Pizza is something both steeped in tradition and constantly changing. There’s no wrong way to make it, top it or eat it! Different regions and cultures have put their own spin on this tasty meal for centuries.
Join the Pizza Project to learn about the history and experiment with different versions.
In this project, you’ll learn:
- The history and cultural significance of pizza
- How to safely prepare and cook pizza
- How to make substitutions for a healthy version
- Dozens of recipes for things like pizza soup, sushi pizza, chocolate pizza and more
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Sustainable Agriculture & Food Security
At the height of the Persian Empire, it is said that the soldiers of Darius the Great (521-486 B.C.), accustomed to lengthy marches, baked a kind of bread flat upon their shields and then covered it with cheese and dates. Learn more about this household staple in the 4-H Pizza Project!