So apparently in Shawinigan they butter their pizzas? There’s enough grease on there, methinks.
It would make more sense if it was a garlic-butter spread. But not straight-out butter. or a dip, which is common here, usually a Cesar Salad dressing type dip.
when i say ‘here’ i mean southern Ontario.
I read somewhere that this is a Quebec City thing? It’s weird as heck though!!!
IIRC, Papa John’s includes (included? I haven’t eaten one of their pizzas since finding out what an @$$hole Schnatter is) little cups of a (just barely) garlic-flavored dipping sauce with theirs so that you could, theoretically, dip the crust. Ours usually went into the garbage unopened.
Madness. I’m not saying I have robbed a Papa John’s delivery driver of all those garlic-flavored, not-butter sauces, but the thought has crossed my mind.
Wish I’d known about your…um…preference, I could/would have sent you all of that wasted “sauce”.
meanwhile I’m here using a whole stick of butter for fried potatos- yet find putting butter on pizza is disgusting… XD
Meanwhile in America, some people think that dipping a pizza in ranch dressing is delicious. Can’t figure out why they’d think that.
In their defense, butter is pretty awesome.
Also, we had an Italian exchange student who put French fries on pizza. It was terrible. In revenge, we introduced her to pineapple pizza. After that we were even.
I want to think it was an inside joke that ended up turning real
there are a lot if dipping sauces for the crust and bread sticks were i live in the USA
You don’t eat the crusts?! Weirdo!!
“Butter your crust”
Sounds like some weird innuendo.
Papa Johns (At least in America) delivers pizza with garlic butter sauce cups, Dominos Pizza butters their crust unless you order something other than “Hand Tossed”, Pizzahut does the same.
The difference here is if you order a thin-crust pizza from Papa Johns the will substitute a Garlic Butter cup with a Garlic Salt Seasoning pack.
So do you want a heart attack or a stroke to go with your pizza?
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