Google’s interactive Doodle lets you slice pizza with your cursor. There are rules regarding the number of slices and toppings you can use on each slice. These pizzas are representative of cultures all around the globe, including Brazil, Argentina, Canada and Hungary.
What is the point of celebrating pizza Dec. 6th? In 2007, the UNESCO Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity inscribed the Neapolitan “Pizzaiuolo”, a culinary art.
Pizza became a cultural symbol of humanity. The list also includes camel racing and practices pertaining to production and consumption couscous.
Pizza is a popular dish all over the globe, but every culture has its own way of making it.
You can choose from a variety of pizzas in this interactive game: margherita or pepperoni, white, and calabresa.
Tom yum pizza is inspired by the Thai traditional soup tom yum. It is made with shrimp, mushrooms and flavors such as lime and lemongrass.
If seafood isn’t your thing, try Hawaiian pizza with sweet ham and pineapple or paneer tikka with cottage cheese (paneer), and garam masala spice.
Google stated in a blog post that five billion pizzas are consumed each year (350 slices per second in America alone).
Google stated in a blog post that flatbread with toppings is something that has been eaten for centuries in ancient civilizations such as Egypt and Rome. However, it is widely believed that the invention of modern pizza was made in Naples, southwestern Italy, in the late 1800s.
Margherita pizza’s origins date back to centuries.
History.com says that Queen Margherita and King Umberto I went to Naples in 1889. They tried pizza on their journey. Queen Margherita was a big fan of pizza with tomatoes, cheese, and basil, which led to the creation of the modern margherita pizza.