This is a donair pizza with garlic butter spread on the dough. Does anyone know where the name came from? Bubba?
I put this question to another forum-like site and someone told me that it is just a donair pizza, and that donair pizzas have garlic butter on them. Does anyone know of a pizza shop that puts garlic butter on their donair pizzas?
Since posting this question I have done some research. I have scoured a lot of HRM pizza menus, and the Bubba does make several appearances. Most pizza places that have a bubba pizza also have a donair pizza. I even called 12 random places and asked them if they put garlic butter on their donair pizzas, and they all said no. Rush Hour pizza is one exception to that. Otherwise, if there is garlic butter - it's a bubba.
Someone told me that they knew a guy called "Bubba" in Port Hawkesbury who worked at A1 Pizza. This person believed that it could have been named after him, and that it originated as the "Bubba sub". Others, from Shelburne have also told me they associate this pizza with A1 Pizza... so I think I'm on to something!