The interactive Doodle tasks you with slicing up a range of Pizzas, from classics like margherita and pepperoni to more off the board choices like Hawaiian and teriyaki mayonnaise
The interactive Doodle tasks you with slicing up a range of pizzas, from classics like margherita and pepperoni to more off the board choices, like Hawaiian and teriyaki mayonnaise.
Why is there a Pizza Google Doodle?
On this day in 2007, the culinary art of Neapolitan ‘pizzaiuolo’ was inscribed on the Unesco Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
However, The Doodle makes you use your mouse to slice up a virtual pizza.
And moreover you get stars depending on how well you follow the instructions.
Above all, A pizzaiuolo is the Italian name for a specialist pizza chef.
“The art of the Neapolitan ‘Pizzaiuolo’ is a culinary practice comprising four different phases relating to the preparation of the dough
And its baking in a wood-fired oven, involving a rotatory movement by the baker.
“The element originates in Naples,
the capital of the Campania region, where about 3,000 Pizzaiuoli now live and perform.
“Pizzaiuoli are a living link for the communities concerned.
Moreover, There are three primary categories of bearers –
Such as the master pizzaiuolo, the pizzaiuolo and the baker .
As well as the families in Naples who reproduce the art in their own homes.”