National Cheese Pizza Day

National Cheese Pizza DayNational Cheese Pizza Day

Grab a slice of the classic topping-less option for National Cheese Pizza Day on September 5th. 

While the exact origin of the cheese pizza is unknown, it is believed to have evolved from traditions in Ancient Greece where it was common to add oils, cheese, and herbs to bread. The modern version of pizza is believed to have been created in Naples, Italy, using mozzarella.

Pizza was first introduced to the U.S. with the establishment of the first pizza parlor in the Little Italy neighborhood of New York City in 1905. The dish soon made its way across the nation with the first pizza place in Los Angeles opening in 1939, and in 1943, Ike Sewell invented the Chicago-style deep dish pizza at Pizzeria Uno, which still serves up the city staple to this day. 

So whether you prefer deep dish, a New York slice, or something a little fancier, be sure to savor the perfect balance of cheese, sauce, and dough in its simplest form this September 5th for National Cheese Pizza Day.

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