By RUPERT GRAYAARDThe first pizza was a simple rectangle of bread and butter, the second was a sausage and cheese sandwich with toppings and the third was a tomato and cheese salad topped with onions and a red sauce.
Now, as more pizza chains around the world push to open their kitchens to the public, many have decided to add an extra step to their pizzas: toppings.
For the most part, the toppings on pizza are made up of either cheese or meat, but there are exceptions.
For example, in a recent episode of “The Amazing Race,” pizza chef Michaela Suter was asked to serve a pizza with tomato and basil instead of cheese and a bacon-wrapped egg.
“I had a little bit of a shock, but I was fine,” Suter said.
The first step to taking your food to the next level is choosing the toppling you want to serve on your next order. “
And now that the popularity of pizza is on the rise, restaurants across the country are taking on the challenge.
The first step to taking your food to the next level is choosing the toppling you want to serve on your next order.
To help you decide which toppings are right for your taste, we asked a panel of experts to answer a few of our questions about the topping craze.