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Pizza

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on 9 May 2014

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Transcript of Pizza

History of Pizza
In the 1960s, pizza began to become popular as a fast food in North America
Different Types of pizza
Pepperoni
Sausage
Pizza also got spread to the Italian communities overseas.
Meat Lovers
Veggie
Having originated in the sixteenth century, pizza was probably first prepared in the humble homes of the poor.
Facts About Pizza
History Continued
The average pizzeria uses roughly 55 pizza boxes per day.
Cheese
We consume around 251,770,000 pounds of pepperonis every year.
Many of the basic elements of Italian Cuisine are familiar in North America Originated in Naples.
93 percent of Americans have eaten pizza in the last month.
Supreme
Pizza is a multi-billion dollar industry with pizzerias representing percent of all restaurants.
Pizza accounts for more than 10 percent of all food service sales.
94 percent of Americans eat pizza regularly.
3 Meat
Over 5 billion pizzas are sold worldwide each year.
October is the US national pizza month.
Eating pizza once a week can reduce the risk of esophageal cancer.
Stuffed Crust
Deep Dish
Cooking Tips
Cooking Tips Continued
• It's hard to roll dough that's too cold.
Basic Ingredients
• Keep everything well-floured.
• A great pizza must have a great crust.
• Don’t under bake the crust.
• Place the pizza low in the oven to help bake the crust.
• Try using a baking stone instead of a metal pan.
• Stretch the dough with your hands until it's as thin as you can get it.
• If you prefer a chewier crust, incorporate more flour into your dough so that it’s less sticky.
• Use a pizza stone, a pizza peel, and a pizza wheel for the best pizza outcome.
• Pizza dough is at its best when shaped gently by hand.
• Don't knead the dough before stretching it.
Pizza dough
2 ounces sliced pepperoni
• Watch closely so the pizza doesn't burn.
6 ounces shredded mozzarella cheese
Jar of pizza sauce
2 teaspoons of olive oil
2 cups of mushrooms (4 ounces)
Herbs such as oregano and thyme
• For a tender crust, use all-purpose flour.
• Never use a light-colored pan for baking a pizza.
• Press from the center to the outside or roll with a rolling pin from the middle.
Pizza of ancient Middle Eastern and Mediterranean Cultures made an early form of pizza
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