Subject: Re: Pizza flavored something?
Date: 10/22/2018 11:24 AM
On 10/22/2018 6:47 AM, William wrote:
When we were stationed at Dow AFB Bangor Maine from 1961-1966, there was a Woolworth's
store on the corner of two main streets, and across from the original office of the Bangor
Daily News. Like most of their stores, this Woolworth's had a luncheon counter. They served
the usual fare, i,e.chicken croquettes, and the rest. However, one item I seem to remember
was a pizza flavored "something"? I can't remember what it was. Perhaps a breaded cutlet or
even another croquette. Do you or anyone of your readers have any ideas?
Thanks Very Kindly
I have a partial copy of Woolworth's Kitchen Manual from the 1960s, but I cannot find
anything in it that might be described as "pizza-flavored."
There are scans of several menus from Woolworth's Lunch Counter on the web. I looked at them,
but I could not find anything on the readable ones that would be pizza flavored.
See: Woolworth's Menus
Many of those menus are from Woolworth's in the UK. Woolworth's in Canada, the UK, and
Australia have had different menu items from the Woolworth's in the USA, and there was
some menu variation with local favorites even in various U.S. stores.
U.S. Woolworth's stores did have pizza by the slice at some point.
I did not find anything mentioned on the Web from Woolworth's that might be called "pizza flavored."
Could it have been something like"pizza rolls" or "pizza bites?"
I will post this for reader input.