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    9. August 2010, 12:34:16
    Pedro Martínez 
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    26. April 2010, 11:51:48
    Pedro Martínez 
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    25. April 2010, 14:20:37
    Pedro Martínez 
    Subject: Re: Pizza Toppings
    Bwild:

    25. April 2010, 02:00:35
    Pedro Martínez 
    Subject: Re: Pizza Toppings
    puupia: I cannot even imagine how that would taste. Reindeer and crowberries are completely unknown to me, chanterelles I haven't had since forever ago and emmentaler is indeed quite unusual to be used as a pizza topping. I guess you can only get something like that In Finland or other Nordic countries, people are crazy enough there to prepare such a pizza…

    25. April 2010, 01:03:18
    Pedro Martínez 
    Subject: Re: Pizza Toppings
    puupia: Pineapple and bleu cheese together? You're a gourmet! :))

    25. April 2010, 00:57:20
    Pedro Martínez 
    Subject: Re: Pizza Toppings
    coan.net: I have had corn on my pizza, and it was not bad at all, but carrot… hmmm, I don't know, something just doesn't seem right with that… lol

    25. April 2010, 00:46:31
    Pedro Martínez 
    Subject: Re: Pizza Toppings
    puupia: I think that when you look at the selection of toppings, it is clear that it is the American pizza what should be considered here. You can hardly get any other salami than pepperoni in the U.S., while here in Europe it is quite common to use quite a variety of salamis. Also the cheeses listed in the poll are rarely used in continental Europe (except for mozzarella, of course). We don't use provolone, cheddar, or Colby (which is actually a cheddar too). Instead, edam is very popular, as well as a number of blue-veined chesses. Then the bacon – the European bacon is not the same as the American one. And so on and so forth. You're right about the chicken, turkey, and I would also add beef. To sum it up, American pizza is simply different from European pizza. And I have different favorite toppings for each of them. :)

    25. April 2010, 00:26:23
    Pedro Martínez 
    Subject: Re: Pizza Toppings
    coan.net: Nuts on pizza – that sounds to me almost as awkward as carrot on pizza…

    24. April 2010, 22:56:42
    Pedro Martínez 
    Subject: Re: Pizza Toppings
    Modified by Pedro Martínez (24. April 2010, 22:58:50)
    puupia: Oh yes, jalapeños, I knew I was missing something essential there…

    But salami is there, isn't it? As pepperoni. :)

    24. April 2010, 19:18:03
    Pedro Martínez 
    Subject: Re: Pizza Toppings
    Ownercase: But they have finpits!

    29. March 2010, 00:57:06
    Pedro Martínez 
    Subject: Re: World Cup
    coan.net: Why is it anonymous?

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