT to go find this place and sample the local!
Uhh…except for the trush, maybe…
(Maybe this is how drunkards say “trash” or “trust” after too much beer?)
In Vino Veritas, In Cervesio Felicitas
:We now have a new motto:
In vino veritas, in pizza fidelium.
When I have drunk enush wine, you always get the trush out of me.
Because I am pished.
You think I am under the affluence of interhol, don’t you Oschifer?
13 Unusual Japanese Pizza Toppings
Shirasu. Shirasu are baby sardines or anchovies, and a popular ingredient in Japanese cuisine. …Yummm! I love anchovies.
Tsukudani Kombu Seaweed. …
Pickled Fish Fillets. …
Sakura Ebi. …
Mentaiko (Cod Roe) …
Miso Paste. Did I mention bland?
They also make a Squid Ink Pizza, which, to state the bleedin obvious is black. Don’t blame me! ! I didn’t invent it.
One should not make fun a bashi. In a fit of rage he may chiba your prefecture.
But when the TUSH is in the wine, that’s when the party really starts!
@Marum 1147: I always thought there was something fishy about the idea of Japanese Pizza.
Dunno about that Black Pizza. Isn’t he the guy who goes around with St Nick in the Netherlands?
@Marum1313: Hehe! You reminded me of that Clouseau-ism, ” a rit of fealous jage”.
Mate, you haven’t even scratched the surface.
First off, most Japanese like corn kernels on their pizza.
During my time living in Japan I personally witnessed even weirder toppings such as eggs, mayonnaise, and curry sauce.
@Pete 1254. I don’t know about the Japanese being odd, mate. Here in Oz. the Pizza Hut franchise, now has a sweet (desert?) pizza. F.I.I.K. I have never tried it. At least they have it, here in Brissie.
Chunder….Marum.(Die seekranke Katze)
@Pete 0106. Thanks for that addy. I see that it has nought to do with Kona Coffee. But that’s OK. I used to make square pizzas with four conas too. (I only had a suitable, square tray)
I used to make a bread dough, let it proof, and then knock it back once, and then put on all my own toppings. Mustapha bin alright – the kids loved them.
Strange to relate, I never used Mozzarella, or even Parmesan cheese. I found Dutch Gouda was great. (I guess it made a da Gouda Pizza) Cheddar was great too, it browned beautifully.
Yeah they serve dessert pizzas & ice cream pizzas here in the States too.
I too, have never tried them. Both my parents were from NYC and to me, the idea of a dessert pizza is sacrilege.
IN PIZZA WE TRUSH
I think they meant rabbish.
Leave the pizza. Take the wine.