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    Italian Grandmas

    Just wanted to share this funny video I found. They're probably actresses but their english is still better than mine


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    I don┤t like Italian food at all (well, maybe a pizza once every few months), same goes for Spanish cuisine. Of course they will defend their culture, the same way I do with Romanian food, but I know there are folks out there who couldn┤t eat it.

    Personally, I┤m for Greek and Turkish cuisine, especially the fish and vegetables part of it. Also, I make a killer Balik Kavurma
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    These women are hilarious.

    No one in their right mind would call Olive Garden's slop food.

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    My boyfriend showed me this, he was dying of laughter at it. It reminded him of a time he went to Olive Garden with a cousin of his and when they were leaving she asked "Were they trying to poison me?"

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    Funny--my Grandmothers would have been just as negative---one of them reminded me of the truly disgusted one lol--never been to olive garden in NYC you can get great authentic Italian food all over the place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aaggii View Post
    Personally, I┤m for Greek and Turkish cuisine, especially the fish and vegetables part of it. Also, I make a killer Balik Kavurma
    It's not just Greek and Turkish... the entire Balkans eats pretty much the same thing. Instead of saying "Greek food", "Bulgarian food", "Serbian food", "Turkish food" etc. I just call it all Balkan. The only difference is the name!!

    I've been to Serbian and Greek restaurants and I like the food in both.

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    Quote Originally Posted by virulentpeach View Post
    It's not just Greek and Turkish... the entire Balkans eats pretty much the same thing. Instead of saying "Greek food", "Bulgarian food", "Serbian food", "Turkish food" etc. I just call it all Balkan. The only difference is the name!!

    I've been to Serbian and Greek restaurants and I like the food in both.
    The correct description is Ottoman cuisine despite offending not a few Greeks, and others rather, like Greek coffee....is Turkish coffee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by virulentpeach View Post
    It's not just Greek and Turkish... the entire Balkans eats pretty much the same thing. Instead of saying "Greek food", "Bulgarian food", "Serbian food", "Turkish food" etc. I just call it all Balkan. The only difference is the name!!

    I've been to Serbian and Greek restaurants and I like the food in both.
    Of course there are similarities in countries close to each other, but there are also many differences. I wanted to be specific, if to you it┤s all the same, that┤s ok too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aaggii View Post
    Of course there are similarities in countries close to each other, but there are also many differences. I wanted to be specific, if to you it┤s all the same, that┤s ok too.
    Well I know Serbian food is more or less the same as Greek. I am unsure about the rest of the Balkans. I think culturally those two nations are very close and I know they consider themselves "sibling nations". I think Bulgarian is also close too.

    Albanian culture and cuisine is a bit more directly Turkish than the rest, though that is no surprise.

    Quote Originally Posted by kallipolis View Post
    The correct description is Ottoman cuisine despite offending not a few Greeks, and others rather, like Greek coffee....is Turkish coffee.
    I am going to a Greek festival this week and as such I make sure to never say Ottoman or Turkish in reference to anything. Saying "Balkan" gets the point across lol. I have distant Greek ancestry through my Sicilian side... Ottoman era refugees and all.

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    I am going to a Greek festival this week and as such I make sure to never say Ottoman or Turkish in reference to anything. Saying "Balkan" gets the point across lol. I have distant Greek ancestry through my Sicilian side... Ottoman era refugees and all
    I had noted that's why my response.....most Greeks have no problem with references to Ottoman cuisine, or Turkish coffee....but there's always a barbarian, or two to object

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    Quote Originally Posted by kallipolis View Post
    I had noted that's why my response.....most Greeks have no problem with references to Ottoman cuisine, or Turkish coffee....but there's always a barbarian, or two to object
    It is the same way in any Balkan nation. Serbs hate Turks more than Greeks do!

    The irony is Greeks have a lot more Slavic and Albanian ancestry than Turkish in terms of actual ancestors. I always see a minority of Greeks who look like they came from Russia each year, very different from the stereotype (and it is interesting because everyone says I remind them of a Greek).

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    That's typical of Italian women. They don't agree on anything!
    And I know Italian women, I've been around them all my life!

    That could be my my family sitting around a table discussing cooking.

    Olive Garden is Italian style-food for American tastes. Those of us that grew up with Italian mothers, grandmothers, and aunts that were truly great cooks know this.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ronboy View Post
    Olive Garden is Italian style-food for American tastes. Those of us that grew up with Italian mothers, grandmothers, and aunts that were truly great cooks know this.
    True Sicilian food is a lot more interesting than Olive Garden shit food. Sicilian food uses a lot of exotic spices that you'll never find in Olive Garden!

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    the two that seemed to enjoy the food seemed more like jewish stereotypes than italian nans hahahhaha
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    Quote Originally Posted by ronboy View Post
    That's typical of Italian women. They don't agree on anything!
    And I know Italian women, I've been around them all my life!

    That could be my my family sitting around a table discussing cooking.

    Olive Garden is Italian style-food for American tastes. Those of us that grew up with Italian mothers, grandmothers, and aunts that were truly great cooks know this.
    That's right. I also want to say that not all the italian grandmas are great cooks, some are just hopeless



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    Quote Originally Posted by virulentpeach View Post
    True Sicilian food is a lot more interesting than Olive Garden shit food. Sicilian food uses a lot of exotic spices that you'll never find in Olive Garden!
    They make some changes to the original food according to their tastes and culture. Pizza for instance is different here as well from place to place but the real one is made in Naples.

    Quote Originally Posted by Taz View Post
    the two that seemed to enjoy the food seemed more like jewish stereotypes than italian nans hahahhaha
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    Re: Italian Grandmas

    I saw the video a few days ago. Made me go and see if there were any other funny videos on the channel and I found a few.

    I also discovered that most of the guys on the channel are hot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taz View Post
    the two that seemed to enjoy the food seemed more like jewish stereotypes than italian nans hahahhaha
    Family dynamics are similar between Jewish and Italian Americans in the northeast US as they have lived in proximity and even intermarried.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreyUnderscore View Post
    I saw the video a few days ago. Made me go and see if there were any other funny videos on the channel and I found a few.

    I also discovered that most of the guys on the channel are hot.
    You talking about Stevie B?



    Sorry for the off topic but...

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    Quote Originally Posted by virulentpeach View Post
    It is the same way in any Balkan nation. Serbs hate Turks more than Greeks do!
    My husband's grandfather (Greek) would never just say "those Turks", it was always "those damned Turks". My experience with the Turks has always been positive, however.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sixthson View Post
    My husband's grandfather (Greek) would never just say "those Turks", it was always "those damned Turks". My experience with the Turks has always been positive, however.
    The only Balkan nation that likes Turks is, of course, Albania... their culture, religion, etc. are shared to a large extent. It is not surprising that Albania has no friends among their neighbors, though my experiences with Albanians and Turks have also been good. No offense to Greeks but I often find them to be a bit pretentious and thinking they are better than their neighbors, which is ironic since modern Greek culture is just another Balkan culture without anything really distinct, and a lot of ancient Greek achievements happened over in Sicily and Naples anyway. But of course we consider Greeks our friends as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tarallucci View Post
    You talking about Stevie B?



    Sorry for the off topic but...
    I meant the guys on the Buzzfred channels.

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    LOVE Italians! My sister and my class mate's housemates are both from Milan (I have met all of them) and they are super nice! My sister's actually her landlord and they are very good friends. In facts she knows his entire family and am best friends with them - from his father, mother to his lovely two sisters. Every year my family and I visits my sister and he doesn't mind us at all when my whole family was staying with him. He also routinely brings his whole Italian family over especially his two sisters are practically best friends forever with my sister. In fact today they went to her graduation (my family and I didn't go visit mua sista this year).

    Oh and I heard Italian guys are also perfect husband materials (virulentpeach, nycguydowntown and Op probably owns this title lol).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scealle View Post
    LOVE Italians! My sister and my class mate's housemates are both from Milan (I have met all of them) and they are super nice!
    Everyone north of Tuscany is basically Germans speaking Latin. Or at least that is the perspective of us southerners.

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    Quote Originally Posted by virulentpeach View Post
    The only Balkan nation that likes Turks is, of course, Albania... their culture, religion, etc. are shared to a large extent. It is not surprising that Albania has no friends among their neighbors,
    Bosniak's like them I thought. Its the Serbs everyone hates!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyAnger View Post
    Bosniak's like them I thought. Its the Serbs everyone hates!

    Bosnia's are just Muslim Serbs, but yes, they are another friend of Turkey and Albania.

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    Quote Originally Posted by virulentpeach View Post
    Everyone north of Tuscany is basically Germans speaking Latin. Or at least that is the perspective of us southerners.
    lol that would bring up the whole "terrone vs polentone" thing (basically south vs north) and here's another opportunity to post another video:



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    Quote Originally Posted by virulentpeach View Post
    Well I know Serbian food is more or less the same as Greek. I am unsure about the rest of the Balkans. I think culturally those two nations are very close and I know they consider themselves "sibling nations". I think Bulgarian is also close too.
    Some of it, it┤s the same region after all, but you can┤t say the cuisine is the same. Every country has its culture and the cooking part has its place.
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    Quote Originally Posted by virulentpeach View Post
    Well I know Serbian food is more or less the same as Greek. I am unsure about the rest of the Balkans. I think culturally those two nations are very close and I know they consider themselves "sibling nations". I think Bulgarian is also close too.

    Albanian culture and cuisine is a bit more directly Turkish than the rest, though that is no surprise.



    I am going to a Greek festival this week and as such I make sure to never say Ottoman or Turkish in reference to anything. Saying "Balkan" gets the point across lol. I have distant Greek ancestry through my Sicilian side... Ottoman era refugees and all.
    our cuisine is mediterranean.

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    What is this shit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vannie View Post
    What is this shit?
    Who the fuck made this?

    Vannie made this!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tarallucci View Post
    Who the fuck made this?

    Vannie made this!
    Hey tarallucci...I was not making fun of the video.The woman who said "What is this shit" made me laugh

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    BuzzFeed are smart.
    These videos are very cheap and easy to make and they are good.
    TV networks cannot compete.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Vannie View Post
    Hey tarallucci...I was not making fun of the video.The woman who said "What is this shit" made me laugh
    She made me laugh too
    At the beginning she also says "who the fuck made this?" and I responded "Vannie made this!"
    I just tried to make a joke about your cabbage cooking skills, nothing more

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