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What are the main styles of pizza that are popular in America?
Background: I found a pizza in Italy that was sold as "American pizza", and that used bell peppers, corn, and hot salami as toppings. In the USA, is there a pizza that is called "American pizza"? Are ...
Sep 1 '10 at 19:47
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