A whole new meaning to ‘pizza to go’

Apr 9, 2020 | Uncategorized

By Mary-Justine Lanyon

When Louise York, owner of LouEddie’s Pizza in Skyforest, announced that they would be selling pizza kits for children to assemble their own pies, 8-year-old Triston Whitten of Lake Arrowhead was one of the first takers.

“I am the number one fan of LouEddie’s Pizza,” Triston said. “Making my own pizza was a lot of fun. I especially liked spreading out the dough with my fingers.

“My pizza turned out really good,” Triston added. “It was a lot of fun making it. The best part was eating the whole pizza all by myself!”

The pizza kits are available for $6.99 with the purchase of a regular pizza. Call (909) 336-4931 to place your order.

LouEddie’s is now also offering parbaked pizzas and garlic knots for customers to finish off at home for piping hot pies and knots when they want them.



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