In today’s Google doodle allows you to slice pizza with the help of your cursor, with some rules about the number of slices you get and the toppings on each slice. Pizza represents cultures from around the world, including Italy, Argentina, Canada, Hungary, Japan, Thailand, India and Brazil.
Google Doodle Pizza:
Why are we celebrating Pizza on December 6? On the same day in 2017, the culinary art of Neapolitan “Pizziello” was inscribed on the UNESCO Representative List of Human Cultural Heritage. In other words, pizza became the cultural touchstone of the human race. Other items on the list of intangible cultural heritage of humanity include camel races as well as “exercises related to the production and use of couscous”.
Types of Pizza:
Pizza is one of the most popular dishes in the world, and each culture has its own way of making it. Types of pizza in the interactive game include margarita, pepperoni, white, calabresa, mozzarella, hawaii, magiarus, teriyaki mayonnaise, tom yum, cheese tika and dessert.
Tom Yum Pizza is based on the traditional Thai soup called Tom Yum, and the pizza contains prawns and mushrooms with flavors such as lime and lemon grass.
If seafood is not your thing on pizza, you can try Hawaiian pizza, topped with savory ham and sweet pineapple, or paneer tikka pizza, covered with cottage cheese and hot spices.
Google said in a blog post that an estimated five billion pizzas (350 slices per second in the United States alone) are eaten internationally each year.