Do you ever find yourself thinking about when you had the BEST interactions with friends and family? Do you ever remember what you were eating? With us, it’s usually pizza. Mostly because it’s easy to transport and we’re able to grab a slice, and continue watching television, or playing, or telling jokes. It’s not as formal of a dinner or lunch, and most everyone can swing a pie every now and again – even if you’re a poor college student. When you travel, it’s always fun to find the local pizza join and compare them to your local spots. Being from Chicago and all, you know that we have high standards for our pizzas. We LOVE finding new places, and adding them to our list of approved spots outside of our city.
Red Baron pizza is looking for stories that surround the dinner table with pizza. They know that pizza is the food that brings so many people together, and where EVERYONE can have the type of slice that they want. I mean, how else could you divide food up to have different toppings and it be acceptable? No other way, that’s how.
I remember this particular trip was one of the first family trips that we took where the twizzlers were vocal about what they wanted to do. We visited the zoo and had a blast walking around for hours! The children still have little mementos that they pull out and tell me the story about how they got them. I also remember how easy it was to get them into bed that evening. No arguments, just sweet slumber as they thought about the fun filled day they had in Milwaukee.
What about when you just can’t get out, or order either, and you don’t have time to make your OWN pizzas from scratch, no matter how much you want to? Well, Red Baron would like to be there for you and they would love to be a part of your pizza memories down the line. They want to be a part of those old photos that you pull out with your grandchildren and reminisce about the folks in the photo and what you were doing at the time.
Traditions are built around food, and the food that seems to speak everyone’s language is pizza. What are you waiting on to create your own timeless tradition?