Great American Pizza Bake
Even though the name Pizza isn’t first used until the 19th century, it has been a long-standing tradition. Warm bread, cheese, and sauce are some of the most popular combinations of food.
Great American Pizza Bake is an excellent way to celebrate these delicious pizzas. Also, take some time to read about the long history of pizza throughout civilization.
As far back as 8000 B.C.E. In ancient times, people began to make flatbreads from flour by mixing it with dough. The Egyptians, Romans and Greeks first suggested that bread could be used as a plate for a variety of toppings such as meats, stews, thick broths, vegetables and fruits.
The tomato was one of the key elements that made pizza from baked flatbreads and toppings. It was introduced to Europe in 16th century Americas. Many people used the yellow cherry tomato as decoration because it was originally believed to be toxic.
People gambled with the fruit after the plague struck, and it didn’t kill them. The last ingredient that made pizza was mozzarella made from buffalos. It was introduced in Campania’s southern region in the sixth century C.E.
Flatbreads were initially sold on streets by merchants, but Antica Pizzeria Port’Alba, Naples, Italy, is considered the first pizzeria to open in the world in 1738.
Pizza arrived in America with the arrival of the first wave Italian immigrants in late 19th century. In the 1980s, pizza was a popular American food. Wolfgang Puck, a Los Angeles-born German chef, became famous for his gourmet pizzas with ingredients like duck sausage, goat cheese and pesto.
Great American Pizza Bake is a week-long holiday that was inspired by these movements. It encourages people to bake pizza at home and has control over the ingredients.
Celebrate Great American Pizza Bake by making delicious pizzas. You can find many recipes online to help you make quick dough.
You can experiment with homemade sauces and add as many toppings or as few as you like. This week, have a pizza party with friends and family. You might even organize a contest to determine who made the best pizza.
Share this holiday on social media using that hashtag #GreatAmericanPizzaBake and let your friends know it’s time to bake!