National Cheese Pizza Day
Although we are all enamored of piling toppings onto our favorite pizzas, the simple cheese pizza is celebrated with National Cheese Pizza Day. It is estimated that there are more than 70,000 pizzerias across the United States, demonstrating how pizza has been adopted into the national psyche. Bizarrely, pizza especially a basic cheese pizza was regarded by its Italian inventors as food for the lower classes who could not afford the luxury of meats. The components are cheap, requiring just flour, yeast and water to make a basic dough, with toppings often being picked from local trees and made from local milk.
“Everyone prefers some foods over others, but some adults take this tendency to an extreme. These people tend to prefer the kinds of bland food they may have enjoyed as children – such as plain or buttered pasta, macaroni and cheese, cheese pizza, French fries and grilled cheese sandwiches – and to restrict their eating to just a few dishes.” – Andrew Weil
Whether you’re a fan of a deep dish from Chicago or prefer the more authentic Italian thin base pizza, now you have an excuse to indulge. If you require to spoil yourself, head down to Pizza Luis XIII restaurant in Salerno, Italy, where the world’s most expensive pizza has been created costing $12,0000.
History of National Cheese Pizza Day
On September 5th, one of the most popular varieties of pizzas gets its day of honor. Hold the toppings, please. In ancient Greece, the Greeks closed their bread with oils, herbs, and cheese which some hope is the beginning of the “pizza.” In Byzantine Greek, the word was spelled “πίτα,” pita, meaning pie. The Romans developed a sheet of dough topped with cheese and honey, then flavored with bay leaves.
The fresh pizza had its beginning in Italy as the Neapolitan flatbread. The real pizza used only mozzarella cheese, mainly the highest quality buffalo mozzarella variant which was constructed in the surroundings of Naples. It was determined that the annual production of pizza cheese in the United States in 1997 was 2 billion pounds. The first United States pizza establishing opened in 1905 was in New York’s Little Italy. Pizza has become one of America’s favorite meals.
Other Celebrations on September 5
September 5, 2018, is also celebrated as
How To Celebrate Cheese Pizza Day
Feasting Pizza Day, which is also sometimes known as National Cheese Pizza Day in the United States, is easy. Here are some ways to feast this good holiday. Make your cheese pizza at home from scratch. Experiment with various types of cheese. Perhaps you could try replacing the mozzarella with blue cheese, brie or some creamy goat cheese? Have cheese pizza for all your meals. Begin with a breakfast pizza, with feta cheese, bacon, and eggs. Have a standard cheese pizza for lunch, and a gourmet cheese pizza with your preferred meat and vegetable toppings for dinner. Complete the day with a dessert pizza – pizza with cream cheese, chocolate, and berries. Visit your favorite pizza place and treat yourself to a slice or two of their cheese pizza. You can use the hashtag #Cheese Pizza Day to post on social media.