Oh slick, you have to be kidding, right? It is my understanding the H. pizza was brought from H. after the second world war. It was common in america then, but did not perculate down here until the late 60s. Clearly you know how to make pizza, so that is not a discussion. I find it best to make them when the pineapples, fresh and luscious come down from the Pacific Islands in season. But I think they are made mostly from tinned pineapple Here. (NZ) The americans changed a lot of things here, not the least being truly good omlettes. Not the classic anaemic things we had been producing. All very Cordon Bleu, but chaps want more. More flavour, more texture and more satisfaction. And I agree.
Most of them went home, missing limbs, faces, appendanges in general. But some married and stayed, some took their brides with them. Our men were in Africa, then moved to Italy, Monte Casino and all that. Spain, and France and other places. All horrible. Shane says I should forget, but I never will. Every soldier is my son.