Eating Pizza Outside In The Snow

Sam Wilkinson

According to a faithful reader, I'm Ordinary Times's "least thoughtful writer." So I've got that going for me, which is nice.

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3 Responses

  1. fillyjonk says:

    A nice memory.

    I was born in Morgantown, I don’t remember it because my parents moved before I was a year old, but I wonder if that hill was like the hill my mom talks about them having lived on – they changed rental houses midyear one year because the coal smoke “down in the valley” bothered my mom’s lungs, and up on the hill was better (this would have been the mid 1960s).

    There is a particular joy in being able to get the food you want under otherwise-difficult circumstances.Report

  2. Murali says:

    Aren’t pan pizzas from pizza hut about an inch thick? I thought in between would be about 1 cm. And italian pizzeria (i.e. roman) thin is less than half a cm( usually about 3mm). New york pizzas tend to be 6-7mm thickReport