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Name: Pizza
Type: Terrain
Author: Echiko,doc
Submitted by: Italy Echiko

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Time: May 18, 2023, 08:37 PM
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Come and try to have a pizza in Echiko's pizzeria!  :P (without pineapples, insects, ketchup and all the other possible unaccepted "stuff" ofc.)

We offer you free soft drinks! :D

Thanks to doc for the objects and precious photoshop advice. 

Bring your friends, take a sit and enjoy our pizza!  :D



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File #2855, Pizza
« on: May 18, 2023, 10:14 PM »
In Brazil, in São Paulo, Ketchup on a pizza is part of the culture of the city and maybe the entire state. In my city, though, this culture is not as strong. My favourite flavour has an object on the map: Champignon 🍄 (not Amanita muscaria).

I would ask if the terrain land itself is Pepperoni or what we call here in Brazil "Calabresa". I tried to find a translation in English for this and there is no translation. So I searched on Wikipedia, and I discovered that is something that was invented here in Brazil, by Italian immigrants or its descendants. Another thing that impressed me is that there's no Wiki page for "Linguiça Calabresa" in English, only in Portuguese and two other languages, one of them is Italian:
https://it.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lingui%C3%A7a_calabresa

Pizza of "Calabresa" flavor is one of the most common flavors in Brazil, it's more common than Pepperoni, and as important as Margherita or "Portuguesa" that is common here too. Portuguesa is one of my favorites too, with a lot of onions, eggs, ham, olives and oregano.

I'm a pizza freak, so I'll download and play on this terrain often. Thank you.
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Re: File #2855, Pizza
« Reply #1 on: May 19, 2023, 04:42 AM »
Super nice terrain Echiko :D
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Re: File #2855, Pizza
« Reply #2 on: May 19, 2023, 11:41 AM »
In Brazil, in São Paulo, Ketchup on a pizza is part of the culture of the city and maybe the entire state. In my city, though, this culture is not as strong. My favourite flavour has an object on the map: Champignon 🍄 (not Amanita muscaria).

I would ask if the terrain land itself is Pepperoni or what we call here in Brazil "Calabresa". I tried to find a translation in English for this and there is no translation. So I searched on Wikipedia, and I discovered that is something that was invented here in Brazil, by Italian immigrants or its descendants. Another thing that impressed me is that there's no Wiki page for "Linguiça Calabresa" in English, only in Portuguese and two other languages, one of them is Italian:
https://it.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lingui%C3%A7a_calabresa

Pizza of "Calabresa" flavor is one of the most common flavors in Brazil, it's more common than Pepperoni, and as important as Margherita or "Portuguesa" that is common here too. Portuguesa is one of my favorites too, with a lot of onions, eggs, ham, olives and oregano.

I'm a pizza freak, so I'll download and play on this terrain often. Thank you.

So Foxhound, now I answer as an italian and as an expert of pizza ofc.  :D
Ketchup is allowed in Italy (so 'accepted') if you have french fries on it. In that case, we can tolerate that :D it's because ketchup is a topping for french fries and not for pizza, but I would like to know more about what is the tradition you are talking about.
Yes: the terrain is 'calabresa' flavour :D In Italy is almost always referred as 'diavola' (Devil lit.) and it is with tomato sauce, pepperoni and mozzarella. It's called diavola becuase good quality pepperoni are very spicy, it reminds us of the Hell :D it's one of my favourite pizzas. Once I asked to a pizzeria to deliver a Pizza Diavola in the convent where I live... : ;D you can imagine the jokes XD there was even the mother superior!  :D :D
Calabresa may come from our region 'Calabria', which produces many spicy ingrendients and food. Maybe it comes from that region!
Champignons! Yeah I love those mushrooms, we put usually porcini on pizza, but only if you have money ;)

Super nice terrain Echiko :D

Thank you Kaleu! ^^

There are some other toppings in the terrain that aren't shown in the preview btw ;)

« Last Edit: May 19, 2023, 11:43 AM by Echiko »
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Re: File #2855, Pizza
« Reply #3 on: May 19, 2023, 05:34 PM »
Oh Pizza Pasta Italia. Dangerbear is the number 1 pizzaman

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Re: File #2855, Pizza
« Reply #4 on: May 19, 2023, 10:07 PM »
interestingly, pizza is also a theme in hedgewars

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Re: File #2855, Pizza
« Reply #5 on: June 01, 2023, 01:31 AM »
Eating calabresa flavor now.

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Re: File #2855, Pizza
« Reply #6 on: June 01, 2023, 10:47 PM »
Eating calabresa flavor now.


Is it hot and has the chiles?  It must

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Re: File #2855, Pizza
« Reply #7 on: June 01, 2023, 11:50 PM »
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Is it hot and has the chiles?  It must

Do you mean "chiles" as Chili Peppers?

The pizza has no traditional peppers. Only oreganum, Calabresa Sausage (we call it Linguiça here), Mozzarela Cheese, and the other flavor has tomatoes and ham. It was starting to be ambient temperature when I took the photo.

By the way. I think the flavor Echiko mentioned is different from Calabresa, Diavola seems to be spicy, like Pepperoni flavor here. Calabresa hasn't a very spicy taste. I would say it's not even spicy, you feel more the taste of the meat and the fat than anything, but maybe it is a little bit spicy, however, it is far from the spiciness of Pepperoni.
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Re: File #2855, Pizza
« Reply #8 on: June 02, 2023, 12:04 PM »
Eating calabresa flavor now.


Is it hot and has the chiles?  It must

 This is just a fake "Calabrese".

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Re: File #2855, Pizza
« Reply #9 on: June 02, 2023, 12:09 PM »
This is what it is called "Calabrese", you might be able to see the difference now.

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Re: File #2855, Pizza
« Reply #10 on: June 03, 2023, 01:40 AM »
This is what it is called "Calabrese", you might be able to see the difference now.


Looks like some slices of salami lol
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Re: File #2855, Pizza
« Reply #11 on: June 03, 2023, 08:10 AM »
This is what it is called "Calabrese", you might be able to see the difference now.

I didn't know the existence of this kind of pizza, and now I'm curious, maybe one day I'll try it and think about the Brazilian Calabresa  :P
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Re: File #2855, Pizza
« Reply #12 on: June 03, 2023, 12:32 PM »
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This is just a fake "Calabrese".

It might be "fake", but I can assure you it is very tasty. It seems that the sausage style was taken from Portugal's style of Sausage (Linguiça). And then they borrowed some things from Italy (Calabrese or whatever), later modifying it with stuff from Brazil. That's what we call Linguiça Calabresa here (you should try it if you ever visit Brazil).

Now I want to try the Italian Calabrese hehe. I agree with Kaleu that it looks like a Salami. By the way, in my city there is a special salami created by a family in a city that is probably where there are the most Ukrainian immigrant descendants in Brazil: Prudentópolis. And here in my state there are a lot of polish immigrant descendants, they loved that salami and started to call it "Kraków" (in tribute to the city), so we call it "Salame Cracóvia" (Kraków Salami).

It is made with Pork/Pig/hog meat:



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Re: File #2855, Pizza
« Reply #13 on: June 03, 2023, 12:43 PM »
loove this topic  :D now im hungry ! :-*