which came first Italian or Greek Pizza?
Three questions first Greek Pizza a Greek pizza a Greek-American adaptation of an Italian dish?
Second if not what is the proper Greek term?
Third counting the anchient terms which came first?
- Zena IC XC NIKALv 71 decade agoBest Answer
JESUS ATE GREEK PIZZA ( FACT.. LOOK AT THE ICON)
JESUS DID EAT GREEK PIZZA ( YES GREEKS HAD PIZZA IONS BEFORE OTHERS ( EASTERN PEOPLE HAD PITA .. FROM WHICH THEY MADE PIZZA( ALL WAS COPIED FROM GREEKS
JESUS THE GEOMETER ICON( AN ICON IS WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS)
JESUS THE GEOMETER ( NOW ALL DOES THIS LOOK LIKE A PIZZA OR WHAT ????? GREEKS KNEW HOW TO PORTRAY JESIS
MEASURING THE EARTH AS SOME CLAIM ( THE PIZZA WAS)\
GREEKS INVENTED PIZZA
Greece, Ancient Greek InventionsThis would be a significant contribution although Wikipedia says that PIZZA was invented together by the ancient Greeks in Italy and the Etruscans, ...
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Who invented pizza? - trivia question answer. ... The foundations for Pizza were originally laid by the early Greeks who first baked large, round and flat ...
OUR WORLD IS ROUND BUT EVERYTHING IN IT IS FLAT :)
LATHENIA , LADENIA ..GREEK FOR PIZZA
Homemade Greek Pizza - Recipe for Lathenia - LadeniaIn Greek: the Greek word for pizza is lathenia (also spelled ladenia), λαδένια, say: lah-THEN-yah. ..
THE BEGINNINGS OF PIZZA..
The Greek historian Herodotus handed down several Babylonian recipes that were similar to 'pizza'. The ancient Greeks demonstrated knowledge of a wide range of foods, very popular and quite widespread, that can be considered as the archetypal versions of pizza. From the numerous
RIGHT FROM HISTORY
historical testimonies given by Greek writers, it was understood that these kinds of pizzas were called ' maza '. In ancient Rome, ' placenta ' and ' offa ', the terms used to describe pizza prepared with water and barley, were used as the main cereal. At the beginning of the Middle Ages, the term 'pizza' was already widespread; however, several local words were used to indicate the kinds of 'pizza' that differ in taste or in the ways they were prepared. These 'pizzas' were well appreciated by aristocratic and popular people during the Middle Ages as well as the Renaissance.
THE ORIGIN OF PIZZA. ANCIENT. PLAKUNTOS
FROM STONE AGE :)
Origin of Pizza
The origin of pizza can likely trace its roots to the Stone Age, that’s right…bread is one of the oldest foods known to man and the earliest "pizza" was likely a result of these early people adding other ingredients to their bread, around 8500 BC.
To begin with, the pizza was very rudimentary. It was not even called pizza then. It was just plain and simple flat bread (what we now call the pizza crust). From this you can suppose that the history of pizza originated in ancient times, whenever people started baking dry, crusty bread. Of course, the ancient pizza was baked using stone ovens.
The toppings differentiate the pizza from plain bread. The real "ancestors'" of pizza (if such can be attributed to something inanimate) are rumored to be the Ancient Greeks' so-called "plakuntos." This looked like the modern-day pizza - it was flat or thin, it was round and it had toppings. Naturally, the pizza toppings then were quite basic. The pizza toppings of old were simple herbs. Similar foods were common in the Persian and Mediterranean region around 500 to 400 BC.
- ElcyLv 44 years ago
They found a pizza in a cave? Anyways they'd have to ask americans because the Americans were the first to invent pizza even if they were of Italian decent Add: It's funny who upset people are getting about Pizza... ie. It was the Greeks, It was the Turks, It was the Italians... Pizza is Pizza anyways I'd like to think of it as an American-Italian creation, because the Italians make good food =)
- Anonymous1 decade ago
italian, greeks cant cook pizza thats why they don't have a greek pizza hut