QUIZ: World Pizza Day
Are you a Supreme, Neapolitan, Meat Lovers or Hawaiian?
Do you think you know everything that there is to know about pizza? If you were to choose one meal to eat for the rest of your life would it be pizza? In celebration of the finest food creation in the world, we've decided to test your pizza-loving ways to see if you know as much about pizza as you love about it.
When is World Pizza Day?
How much is the world's most expensive pizza?
The most expensive pizza, Luis XIII, is $12,000 and takes 72 hours to make in Salerno, Italy. Three Italian chefs are behind the luxury pizza topping it with bufala mozzarella, three types of caviar, lobster from Norway and Cilento and finally dusted with hand picked grains of pink Australia sea-salt from the Murray River.
The world's biggest pizza is 1,261.65 m² (approximately 2.5 basketball courts) in size. True or False?
True. In December 2012, Dovilio Nardi, Andrea Mannocchi, Marco Nardo, Matteo Nardo and Matteo Giannotte prepared and won the Guinness World Record for the largest gluten-free pizza in the world, Ottavia measuring 1,261.65m₂ (13,580.23 ft₂) in total. Read more here.
What ingredients are found on a Capricciosa?
What was pizza named after?
In 2017, UNESCO inscribed Italy as part of their Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity for the art and culinary practice of making a Neapolitan pizza. True or false?
True. Read more here.
How do you say 'pizza' in Italian?
In May 2016, a team from Tanzania’s first Pizza Hut delivered a pizza to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro (5897m). True or false?
True. Pizza Hut Africa, YUM! Brands was awarded the Guinness World Record for the highest altitude pizza delivery on land in 2016. The delivery was celebrated alongside the launch of Tanzania’s first Pizza Hut. Read more here.
When was pineapple first put on pizza?
Sam Panopoulos was a Greek-born Canadian and invented the Hawaiian pizza in 1962. Read more here.