Google Doodle is celebrating one of the most popular Italian dishes, loved and most favorite all around the world – pizza – with an interactive and animated doodle game. The global search engine with its inscribed doodle denoted the day when the culinary art of Neapolitan “Pizzaiuolo” was listed on the UNESCO Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
You can play it yourself on the PC, laptop, or mobile phone. The interactive pizza doodle asks you to cut the pieces virtually and move to the next level.
As indicated by Google, on this day in 2007, the culinary Art of Neapolitan ‘Pizzaiuolo’ was listed on the UNESCO Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. To celebrate the day, Google released a fun game for its users.
On this day in 2007, the culinary art of Neapolitan “Pizzaiuolo” was marked on the UNESCO Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. The pizza puzzle game features the 11 most beloved pizza toppings from everywhere in the world and challenges clients to cut dependent on the type of pizza ordered. Those playing the game should watch out for the requested toppings and number of slices—the more accurate the order, the more stars you earn! Google said. One can play the game by clicking on the Google logo on their home page, and it will take them to the interactive puzzle.
The Origin of Pizza
Even though flatbread with toppings has been consumed for centuries in antiquated civilizations from Egypt to Rome, the southwestern Italian city of Naples is generally credited as the origin of the pizza known today (dough layered with tomatoes and cheese) in the late 1700s.
It’s here that the story of pizza starts: one that is prepared along with centuries of global migration, economic development, and technological evolution.
Today, an estimated five billion pizzas (350 slices per second in the U.S. alone) are consumed globally every year.
What Is The Art of Neapolitan ‘Pizzaiuolo’?
The Art of Neapolitan ‘Pizzaiuolo’ starts in Naples, the capital of the Campania Region. It is a culinary work on includes four different phases identifying with the preparation of the dough and its baking in a wood-fired oven, including a rotatory movement by the baker.
Also, Naples is broadly credited as the origin of pizza in the late 1700s. Today, an estimated five billion pizzas (350 slices each second in the US alone) are consumed internationally every year, Google said.
As indicated by UNESCO, there are three essential categories of bearers – the Master Pizzaiuolo, the Pizzaiuolo, and the baker – as well as the families in Naples who replicate the art in their own homes.
Toppings In The Google Doodle
In the game, you can find the following classic toppings:
- 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
- Mozzarella Pizza – Cheese, Oregano, Whole Green Olives
- Hawaiian Pizza – Cheese, Ham, Pineapple
- Magyaros Pizza – Cheese, Salami, Bacon, Onion, Chili Pepper
- Teriyaki Mayonnaise Pizza – Cheese, Teriyaki Chicken, Seaweed, Mayonnaise
- Tom Yum Pizza – Cheese, Shrimp, Mushrooms, Chili Peppers, Lime Leaves
- Paneer Tikka Pizza – Paneer, Capsicum, Onion, Paprika
- Dessert Pizza- Endless Possibilities
Pizza Puzzle Game
A few of the most beloved pizza toppings are featured in the pizza-themed puzzle game, which challenges you to slice your pizza dependent on the type that was ordered. In any case, give close consideration to the toppings and number of slices – the more precise the order, the more stars you’ll get!
While flatbread with toppings has been consumed for a really long time in antiquated civilizations from Egypt to Rome, the southwestern Italian city of Naples is for the most part credited as the origin of the pizza we know today (mixture layered with tomatoes and cheese). The story of pizza starts here: a story that has developed over the centuries of years because of global migration, economic development, and technological advancement.
Internationally, about five billion pizzas are consumed every year (350 slices each second in the United States).