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I recommend watching Korean girls try American bbq


I'd do this if I didn't grow up in America.


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paul25454 wrote:


Magical-Soul wrote:


paul25454 wrote:

I recommend watching Korean girls try American bbq


I'd do this if I didn't grow up in America.




Why don't you try korean pizza?

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Magical-Soul wrote:

Why don't you try korean pizza?



No I don't want to. I saw pictures of them. Makes me want to slap the person who came up with that idea.
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Chicken and ranch on pizza.. that is how the civilized gentlemen like their pizza.
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...I saw "Korean Pizza" on one of those travelling eats shows. The guy could not even swallow it.
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Hawaiian Pizza was supposedly first created in Ontario, Canada in 1962 by Greek-Canadian Sam Panopoulos. So it isn't exactly 'recent'.


Ugh, Hawaiian pizza.

If we ever invent time travel he'll be #2 on the list after stopping Hitler. ;p

#3 will be whomever it was that invented "breakfast tacos".

Then I guess #4 can be Mussolini or something.
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Chicken and ranch on pizza.. that is how the civilized gentlemen like their pizza.


Ranch on Pizza is Blasphemy!
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Funny how pizza is so different all around the world. Well, not that that i've been all around the world ^^; But pizza here in Australia looks nothing like the pizzas shown in this video from both Korea and America.
Except the New York one. Most pizza bars here have New York or American on the list and it is pretty much just tomato sauce, chesse and pepperoni.
The Chicago and Detroit i've not seen pizzas like that. Some places do do rectangular shaped pizzas and deep dish but yeah. They almost looked more like lasanga or something. Well, with crust on the bottom and sauce on the very top.
I think there are some places here that may do unusual style pizzas and sweet pizzas a bit like the Korea one.

The most common pizza toppings down here would probably be "Supreme"/"The lot" (tomato sauce, cheese, ham, salami, mushrooms, capsicum, onion, pineapple, olives and sometimes anchovies), "Hawaiian" (sounds like you guys already know what that is), "BBQ chicken" (BBQ sauce, cheese, chicken, pineapple) , "Meat lovers" (tomato or BBQ sauce, cheese, ham, chicken, bacon, pepparoni, etc).

Personally i love Supreme but with NO pineapple and with anchovies but iam not a massive fan of olives either.
You also always get "Italian" , "seafood", "Londoner", "Mexican" etc on most menus.

Places always have both traditional pizzas and the more fancy and expensive gourmet pizzas. So some will do rather unsual ones or desert ones.

I hate pineapple on pizza but alot of people seem to love it. I have never heard of anyone eating pickels with pizza.

Funnily enough "Australian" pizza is usually just ham and cheese lol. Not sure if anyone actually orders that one though?
Sometimes the places have egg on Aussie or London style pizzas here.


American pizza has the reputation here of either being just cheese or just pepperoni and cheese. And not for having common ingredients like mushroom , capsicum, olives, etc that we have on pizza here.


So i was educated a bit. I enjoyed the video. Those girls were pretty and cute. LOL at the "that's what she said" joke and reaction :D
Strange shaped glasses that they were drinking their beer from.

I wouldn't mid some pizza now.


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Funny how pizza is so different all around the world. Well, not that that i've been all around the world ^^; But pizza here in Australia looks nothing like the pizzas shown in this video from both Korea and America.
Except the New York one. Most pizza bars here have New York or American on the list and it is pretty much just tomato sauce, chesse and pepperoni.
The Chicago and Detroit i've not seen pizzas like that. Some places do do rectangular shaped pizzas and deep dish but yeah. They almost looked more like lasanga or something. Well, with crust on the bottom and sauce on the very top.
I think there are some places here that may do unusual style pizzas and sweet pizzas a bit like the Korea one.

The most common pizza toppings down here would probably be "Supreme"/"The lot" (tomato sauce, cheese, ham, salami, mushrooms, capsicum, onion, pineapple, olives and sometimes anchovies), "Hawaiian" (sounds like you guys already know what that is), "BBQ chicken" (BBQ sauce, cheese, chicken, pineapple) , "Meat lovers" (tomato or BBQ sauce, cheese, ham, chicken, bacon, pepparoni, etc).

Personally i love Supreme but with NO pineapple and with anchovies but iam not a massive fan of olives either.
You also always get "Italian" , "seafood", "Londoner", "Mexican" etc on most menus.

Places always have both traditional pizzas and the more fancy and expensive gourmet pizzas. So some will do rather unsual ones or desert ones.

I hate pineapple on pizza but alot of people seem to love it. I have never heard of anyone eating pickels with pizza.

Funnily enough "Australian" pizza is usually just ham and cheese lol. Not sure if anyone actually orders that one though?
Sometimes the places have egg on Aussie or London style pizzas here.


American pizza has the reputation here of either being just cheese or just pepperoni and cheese. And not for having common ingredients like mushroom , capsicum, olives, etc that we have on pizza here.


So i was educated a bit. I enjoyed the video. Those girls were pretty and cute. LOL at the "that's what she said" joke and reaction :D
Strange shaped glasses that they were drinking their beer from.

I wouldn't mid some pizza now.




If you ever get a chance to try good deep dish pizza, eat it. I've had Chicago style pizza before and it is wonderful.

Hmm there are lots of different flavors of pizza in the U.S. tbh. I loved how offended that American guy acted when he was asked why Americans don't eat pickles with pizza haha. I also love supreme pizza, but I don't like green olives. I don't think I've ever heard of having an egg on pizza though. Now I want to try it.

I'm glad you enjoyed it! I like these sort of food reaction videos.
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you mean cardboard with ketchup on it that os pretty much American pizza well chains anyways


What the fuck did you just fucking say about me, you little bitch? I’ll have you know I graduated top of my class in Le Cordon Bleu, and I’ve been involved in numerous 8-hour shifts in Papa Johns, and I have over 300 franchised pizzerias. I am trained in dough kneading and I’m the top baker in the entire U.S. You are nothing to me but just another Pizza Hut employee. I will feed the fuck out of you with precision the likes of which has never been seen before on this Earth, mark my fucking words. You think you can get away with saying that shit to me over the Internet? Think again, fucker. As we speak I am contacting my secret network of delivery boys across the USA and your order is being delivered right now so you better prepare for your pineapple pizza, maggot. The pineapple pizza that wipes out the pathetic little thing you call “Pepperoni”. You’re eating bread, kid. I can be anywhere, anytime, and I can cook for you in over seven hundred ways, and that’s just with my bare hands. Not only am I extensively stocked with marinara sauce, but I have access to the entire kitchen staff of Domino's and I will use them to their full extent to wipe your miserable “toppings” off the face of the continent, you little shit. If only you could have known what unholy retribution your little “clever” comment was about to bring down upon you, maybe you would have held your fucking tongue. But you couldn’t, you didn’t, and now you’re paying the price, you goddamn idiot. I will force-feed you my creations and you will eat all of it. You’re eating bread, kiddo.


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Chinese pizza the few times I tried it felt like eating a cracker with some sprinkles of cheese and sauce.
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If you ever get a chance to try good deep dish pizza, eat it. I've had Chicago style pizza before and it is wonderful.

Hmm there are lots of different flavors of pizza in the U.S. tbh. I loved how offended that American guy acted when he was asked why Americans don't eat pickles with pizza haha. I also love supreme pizza, but I don't like green olives. I don't think I've ever heard of having an egg on pizza though. Now I want to try it.

I'm glad you enjoyed it! I like these sort of food reaction videos.


Yeah iam always up for trying different things. And pizza can only be a good thing. Even bad pizza is still good.

Yeah there really are shit loads of different types here to. Pizza bars are everywhere here. There's the local pizza bars, the big chain ones, some are pretty much just pizza and a few other things, some are more fancy and like cafes and do all sorts of meals including pizza, some that are burger bars that also do pizza, etc.

You pretty much have the common or typical types of pizza but all places are different and usually have their own house special. Some of the gormet ones can be pretty fancy and a bit out there.

I dont think i've ever seen green olives on pizza before but the big black kalamata olives are common. They're so dam overbearing and bitter.

Yeah egg on pizza is quite good. It's usually egg, cheese, onion and bacon. When it's done right it's awesome.

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Really cool and fascinating.
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I prefer the original pizza from where it first all started, Turkish pizza, "pide". I only like thin, light crusts not those deep pan heavy doughy bloat your tummy ones. My favourite is lamacun that is served with a fresh salad on top and you roll it up and eat the lot.



They come in many varieties as seen in these pictures.

https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=pide+turkish&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwj9zti3zIPVAhUMPVAKHbQpA08QsAQIdg&biw=1093&bih=530

http://littleferrarokitchen.com/2015/09/turkish-pide-turkish-pizza-with-2-different-fillings/


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tkayt wrote:

I prefer the original pizza from where it first all started, Turkish pizza, "pide". I only like thin, light crusts not those deep pan heavy doughy bloat your tummy ones. My favourite is lamacun that is served with a fresh salad on top and you roll it up and eat the lot.



They come in many varieties as seen in these pictures.

https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=pide+turkish&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwj9zti3zIPVAhUMPVAKHbQpA08QsAQIdg&biw=1093&bih=530

http://littleferrarokitchen.com/2015/09/turkish-pide-turkish-pizza-with-2-different-fillings/




that's not pizza that is gyro and they stole it from the Greeks
This is real pizza from Naples the brith place of real pizza

cooked in a wood fired pizza oven nothing even comes close to being as good
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