Tuna Pizza, the Spice of Social Media

Avi Woolf

3rd class Elder of Zion. Wilderness conservative/traditionalist. Buckley Club alum. Chief editor of @conpathways.

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11 Responses

  1. fillyjonk says:

    I don’t care for tuna, personally, but I can actually see how someone who liked tuna, and liked tuna melts, would find it a good pizza topping. So I guess I fall into the “do whatever floats your boat, as long as I’m not forced to participate” category on this.

    I like pineapple and ham on pizza. There, I said it. Fresh pineapple is slightly better than canned for this but if you use canned crushed is better than chunks. And I like “white pizza.” And I like bbq chicken pizza. I also like the old traditional style Pizza Margherita.Report

  2. dragonfrog says:

    Tuna pizza might be a work of the devil, but if so it’s a work of temptation to draw is into the sin of gluttony.

    I’ve only once had tuna steak at a steak house, but that was a revelation – rare steaks, so tender, so tuna!Report

  3. Aaron David says:

    This sounds kinda good. I am not one known for being a food experimenter, I find most of that just silly. But, I live with a food obsessive, and every once in awhile I like to throw her for a loop.

    Also, pepperoni and pineapple is a wonderful combination.Report

  4. atomickristin says:

    Great piece!!! I don’t get the hating on other people’s likes and dislikes in the food department, makes no sense to me. If I ever have the opportunity I’ll give tuna pizza a whirl!Report

  5. Jaybird says:

    Pizza is an open-faced sandwich. Therefore tuna pizza is an open-faced tuna sandwich.

    (Alternatively: tuna pizza is racist appropriation.)Report

  6. Road Scholar says:

    The Flying J truckstop chain will occasionally offer up something experimental in the Pizza dept (don’t sneer, it’s made fresh in the store). One if their latest that I absolutely love is a ham and chicken with Alfredo sauce. So tuna? I may ir may not end up liking it but I’d give it a shot.Report

  7. DensityDuck says:

    I think the issue for me is the tomato sauce, which I can’t imagine pairing well with tuna. If you made the pizza with alfredo/pesto sauce I think tuna would work just fine — like you say, it’s just a tuna melt with italian bread at that point.

    Although salmon would work better, I think; maybe tilapia or similar whitefish if you wanted to go cheaper.Report

  8. George Turner says:

    I keep urging people to put Swedish fish on pizza, but so far I’ve not managed to convince anyone.Report