Old Forge Pizza

Around Old Forge, Pennsylvania, on the outskirts of Scranton, restaurants specialize in pizza that is thick-crusted and usually rectangular, divided into squares which are called cuts. (And the pizza is not known as a pie; it is a tray.) The basic elements of Old Forge pizza are sweet tomato sauce, mild cheese topping, and crust that is thick, crisp, and airy: a pizza that is much more American in character than it is Italian.

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