Where was the first pizza prepared?

Tasty - Pizzaaaaaaaaaaaaa
India
November 9, 2006 10:04am CST
No idea.
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@Magsman (147)
• Sweden
9 Nov 06
The romans needed to feed the army easy when out fighting war so the served the bread as the plate for food, that then became the pizza
@Tatsuya (1150)
• United States
9 Nov 06
I'm pretty sure the first place a pizza was prepared was in Italy. And then it migrated over to the United States somehow (I can't remember how) and I couldn't live without it.
9 Nov 06
Yeah i would guess italy.
@sbeauty (5871)
• United States
9 Nov 06
I have no clue, either. However, as usual, I do have a story. I had a high school German teacher who had lived and traveled in Europe. He said that when they went to Italy they wanted some real Italian pizza. They went into the pizzaria and placed their order. The waiter said, "What would you like with your pizza?" My teacher said he and his family looked at each other puzzled and said, "Nothing. We just want pizza." When their pizza finally arrived they found it to be nothing but a slice of toasted bread with something brushed on it. No wonder their waiter had seemed so surprised with their order.
• India
9 Nov 06
pizza - pizza
Piza or pissa is late Vulgar Latin (9th century) flat bread, and apparently came to mean a flat bread with a cheese topping by the 14th century in some Italian dialects.Pizzo, which means "point" in Italian, may have been an influence. Many languages around the Mediterranean have similar words meaning flat bread or unleavened bread The Italian word for a person with talent for making pizza is pizzaiolo. A restaurant that serves pizza is called a pizzeria (from Italian)
• India
9 Nov 06
italy