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  1. Pretty simple topic here: how do you like your pizza? Pizza is serious business and tastes in it are very different. For some people it's all about the toppings, while for others the type of crust makes all the difference. And then there are those who care just as much about both or don't care much about either, because they love and will eat anything. My preferences have changes a lot since I was a kid. Back then I preferred deep dish or pan crusts, whereas these days I'm all about the thin crust. Toppings should ALWAYS include copious amounts of mushrooms because mushrooms are the best thing in the universe, and you know it. :V Other good toppings for me includes onions, bell peppers, and at least one kind of sliced meat (because sausage bits have a terrible texture to me). This could be pepperoni, salami, capicola, or sliced meatballs. Pepperoni would be my last preference of those, but it's the most ubiquitous. Go light on the cheese, please. Hey now, I love cheese passionately, but it shouldn't be the primary ingredient of the pizza, it should accent everything else and simply help to hold it together. A mouthful of gooey cheese, the taste of which overpowers everything else, isn't my idea of a good time. And while we're at it, do you have a favorite pizza franchise or a local place you love to frequent? We have a few Italian places here that make good pizza but no true pizzerias.
  2. I actually don't remember going there as much as Brazil, it was very long ago. My uncle was doing much more financially well than my Dad and he offered to help take us on a trip. I do remember the pigeons in the square of Venice and the gondola rides as my cousins and I looked out at the people walking by on the cobblestone streets. I remember the hollowed remains of the great Coliseum in Rome, the center stage exposed and crumbling sadly. Also sadly, I don't remember as much of this trip as I was very young. I do plan on going back one of these days though. In summation though, having now an Italian American as a mentor, I can say that I love Italy. As what was once the crowning jewel of Europe and still has places where it shines, its people are jovial and festive and willing to share what they know to a willing ear. I love them and their country.
  3. Now in a better quality, Italia is the first country to start to dub the season 4 of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. It was kind of difficult to find the full episode in the internet.
  4. I found this small article on the web, I found it very interesting as I love folklore and I can confirm the bit about the italian Befana. So I was wondering, since this is an international forum and all, if somepony has some folkish tale to share about their own winter traditions. Here is the article if you wanna read it: Holiday Traditions from around the world Germany There is so much celebrating that it has to begin on December 6th, St. Nicholas Day. As in many other European countries, on the eve of Dec. 6th children place a shoe or boot by the fireplace. During the night, St. Nicholas, the patron saint of children, hops from house to house carrying a book of sins in which all of the misdeeds of the children are written. If they have been good, he fills the shoe or boot with delicious holiday edibles. If they have not been good, their shoe is filled with twigs. Italy On Christmas Eve, Italian children hang their stockings by the chimney where it remains empty until Jan. 6, the Befana day (also known as the Epiphany,) when the befana (during the night) fills it with sweets or coal, depending on whether the children were good or naughty. (The Befana is an old woman (witch) that flies on a broom; she is considered nice and kind.) Spain Christmas dinner is never eaten until after midnight. Christmas Day is spent at church, at feasts and in more merry-making. It is not Santa who comes to Spain bearing gifts, but the Three Wise Men. Mexico On Christmas Eve, small children dressed as shepherds stand on either side of the nativity scene while members of the company kneel and sing a litany, after which the Christ Child is lulled to sleep with the cradle song, "El Rorro" (Babe in Arms). At midnight the birth of Christ is announced with fireworks, ringing bells and blowing whistles. Devout worshipers surge into churches to attend the famous "Misa de Gallo" or "Mass of the Rooster." Following Mass, families return home for a tremendous dinner of traditional Mexican foods. Christmas Day has no special celebration though many have adopted the American style Christmas with a Christmas tree and Santa Claus. France Family celebrations begin with the decoration of the Christmas tree a few days before Christmas; candles and lights, tinsel and many colored stars are attached to it. On Christmas Eve when the children are asleep, little toys, candies and fruits are hung on the branches of the tree as a supplement to the gifts Santa Claus has left in the shoes before the fireplace. Puppet shows are also given every year for Christmas. At midnight everyone attends the Christmas mass. When the family returns home after midnight mass, there is a late supper known as "le réveillon." Ordinarily, young children do not attend midnight mass with their parents, but go to bed early to dream of their Christmas gifts. Before going to bed, they put their shoes by the fireside for a gift from "le père de Noël" or "le petit Jésus." Japan The Nativity scene is given a corner in every Christian house. They also have turkey for Christmas dinner, Christmas trees, evergreens and mistletoe in their stores and homes and even Hoeiosho, the Japanese equivalent of Santa Claus, who is a Buddhist monk bearing gifts for the children. The family members exchange gifts and send cards with the true heart of giving. Japan’s Christmas traditions for Japanese Christians are to spend the day for worship, and charity for the poor and sick. The children perform plays re-enacting the Nativity scene on Christmas Eve. Unique Christmas traditions of Japan are Christmas Cakes, Fried Chicken, and Daiku. China Christians in China celebrate by lighting their houses with beautiful paper lanterns and decorating their Christmas trees, which they call "Trees of Light," with paper chains, paper flowers, and paper lanterns. Chinese children hang muslin stockings and await a visit from Santa Claus, whom they call Dun Che Lao Ren (dwyn-chuh-lau-oh-run) which means "Christmas Old Man."
  5. Do you remember Chef Boyardee? He's more than just a great pasta chef; he's also a great singer! In this package, you'll get his greatest songs, like: Pasta Lovin' Man Ravioli All Over Oh, Italy (I Love) Mustaches Cans of Pasta Macaroni is Good (But Not As Good As Ravioli) Oodles of Noodles Only In Italy Hangin' Up My Hat The Chef Accordions and Ravioli Pasta Nights Beans and Pasta feat. The Jolly Green Giant AND MORE! For only $29.99! And, if you call right now, you'll get the never before heard track, "Meatballs"! Just call now! Call "1-800-PASTA" or, if the call doesn't work for some reason,"1-800-RAVIOLI." Or go to to order online! Must be 18 or older to order.
  6. I'm not Callisto. I'm actually the legendary Chef Boyardee, famous for my pasta. I apologize for not telling you sooner. Anybody want some ravioli?
  7. Who else on this forum has read this excellent italian comic series(and the following PK2 and Pikappa)? I personally lack only 6 of the issues ever released, and I'm still working on acquiring them. For those that don't know what this is, here is a taste of the series: