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Old 09-08-2005, 01:48 PM   #331
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Give me ONE example for an American dish, except for grits
Steak.
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Old 09-08-2005, 01:48 PM   #332
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Josh isn't fat, he is just under tall. That's what happends when his wife gets pregnant....... but I think she is loosing her weight faster than he is.
I'm still laughing when I see that picture in front of my eyes !! He really looks like ''Why am I here, what did I come here for?'' . No offense, I really think Josh is a great guy although I never met him personally, I have great respect for his articles and work.


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Old 09-08-2005, 01:51 PM   #333
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You should talk. You live in Germany, what do you know about good food? (don't tell me different, I've been all over Germany many times)
Wurst, Pommes und Sauerkraut is all I can remember about German kitchen.. Yaykkk!
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Old 09-08-2005, 02:04 PM   #334
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There are a couple of things, Americans should not join discussions about, and food is very high on that list.

As I said, I lived in the States for 10 years and all there is, is copied food from all over the world. But it all has been americanized, meaning,it all tastes the same.

Give me ONE example for an American dish, except for grits
you cant get any better than the backbone of tailgaiting, hot dogs and cheeseburgers on the grill, mac and cheese, corndogs.... come on man, thats good eating
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There are a couple of things, Americans should not join discussions about, and food is very high on that list.

As I said, I lived in the States for 10 years and all there is, is copied food from all over the world. But it all has been americanized, meaning,it all tastes the same.

Give me ONE example for an American dish, except for grits
chilli size all american
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Old 09-08-2005, 02:45 PM   #336
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hey guys you forgot buffalo wings and ribs.
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Stefan-Try and not let your ignorance come through your posts...This is not a political forum nor is it the culinary channel. It is a forum about 1/8th scale worlds.

If you want to discuss food perhaps go to the food network forum. Besides, whats Germany's claim to fame in food? Saurkraut? LMAO!!!!
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You won't get better food anywhere on this planet than in Italy and especially not in the US. (don't tell me different, I lived there for 10 years)

But then again, the US boys probably only eat at McDonalds or Burger King anyways, since those damn foreigners are not to be trusted
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Did you live in Dallas area when you lived in the US?

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stephen, I'd say people disagree with your assessment of American food, but agree with my take on the German fare...
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Did you live in Dallas area when you lived in the US?

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Nope, near Atlanta, but I travelled all over the country on business.

Been in Dallas and Houston too. Big steaks, big hats and big hair
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Old 09-08-2005, 03:36 PM   #341
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stephen, I'd say people disagree with your assessment of American food, but agree with my take on the German fare...
How would they know? 8 out of 10 Americans never left their country.

I had to take a lot of guys to Europe on business trips and most of them ate almost nothing else than US fast food cause they were scared to try anything they didn't know.

Had a guy telling me that Italian food tastes better in America than it does in Italy.

Nuff said!!
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How would they know? 8 out of 10 Americans never left their country.

I had to take a lot of guys to Europe on business trips and most of them ate almost nothing else than US fast food cause they were scared to try anything they didn't know.

Had a guy telling me that Italian food tastes better in America than it does in Italy.

Nuff said!!
Oh and btw, there is still no American food.

Face it, you are all immigrants and most recipies got flushed over board on the way, especially the one for bread.


Back to the worlds.

A German in second place, good stuff.
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Wurst, Pommes und Sauerkraut is all I can remember about German kitchen.. Yaykkk!
You forgot Doener Bubba.
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Enough about food and how we live here and there. The world are with colors and everybody have different opinion about everything. Let come back to what this here is about. World cup in RC Formula One.
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Old 09-08-2005, 04:02 PM   #345
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You forgot Doener Bubba.
Hey Stefan have you ever heard of the guy in second he seem's to be very fast.
Our German sister company has never mentioned this person.
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