Sun Nov 12th

National Pizza With The Works Except Anchovies Day

The fishes will be kept in the freezers, according to Anchovies Day. On November 12th, Anchovy enthusiasts will take over. All the other pizza lovers get their due and pile on their toppings. With olives, pepperoni, sausage, peppers, and onions, this year's pizza holiday takes center stage. How about mushrooms, bacon, or pineapple? Approved! On this national day, there is no fishy market or no pizza for you.

Anchovies are a family of small, common salt-water forage fish, and they are classified as an oily fish. 144 species have been found in the Atlantic, Indian, and Pacific Oceans. Anchovies are a small, green fish. The caudal fin's base has blue reflections caused by the silver longitudinal stripe, which begins at the base of the caudal fin.

Anchovies are traditionally processed in a salt brine and then packed in oil or salt, resulting in a strong, distinctive flavor. Optionally, they can be pickled in vinegar, giving the anchovies a milder flavor.

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  • The Greeks sprayed their bread with oils, herbs, and cheese in ancient Greece. According to some, this is the start of the pizza
  • The word "pita" was spelled in Byzantine Greek, indicating pie
  • The Romans invented a sheet of dough with cheese and honey as a topping. They then flavored it with bay leaves, which they then flavored it with bay leaves
  • The Neapolitan flatbread was the first pizza to be introduced in Italy
  • The original pizza was made in Naples using the highest quality buffalo mozzarella variety, and only mozzarella cheese was used
  • The United States exported 2 billion pounds of pizza cheese each year in 1997
  • In Little Italy, New York's Little Italy, the first United States pizza restaurant opened in 1905 was in Little Italy, New York
  • Americans are huge fans of pizza. It's one of our favorite meals, so much so

Now that you know how pizzas are made, be sure to remove the fishing pole at home because this holiday is called National Pizza with the Works Except Anchovies Day. Understood?

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This is a great day to bring your pizza making to a new degree. There are no limits to the types of pizzas you can make other than the anchovies thing. You can choose thin-crust pizzas or stuffed crust. Have you ever tried making your own hand-tossed pizza dough? Now is your chance.

Toppings of any kind come to mind. Start by washing out the fridge and getting to experimenting. Is it your favorite cheese? Do you like cheese? In every combination, Pile it on. Sausage and pepperoni are old standards. How about salmon, venison, or crab? Is there a box of leftover udon noodles from last night? Try an Asian-style pizza with a hoisin sauce. It's National Pizza With the Works Except Anchovies Day, after all.

So, make a pizza with the works in any style you like. Just leave the fishies out of the equation. If you're going out for your favorite pizza with the works, be sure to shout out to the restaurant and tell us what a pizza with the works means to you.

To post on social media, use the hashtag #PizzaWithTheWorksExceptAnchoviesDay.

Pizza FAQ

Q. What other types of fish top a pizza?

A. There really isn't a limit to the types of ingredients you use on your pizza pie. The main thing is that the flavors go well together. You can always choose the ingredients you don't like. When you're making a seafood pizza, you'll want shrimp, salmon, lobster, tilapia, and tuna.

Q. Which is healthier, thin, or thick crust pizza? Thin crust pizza has fewer calories than thick crust pizza, according to A. Thin's A. Thin crust pizza. In addition, adding additional vegetables such as peppers, tomatoes, spinach, and onions to the pizza increases the health benefits, as well. Mushrooms and olives are also popular. While some options are healthier than others, the cheese and meats will almost always raise the calories, but some recipes are healthier than others.