Clicking on the doodle will bring up 11 pizza menus, giving users the option to cut.
Google’s doodle today is very different. Today, Google is celebrating Pizza Day, the most popular dish in the world. Pizza is one of the most popular dishes in Italy. Google has created a special doodle on Pizza, which can be played at the click of a video. Google Doodle features a popular pizza menu with a pizza cutting game.
Google has stated that the recipe for Neapolitan “Pizziulo” was added to the UNESCO list of delegates on this day in 2007. It was described as the abstract culture of humanity. That’s why Google Doodle today includes the popular pizza dish.
Clicking on the doodle will bring up 11 pizza menus, giving users the option to cut. After this users will also get stars under a special programming. Which they can also share. Remember that the more accurate the slice, the more stars you will get.
Many of the 11 pizzas cut by the user are as follows:
Margarita Pizza (Cheese, Tomato, Basil)
Pepperoni pizza (cheese, pepperoni)
White pizza (cheese, white sauce, mushrooms, broccoli)
Calabresa Pizza (Cheese, Calabresa, Onion Ring Hole Black Olive)
Muzzarella Pizza (Cheese, Oregano, Whole Green Olive)
Hawaiian Pizza (Cheese, Ham, Pineapple)
Magyaros Pizza (Cheese, Salami, Bacon, Onion, Chili)
Teriyaki Mayonnaise Pizza (Cheese, Teriyaki Chicken Seaweed, Mayonnaise)
Tom Yum Pizza (cheese, prawns, mushrooms, chili peppers, lemon leaves)
Paneer Tikka Pizza (Cheese, Capsicum, Onion, Paprika)
What is the history of pizza?
Flatbread with toppings has been used for centuries in ancient cultures from Egypt to Rome. But the southwestern Italian city of Naples has been known as the birthplace of pizza (tomato and cheese flour) since Bradley in the late 1700’s. There have been many changes in the way pizza is made since time immemorial.