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Homemade Pasta made at home with hands and stuff ;)

What a bunch of nitpickers, here… :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

Care to start a discussion on Pizza Hawaii ? :crazy_face:

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I grew up in Argentina, strong Italian influence… and we have “Milanesa a la Napolitana” :rofl: Also very heated debate on the true origin of the dish.

It looks like more Napolitana than Milanesa to me :smiley::smiley::smiley:

Or Toast Hawaii. I´m from the homecountry of Toast Hawaii, you know…

Interesting! Do you eat it with Salami, and pineapple and cheese?

Ham, pineapple and chesse with a Maraschino cherry.

I ate it with ham before, but never with a cherry.

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I’m probably not German enough then. :wink:

I can´t speak for northern germany but it´s a a snack on every menu in every traditonal restaurant in bavaria and austria.

My understanding is that every variation of Milanesa (flattened and breaded meat) comes from the Schnitzel, so German.

I could be wrong, though.

Well, sounds right to me.

According to Wikipedia about Schnitzel: “Originating in Austria”.
So it would be only accurate if you’d say Bavarian, which more or less includes Austria :slight_smile:

I can´t really much disagree with that…

The horror food of my childhood. Never seen it on menus since 1990 …

Is Bavarian a part of Germany? I’m not sure at the moment…

What does Bavaria have to do with Germany? Guess you have never been there then :wink:

At this point I wish there was a smiley wearing a traditional bavarian hat I could use.

Somewhat looking like this guy.

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Sorry, I’m an American, so they’re all “Germans” to me. (just kidding!) :slight_smile:

Yeah, it could be a misattribution. Perhaps the Italians took it from the Germans and then Spain took it from the Italians. So now, Latin-America attributes it to it.

Or not… I don’t know. :crazy_face:

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