It’s our most controversial episode yet. We ask the experts: is Hawaiian pizza an abomination, or the perfect combination of flavours? We start off at the Satellite Restaurant in Chatham, Ontario, where Sam Panopoulos claims to have invented this classic pizza topping combination. Then, host Pay Chen interviews Chicago-based chef Malika Ameen, author of cookbook “Sweet Sugar, Sultry Spice,” to discuss why sweet-and-salty really is the perfect pairing—even on pizza. Finally, we look at the statistics with Mario Conseco, president of Research Co., who recently studied Canadians and our preferences for controversial foods.