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Re: A question for our American Brothers [Re: SteveM] #258025
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ive been through most of the us and maybe its cuz i was born there but the foods of pennsylvania are my favorites,like tastie cakes fedral pretzles, jimmies hot dogs, a-treat soda, pizza steaks and cheese steaks which ive had over most of the country and only a pennsyvanian can make one with pa ingrediants. then there is the pizzia that beats most ny pizza outside of ny city (and in i think). then there is the amish food like shoe fly pie (shouldnt be any real flies in it) and meats that are fresh and without all the nasty stuff the governement makes farmers put in it.

as for other places, the steaks and chicken fried steaks are insanely good from the mid west. the food from the south is heaven, each state different but incredibly good and southerners feed you like an italian grandmother.theres also chicago deep dish pizza sausage and pepper and meatball sandwiches. new yorks delis are the best hands down.

america has dozens of different styles, cajun, creole, northeastern, texas, californian, hawaiian southern,deep southern, boston,pennsylvanian,midwestern,tex-mex,native american....etc home grown and borrowed cuizines that are if not the best can equal the best in the world.


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Re: A question for our American Brothers [Re: pillgrimm13] #258035
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Amen to that....pillgrimm13


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Re: A question for our American Brothers [Re: Bob S] #258068
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...how about getting out there and showing us what you have locally...
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Re: A question for our American Brothers [Re: Florida TR6] #258078
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only a pennsyvanian can make one with pa ingrediants. then there is the pizza that beats most ny pizza outside of ny city (and in i think).


brother, not to contradict, but dude, you better get out to buffalo (NY)- BEST pizza I ever had, HANDS DOWN...
i haven't had chicago pizza (supposed to be bangin) yet but i'd put mr pizza, of buffalo, NY up against anybody, sight unseen! bigt

jus sayin

i couldn't agree more with you on the ethnic variety we enjoy in this huge country tho, for REAL man. makes for some great *food-ventures*! clap

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Re: A question for our American Brothers [Re: ricochetrider] #258080
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Pizza, pizza, I love pizza ... two best pizzas I've ever had were at "MJ Pippins" on North Avenue in Atlanta making what they called a "Chicago Deep Dish Pan Pizza" back in 1978, and a little Greek restaurant in Tallapoosa, Georgia this year, made with marinated chicken, feta, mozzarella, and spinach.

I don't know why Georgia should be the Home of the Pizza, maybe it's because of all the people moving there from other places.

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Re: A question for our American Brothers [Re: Lannis] #258082
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yeah man, i love me some chicken feta pizza...we have this little place near here, in York PA, called *mexitaly*. they only serve so many things,(it ain't rocket science) ALL of them totally, completely AMAZING. cook their pizza and stromboli in a gas-fired, open brick oven...
off the chain, really


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Re: A question for our American Brothers [Re: ricochetrider] #258382
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ive heard pizza in buffalo is is good also heard the cherries and wings are good there too and i had a friend bring back some pies from buffalo that were incredable, ill have to make a trip there this summer.


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Re: A question for our American Brothers [Re: Lannis] #258472
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Originally Posted By: Lannis
Pizza, pizza, I love pizza ... two best pizzas I've ever had were at "MJ Pippins" on North Avenue in Atlanta making what they called a "Chicago Deep Dish Pan Pizza" back in 1978, and a little Greek restaurant in Tallapoosa, Georgia this year, made with marinated chicken, feta, mozzarella, and spinach.

I don't know why Georgia should be the Home of the Pizza, maybe it's because of all the people moving there from other places.

Lannis
I used to go to the MJ Pippins on Roswell Rd in Buckhead. It was excellent pizza, but the best Sicilian deep dish that I've ever had was from a little mom and pop place called Napoli's in Chamblee, where I grew up. Also used to frequent a GA Tech hangout off Spring St. called One Eyed Jacks in the 70's. Ever go there Lannis? Greg


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Re: A question for our American Brothers [Re: GaCracker] #258491
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Re: A question for our American Brothers [Re: Kev.] #258495
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She must be a very sharp chick, Kev. Mine is headed for Georgia Southern in Statesboro. Sorry for making your thread go caddywampus. Greg


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Re: A question for our American Brothers [Re: GaCracker] #258515
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Georgia Tech's a great school, I got my master's there. Atlanta was transitioning from the "old school city", had had a 60's fling, was getting over Lester Maddox although he still had an ice cream shop in the dying Underground Atlanta ... I'm sure it's changed quite a bit but it's a nice place to live.

Besides MJ Pippins, we went to "Everybody's Pizza" at Emory University, and there was a great little sandwich shop at the edge of Piedmont Park at 10th and Highland that made excellent Philly Cheese Steak sandwiches.

We got around on bicycles and on foot and on the MARTA trains so we sort of travelled in the same trail most of the time ... poor students and all.

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