With Google’s fun doodle, you can celebrate pizza and put your pizza-cutting skills to the test

11:48 AM Dec 06, 2021 | Team Udayavani |

Pizza is one of the most popular fast foods consumed and enjoyed around the world. Today’s Google Doodle is an interactive and animated doodle game that honours pizza.


In 2007, the culinary art of Neapolitan ‘Pizzaiuolo’ was also placed on the UNESCO Representative List of Humanity’s Intangible Cultural Heritage. Google created a fun game for its users to play on their laptops, PCs, and mobile phones to commemorate the occasion. The interactive pizza doodle urges you to virtually cut the pieces and go to the next level.

This pizza puzzle game offers 11 of the world’s most popular pizza toppings and challenges you to slice according to the sort of pizza ordered. The required toppings and amount of slices must also be kept in mind—the more correct the order, the more stars you win!

The Google doodle features 11 pizzas that a user has to cut, which are Margherita Pizza (Cheese, Tomatoes, Basil), Pepperoni Pizza (Cheese, Pepperoni), White Pizza (Cheese, White Sauce, Mushrooms, Broccoli), Calabresa Pizza (Cheese, Calabresa, Onion Rings, Whole Black Olives), Hawaiian Pizza (Cheese, Ham, Pineapple), Mozzarella Pizza (Cheese, Oregano, Whole Green Olives), Magyars Pizza (Cheese, Salami, Bacon, Onion, Chili Pepper), Tom Yum Pizza (Cheese, Shrimp, Mushrooms, Chili Peppers, Lime Leaves), Teriyaki Mayonnaise Pizza (Cheese, Teriyaki Chicken, Seaweed, Mayonnaise), Paneer Tikka Pizza (Paneer, Capsicum, Onion, Paprika) and Dessert Pizza with endless possibilities to make one of your choice.


Although flatbread with toppings has been eaten for ages in ancient civilizations from Egypt to Rome, the late 1700s in the southwestern Italian city of Naples is largely acknowledged as the birthplace of the pizza we know today (dough topped with tomatoes and cheese). The origin of pizza begins here, a saga that spans centuries of global migration, economic progress, and technical advancement.

Every year, an estimated five billion pizzas are devoured worldwide (350 slices every second in the United States alone). Pizza is here to stay, no matter how you slice it!


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