In Scranton and Pittsburgh and points between, Pennsylvania has its own unique ways with Pizza. Sure, you’ll find plenty of traditional Neapolitan-American pies, made in circles and cut into triangles, but pizza cuts are something else. The pie is rectangular as are its cuts (aka slices). Out in the western part of the state, into West Virginia, yeasty, thick-crusted trays (pies) get cooked with only tomato sauce on top. Pulled from the oven, the cuts are only then topped with cheese and whatever ingredients you want. Strange, messy, and curiously addictive!