A trip down the memory lane of pizzas past had me wondering whether or not you guys would be as into smoked fish as a topping as I was. Way, or no way? Seems like it's a go in our collective pizza books.
Of the 345 total votes, a combined 50% of you were in full favor of putting smoked fish on pizza, and only 19% were firmly against. If you didn't read the comments, they were definitely worth a look—not only were some delicious pies described, but TXCraig1 (regular contributor to My Pie Monday) posted a photo of one of his creations: mascarpone, thinly sliced red onion, smoked salmon, arugula, blood orange EVOO, and a pinch of sea salt. Yes, please!
In my review of Rosco's, I mentioned how they serve their root beer (and beer beer) in ice-cold pint glasses. Barboncino, another favorite of mine, makes excellent cocktails. Situations like these are often exceptional, where something is executed so well that overrides our habitual drink choices.
Usually, there tend to be more basic beverages we return to again and again to pair with our slices. To really dig in, I'm going to pose a series of poll questions, dealing with each "genre" of accompanying drink—soda, wine, and beer (sorry milk, juice, and etc., this just isn't for you).
First up—soda. When you order a pie, what kind of soda is your go-to?
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