Debunking Some Ethnic Myths

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Anne A. (G13Momcat)'s Comment
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Banks, .. so DITTO. All I can say here.. email in my profile, haha!

Born in NYC .. Jamaica / Queens. @ Big Scott has 'familia' right UP the street!! Yes, we have pix.

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My first job was working for a capo of the Bonanno crime family at one of his legitimate businesses. I never knew who he was until he got arrested. When everybody told me, I was surprised because he was a nice guy. Always helped me out when I was in a pickle.

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Pizza in Italy was... for the longest time.... poverty food. 

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In NY too. When I was a kid I could get 2 slices and a soda for 3 or 4 dollars. That was a great deal for broke me lol

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One of my husbands favorite stories is when John Gotti tousled his hair when he was about 7 or 8. Was "running errands" with his uncle who apparently did work here and there.....

Nice!!! Joey Valachi is / was my great uncle . . . scary stuff !!! (Gonna imDb that movie, now that i'm thinking about it. And eat some American pizza!! LoL..)

~ Anne ~

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Pizza in Italy was... for the longest time.... poverty food. Its what you make when you don't have the money to do anything else. You can find pizza in Italy-- but it is not the grand production we make of it here in the states.

Pizza in Italy is made from water buffalo mozzarella cheese. You really don't know what you're missing, until you have tried pizza made from water buffalo mozzarella. It's very creamy, due to high fat content.

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Pizza in Italy was... for the longest time.... poverty food. Its what you make when you don't have the money to do anything else. You can find pizza in Italy-- but it is not the grand production we make of it here in the states.

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Pizza in Italy is made from water buffalo mozzarella cheese. You really don't know what you're missing, until you have tried pizza made from water buffalo mozzarella. It's very creamy, due to high fat content.

Honestly-- that depends on your location.

Buffalo Mozzarella goes into our Ziti every year for Thanksgiving (we don't do turkey). Part Skim Mozz is for suckers.

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Pizza in Italy was... for the longest time.... poverty food. Its what you make when you don't have the money to do anything else. You can find pizza in Italy-- but it is not the grand production we make of it here in the states.

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Pizza in Italy is made from water buffalo mozzarella cheese. You really don't know what you're missing, until you have tried pizza made from water buffalo mozzarella. It's very creamy, due to high fat content.

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Honestly-- that depends on your location.

Buffalo Mozzarella goes into our Ziti every year for Thanksgiving (we don't do turkey). Part Skim Mozz is for suckers.

Man! Now I'm hungry, Brandie! And I passed through Cincinnati this morning, too.

Brandie W.'s Comment
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Pizza in Italy was... for the longest time.... poverty food. Its what you make when you don't have the money to do anything else. You can find pizza in Italy-- but it is not the grand production we make of it here in the states.

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Pizza in Italy is made from water buffalo mozzarella cheese. You really don't know what you're missing, until you have tried pizza made from water buffalo mozzarella. It's very creamy, due to high fat content.

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Honestly-- that depends on your location.

Buffalo Mozzarella goes into our Ziti every year for Thanksgiving (we don't do turkey). Part Skim Mozz is for suckers.

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Man! Now I'm hungry, Brandie! And I passed through Cincinnati this morning, too.

Don't you mean crept through? Its damn near impossible to pass through at a reasonable speed right now.. between the Brett Spence and the Roebling both being either completely down or partially down.

It'll be a nice city if they ever finish it.

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