Today’s interactive Doodle honours pizza, one of the world’s most popular foods. In this day in 2007, the Neapolitan “Pizzaiuolo” culinary art was inscribed on the UNESCO Representative List of Humanity’s Intangible Cultural Heritage.
This pizza puzzle game has some of the most popular pizza toppings from across the world, and it challenges you to slice according to the style of pizza you’ve ordered. But keep an eye on the specified toppings and slice count—the more exact your order is, the more stars you’ll receive!
Although flatbread with toppings has been eaten for ages in ancient civilizations from Egypt to Rome, the late 1700s in the southwestern Italian city of Naples is largely acknowledged as the birthplace of the pizza people know of today (dough topped with tomatoes and cheese). The origin of pizza begins here, a saga that spans centuries of global migration, economic progress, and technical advancement.
Every year, an estimated five billion pizzas are devoured worldwide (350 slices every second in the United States alone). Pizza is here to stay, no matter how you slice it!
The Google doodle features 11 pizzas that a client needs to cut, which are Margherita Pizza (Cheese, Tomatoes, Basil), Pepperoni Pizza (Cheese, Pepperoni), White Pizza (Cheese, White Sauce, Mushrooms, Broccoli), Calabresa Pizza (Cheese, Calabresa, Onion Rings, Whole Black Olives), Hawaiian Pizza (Cheese, Ham, Pineapple), Mozzarella Pizza (Cheese, Oregano, Whole Green Olives), Magyars Pizza (Cheese, Salami, Bacon, Onion, Chili Pepper), Tom Yum Pizza (Cheese, Shrimp, Mushrooms, Chili Peppers, Lime Leaves), Teriyaki Mayonnaise Pizza (Cheese, Teriyaki Chicken, Seaweed, Mayonnaise), Paneer Tikka Pizza (Paneer, Capsicum, Onion, Paprika) and Dessert Pizza with unlimited conceivable outcomes to settle on one of your decision.
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