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Steve and Irene’s

Steve and Irene’s - Great food, get some.

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North of Scranton, in a tucked away corner of a small easy to miss strip mall sits Steve and Irene’s. If you can find Mayfield, Pa on a map it’s because Steve and Irene’s put it there.

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A standard issue old sign, genuine, authentic. Hides the quality of the food from many people. Pull in, take a breath and go through the door. Get a great hoagie.

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Catalano’s

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There’s a small Italian specialty shop in Scranton’s Westside that imports great Italian products. They have Italian stoneware for sale on the side in the back of the shop. Worth browsing if you are looking for some authentic pieces.We picked up a few serving platters and dishes made in Italy.

The place see heavy traffic around lunch time for their hoagies.

Italian hoagies in a pure form.

Hot or Mild, get a few of each.

Serious…

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This year’s Greek  Food Festival started yesterday and runs through Saturday, June 7th.

Get there if you are anywhere near downtown Scranton, it is worth stopping in for the food. Here’s a map if you need directions.

Sweet and delicious

Baklava

I’ve written about this festival before. You can check out a previous post on this festival here. It’s one of my earliest posts.

This year I want to highlight the sweets. Greek pastries are exceptional, the church community does a spectacular job showcasing the best of the best. Take home some pastries.

Greek desserts

Pastries on display.

We sampled Baklava, Koulourakia, Kourambiedes, and Finikia. All were amazing, make sure you get enough to share and some for later. You know after everyone else is sleeping a little Baklava is what you need.

A delicate butter cookie

Kourambiedes

Here is a link to the menu for the 2014 festival, read it, know it, call in your order.

Greek Festival Menu

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A New Post! - Greek Food Festival 2014 #Scranton #Greekfestival This year’s Greek  Food Festival started yesterday and runs through Saturday, June 7th. Get there if you are anywhere near downtown Scranton, it is worth stopping in for the food.

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Snapshots and moments. Scranton PA 2014.

First tree hugger snowfall 2013

Long Island cheese pumpkins. Before and after roasting. Soon to be pies.

Upstate NY Seneca Lake wine trail. Search for festivals and events at the wineries. Craft brewers mostly honor regional growlers, so be prepared to let someone else do the driving.

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