Whenever I go home to the Scranton area, going for pizza is high on my To Do list.
Not just any pizza will do. And I definitely don’t call for Domino’s or Pizza Hut. Sacrilege.
Old Forge style pizza I crave. When I visited my family for Christmas, my friend Kristin and I went to Salerno’s.
It was so satisfying. Great, familiar pizza shared with a friend I have known since we were five years old.
Have you ever tried this style of pizza?
1. Memories. History.
2. Old Forge style pizza. Note: not all are actually in Old Forge. My personal favorites include
Colarusso’s, Salerno’s and Armetta’s.
3. What constitutes ‘traffic’ and ‘lines’ makes me giggle. Parking is easy and on Black Friday, it was free downtown. When people complain, I want to show them city traffic and explain how it teaches patience but I bite my tongue. Usually.
4. Things are cheap.
5. Seeing family of course!
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For those of you who enjoy #scrantontweets, I give you #scrantonscenes.
Did you know that Scranton is The Electric City? If you watch
The Office, yeah, you probably did.