Old Forge Pizza

Old Forge Pizza Definition

Old Forge Pizza is a style of pizza that originated in the former coal-mining town of Old Forge, Pennsylvania.

Old Forge Pizza is similar to the Sicilian style but higher and has a crust that is less crunchy and without color. It’s characterized by a rectangular, thick crust with a cheese coat.

Check our pizza styles article for more information.

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