I just also remembered this scene from one Italian classic film by a famous comedian Alberto Sordi, "An American in Rome". It is about a guy who is full of fantasy about America, and dreams himself to be an american.
One day he comes home, decides to make an "American dinner". He takes a pair of bread slices, slaps mustard, ketchup, yogurt, jam, maionnaise, (there were more horrid stuff but right now I can't remember) anything he supposes to be "typically american" on the bread and makes a sandwich, prepares himself for a huge yankee feast with a gigantic glass of milk.
He takes one bite, ponders. Then notices a big bowl of spaghetti which his mother had prepared for him also sitting on the table, now he assumes an attitude of a cowboy from the wild west, goes "Spaghetti... you miserable italian!! You've provoked me, now I will finish you off, you get what you deserve!!" Then pushes and start gobbling down the spaghetti with vigour.
Well, that sandwich he pushed aside was definetely...um, er... extremely original.