The process of getting this sandwich ended up being something of a misadventure. For starters, you never can quite tell how long a sandwich will take at Ike's, and in this case, it was less time than it was going to take me to walk there. JoJoJoJo and I set out with the intention that we would take our sandwiches to Dolores and enjoy a picnic there, but it started drizzling as we approached Ike's. So we picked up our sandwiches, turned around, and walked back to my apartment, where these pictures were finally taken. By that time, the sandwich was a soggy mess, and not as hot as its probably meant to be served. I had the bright idea of borrowing my roommate's digital camera, hoping to get better pics than on my phone camera, but the resulting pictures were as indistinct and messy as the sandwich itself. Oh well. The concept behind the sandwich was not bad- ham, pineapple, marinara sauce and provolone cheese. "Like an hawaiian pizza! I love hawaiian pizza!" I thought as I ordered. Well, it turned out to be not quite the same as an hawaiian pizza, because the balance of ingredients was so much different. It seemed to me that there was an awful lot of ham in the sandwich, and although I do love ham, the taste of the meat was more predominant than I had anticipated. Still, though, I suspect that this sandwich would have been much better if I had been able to eat it sooner, while it was still hot and not as mushy. I'd try another one, but frankly there's enough interesting sounding sandwiches on Ike's menu that you'd never have to eat the same sandwich twice.