Cross over cooking

Discussion in 'Cookery' started by Fang_Farrier, Dec 5, 2009.

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  1. Fang_Farrier

    Fang_Farrier LE Reviewer Book Reviewer

    Just had an interesting haggis pizza.

    Anybody else had any of these strange culinary cross over foods?
     
  2. What's a boring Haggis pizza like then?
     
  3. Not deep fried.
     
  4. I mis-read this thread title as "Gross over cooking"




    Looks like I was right
     
  5. Gyros or doner meat pizza, eaten with tzatziki sauce. It's amazing, try it.
     
  6. Pot noodle and a w@nk cannot get more measured than that espically if you spaff in your pot noodle!
     
  7. Tip a can of hot baked beans into a cold kebab, sounds horrible tastes great.
     
  8. msr

    msr LE

    Why did that make you cross?

    msr
     
  9. Fang_Farrier

    Fang_Farrier LE Reviewer Book Reviewer

    Realise after a good think having a crap, the correct term is fusion cooking.
     
  10. I think the term "fusion cooking" can be used even if one hasn't just had a crap.

    I had some haggis spring rolls in Edinburgh a couple of years ago.

    I seem to remember some years ago a pal of mine from what was then Royal Ordnance having a jumbalaya pizza in San Diego.

    Fusion cooking with pizza strikes me as cheating, because you just take your baked gazelle/sushi/rijstaffel and spread on the pizza as a topping.

    All the best,

    John.
     
  11. How is it cheating? It's what fusion cooking is all about. I could quite easily say 'you just take your baked gazelle/sushi/rijstaffel and stick it in the spring roll as a filling'.
     
  12. I made a curry pizza for my daughter a couple of months back (she couldn't decide if she wanted a curry or pizza for her birthday dinner). It was actually pretty good, but I think I'll put some more spice in the pizza dough next time.
     
  13. Conversely, Naans make excellent pizza bases for the discerning amateur gourmet in a hurry.