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User avatar #173 - justtoobasic (06/28/2012) [-]
that moment when pizza is considered to be American.
User avatar #236 to #173 - Relinies (06/28/2012) [-]
The idea here was that the food was more fattening than the pizza avaliable in our own country. Not that the pizza was originally or ever an american made dish.
User avatar #424 to #236 - justtoobasic (06/29/2012) [-]
i know, i just wanted to be complicated to the situation. i was bored.
User avatar #190 to #173 - guymandude (06/28/2012) [-]
I hate to say that the **** that comes out of places like dominos and pizzahut isn't even pizza anymore. It's just more americanized fastfood garbage. So I'd say that the crap that comes out of those places can be considered American. In the few areas of the country that has real pizza, everyone there knows who to thanks for that (New York, Connecticut, mostly N. East areas)
User avatar #219 to #190 - haveagoodone (06/28/2012) [-]

so when you make chinese food, and it's cooked in a different way it's american?
User avatar #241 to #219 - guymandude (06/28/2012) [-]
not what I am saying. check #195
#193 to #190 - fergusonnos (06/28/2012) [-]
You do know it's originally italian right?
User avatar #199 to #193 - justtoobasic (06/28/2012) [-]
you do know that pizza is actually middle eastern and greek and the italians discovered it in their journeys to find new land and it was originally considered to be only for the poor....right?
#201 to #199 - fergusonnos (06/28/2012) [-]
No we don't know that for sure.
What is sure is that Italy can be given the credit for spreading it over the world.
User avatar #205 to #201 - justtoobasic (06/28/2012) [-]
no it is sure haha it's in written history
#212 to #205 - fergusonnos (06/28/2012) [-]
Modern pizza originated in Italy as the Neapolitan pie with tomato. In 1889, cheese was added.

Putting stuff on bread was done all over the world, we are talking about real pizza.
User avatar #218 to #212 - justtoobasic (06/28/2012) [-]
oh, i was talking about the main origin. not the origin of what we know to be pizza today.
#208 to #205 - fergusonnos (06/28/2012) [-]

I think you need to check your history then.
#196 to #193 - anon (06/28/2012) [-]
you do know that american pizza and italian pizza are about as similar as football and football, right?
#198 to #196 - fergusonnos (06/28/2012) [-]
Yeah we we have those "pizzahuts" too here in Belgium. They cost twice as much as a real italian pizzeria and the food sucks, go figure.
User avatar #195 to #193 - guymandude (06/28/2012) [-]
That's what I was trying to say with the last sentence; the whole "we know who to thank for that" part. I meant Italy
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