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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_pizza

Pizza was invented by the Harpies.
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paul25454 wrote:

I recommend watching Korean girls try American bbq


Here, have this
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gWKOUxF-Dso

My only issue with the BBQ video is that the pulled pork is not American BBQ. And Raspberry Gaze for ribs isn't quite right either.
But good to know I can some taste of home if I went to Korea. I grew up in Memphis, TN, which is a big BBQ city/state (Texas can suck it, and so can North Carolina with it's Vinegar based sauce--I think I got that one right)


And sweet pizza just sounds weird. They also talk about it tasting healthier; I'm hoping some one told them the calorie count.
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uncletim wrote:



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


My lamacun was cooked in a wood fired oven. The dough have a sauce and mince lamb on it. They don't put cheese on these. Some of the pide barely have tomato in them. They're a version of pizza blanca.

Gyros are different. The meat filling (usually souvlaki/kebab) is cooked separately from the flat bread and it's a wrap sandwich. Here's an example;


https://www.thespruce.com/gyros-a-greek-classic-912899
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Yeah i always thought that pizza was invented in Italy?
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paul25454 wrote:

I recommend watching Korean girls try American bbq


Here, have this
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gWKOUxF-Dso

My only issue with the BBQ video is that the pulled pork is not American BBQ. And Raspberry Gaze for ribs isn't quite right either.
But good to know I can some taste of home if I went to Korea. I grew up in Memphis, TN, which is a big BBQ city/state (Texas can suck it, and so can North Carolina with it's Vinegar based sauce--I think I got that one right)


And sweet pizza just sounds weird. They also talk about it tasting healthier; I'm hoping some one told them the calorie count.


Texas can suck it? Them are fighting words. Texas got the best BBQ in the States.
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paul25454 wrote:


zero356 wrote:


paul25454 wrote:

I recommend watching Korean girls try American bbq


Here, have this
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gWKOUxF-Dso

My only issue with the BBQ video is that the pulled pork is not American BBQ. And Raspberry Gaze for ribs isn't quite right either.
But good to know I can some taste of home if I went to Korea. I grew up in Memphis, TN, which is a big BBQ city/state (Texas can suck it, and so can North Carolina with it's Vinegar based sauce--I think I got that one right)


And sweet pizza just sounds weird. They also talk about it tasting healthier; I'm hoping some one told them the calorie count.


Texas can suck it? Them are fighting words. Texas got the best BBQ in the States.


Fair enough, wrong, but fair
Can we agree that North Carolina (and I believe Kentucky is the other big contender) can suck it?
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zero356 wrote:


paul25454 wrote:


zero356 wrote:


paul25454 wrote:

I recommend watching Korean girls try American bbq


Here, have this
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gWKOUxF-Dso

My only issue with the BBQ video is that the pulled pork is not American BBQ. And Raspberry Gaze for ribs isn't quite right either.
But good to know I can some taste of home if I went to Korea. I grew up in Memphis, TN, which is a big BBQ city/state (Texas can suck it, and so can North Carolina with it's Vinegar based sauce--I think I got that one right)


And sweet pizza just sounds weird. They also talk about it tasting healthier; I'm hoping some one told them the calorie count.


Texas can suck it? Them are fighting words. Texas got the best BBQ in the States.


Fair enough, wrong, but fair
Can we agree that North Carolina (and I believe Kentucky is the other big contender) can suck it?


This I can agree with
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Good thing I watched those pizza and bbq videos right before lunch, now I'm starving.
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here is something these are people who escaped North Korea trying American BBQ for the first time
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T0TYCEXmi90
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