About National Pizza with the Works Except Anchovies Day
We can't believe that pineapple gets a free pass today, while poor little anchovies get a ban.
Anchovies are small, saltwater fish that are commonly used as a flavoring ingredient in many dishes, particularly in Mediterranean and Asian cuisines. They have a distinct, strong, and salty taste that is often described as "briny." Anchovies are usually sold in jars or cans, either packed in oil or salt, and can be used whole, filleted, or chopped and mashed into a paste.
Anchovies are a popular pizza topping, and are also frequently used to flavor Caesar salad dressing, pasta sauces, and other dishes. They are also a key ingredient in Worcestershire sauce. Some people love the flavor of anchovies, while others find it overpowering and prefer to avoid them. Regardless, anchovies are a versatile and flavorful ingredient that can be used to enhance the taste of many dishes.