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Happy #NationalSausagePizzaDay !!
Usually Tuesdays are for tacos because... well... you know... #TacoTuesday
But, not this week! It’s time to celebrate the sausage pizza!!
What better way to celebrate than by trying out the Pampered Chef Cheeseburger Pizza?!
Yeah, I couldn’t think of one either!
Want to try this delicious pie? Just follow the link in my bio!!
Hey y’all!! For #nationalsausagepizzaday the other day I made @theflexibledietinglifestyle broccoli egg white pizza with chicken sausage on top! This thing is HUGE, very filling with minimal calories. High protein, low carb, and moderate fat depending on your ingredients. I TOTALLY RECOMMEND!!
October 11th was National Sausage Pizza Day 😁 Naturally, this day celebrates sausage pizza and it’s greatness. I personally would say that sausage is probably my second favorite pizza topping and I think that it is well deserving of national recognition lol. Whether your pizza is thin crust, hand tossed, thick crust or deep dish, top it with delicious Italian sausage and celebrate National Sausage Pizza Day. Hope everybody had a great day 🎉🔥 #CelebrateEveryDay#NationalSausagePizzaDay#October11th
Never can I say no to this good looking pie... a Big Brother with Italian sausage, pepperoni, bell pepper, green onion, and mushrooms on a perfectly thin-n-crispy crust. Bonus points for the oval shape and rectangular slices. 🍕 #thatdallasfoodie @ifratellipizza #nationalsausagepizzaday
People always ask me how I lost so much weight or how I attain my body. Well the answer is, I’m patient with myself.
I don’t do any crazy diets or obsess over numbers on a scale.
I just adopted the healthy lifestyle. My dad and sis both had gastric bypass, so I knew that could be my fate if I didn’t change my lifestyle and way of thinking. So I learned how to control my cravings and stopped binge eating my feelings away. That helped a lot lol I learned moderation and started being grateful for all the millions of things my body does for me. .
But the biggest lesson I learned was to be kind to myself. I tend to be my biggest critic and over work myself, without ever giving myself any credit for all that I do.
So with food and fitness, I knew it had to be different. I had to learn to not beat myself up if I wanted a dang slice of pizza. .
For me being healthy is a lifestyle, not a race.
So when I want the pizza...
I eat the pizza 🍕 .
Life too short 🍕🍕
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Today is Sausage Pizza Day!
Today we celebrate and eat sausage pizza! Sausage is one of the most popular pizza toppings, but this was not always the case. The history of pizza dates back hundreds of years, to when pie-shaped flatbreads with toppings were first eaten in Naples in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. At the time, this coastal city was not part of Italy, but its own kingdom. The working poor, or lazzaroni, lived outside or in small homes, and needed cheap food. Pizza consisted of flatbread with toppings such as tomatoes, garlic, cheese, oil, or anchovies, and it was sold by street vendors and informal restaurants, and eaten for any meal. Pizza didn't end up becoming popular in the rest of Italy until the 1940s.
It was in the United States, where Neapolitans immigrated to, that pizza gained in popularity. The first pizzeria in the United States was Lombardi's, which was started in New York City in 1905. Lombardi's is still in business, and although it is in a new location, the original oven is still in use. Neapolitans brought pizza to many other cities, including Trenton, New Haven, St. Louis, Chicago, and Boston. Pizza became popular all over the country, especially following World War II. Many styles of crusts and different toppings became popular in different regions. Eventually, pizza made its way back to Italy, as well as to other parts of the world.
How to Observe
Celebrate the day by eating sausage pizza! You could eat it at a pizzeria, perhaps at one that has one of the best sausage pizzas in the country. You could also make a frozen sausage pizza at home, or make a homemade pizza.