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The Fascinating Origins of Everyday Things

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Hey imagine my surprise! Greetings from Rwanda 🇷🇼! Had to throw in my shout-out! I've always loved the youtube series just started out on the podcasts... Great stuff Simon! 

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Shout out form Denver, Colorado.  We have our own form for pizza here called, Mountain Pizza. Ohh so yummy!  The difference between Mountain pizza and others is the thickness of the crust.  It has really thick. A good 2 1/2 inches (6.5cm).  Traditionally we eat the crust at the with honey. The only place I know to get Mountain Pizza is Beau Jo's. 

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I'm listening to the first food episode now (the one from late November). I live in Canada, and my dad's family immigrated here from Denmark in the late 50s, in part because there was a massive advertisement campaign from the Canadian government in Europe to get people to move here. Since our founding as an official government there has always been a lot of immigration to Canada, at least compared to the Canadian population.

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Also, people in Chatham say it the British way. And in small town Ontario having a weird mix of "ethnic" foods at restaurants has been common since at least the 60s from talking to people of that generation who grew up in those communities. And a lot of those restaurants are still around.

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