Wednesday, June 15, 2016

A quick Dollar Tree stop

 Living in the city places me minutes away from stores. We are now 5 minutes from a Dollar Tree-and a huge one at that! Stopped in for tissues, grabbed some car snacks to keep on hand.
We ran this errand as we swung back around to a local, Greek pizzeria to try them for the first time.

6 comments:

Lee Ann said...

That's a good looking pizza

thyme2save said...

What's the difference between Greek and Italian pizza?

CTMOM said...

Thicker crust, this one also came with pickled peppers vs uncooked green peppers. If we order from here again, we'll ask for no peppers.

meme said...

that pizza does look good. I am just a half mile from my grocery store, dollar tree, CVS - it is really handy being so close to your favorite stores. Not that I use these much, but it also has a Dunkin Donuts, sub shop, hardware store, off price card shop - think that is it.

I know I should not ask - but would love to see pictures of your rooms when you have them set up - if you think that is okay...

Anne in the kitchen said...

Living close to a Dollar Tree is a double edge sword. Don't even ask me how I know!

thyme2save said...

The difference is significant living close to your favorite/most used stores. Glad you now have nearness to needs because life is altogether different.

You offered a different answer than expected about Greek and Italian pizza. I thought it might be sauce and toppings. My locale in recent years changed sauce to taste more Tex-Mex. Although I like Tex-Mex foods, I do not like Tex-Mex pizza sauce.