Friday, December 2, 2011
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One pan serves approximately 9 Anello size pieces. Available while supplies last.
Purchase and hand delivery available in Brooklyn, Queens and Manhattan only. Please note, We can not deliver outside of these boroughs of NY.
This year, for the first time, we are sharing some of our holiday feast with you. No longer will you have to look at beautiful pictures of amazing food and wonder if it tastes as good as it looks. We are making limited quantities of our signature meat lasagna and will deliver them right to your door. Remember, we are southern Italian’s so no bechemel here…just pure red sauce and triple meat, triple cheese. Now go start planning your feast!
Each order contains a 9×13 reusable steel pan full of our famous 5 layer lasagna. Delivery is included in your purchase. (Brooklyn, Queens and Manhattan only please). We will deliver your order chilled along with proper reheat instructions. Each pan will feed 12-15 adults or 9 Italians. Ingredients: Tomato sauce, Tomato paste, pork, beef, veal (ground), spices, mozzerella cheese, ricotta cheese, parmesan cheese, pasta noodles (egg, flour, water), olive oil
Delivery will be on December 19th in the evening. After you complete your purchase we will contact you for specific timing and location information but please include delivery address at time of purchase in the shipping address field.
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Wednesday, September 21, 2011
I took a tour and explored the catacombs just outside the city of Rome and after they brought us to a farm for some cooking lessons. We were making Gnocchi that day and the eatin was good. I had a lot of fun watching this Italian women make Gnocchi for us all. She eventually had a few of the guests come up to help out. I wanted to join but there was no more room at the table. When it was asked who would like to help make Gnocchi (she didn’t ask because she did not speak a lick of english) I was busy stuffing my face and missed out. Maybe next time.Continue reading...
Wednesday, February 24, 2010
That headline may leave some of you a bit grossed out. Let me clear this up quickly. These two activities were not done simultaneously. Last Friday night started out with my first trip to the Russian and Turkish baths in the east village. It seems ridiculous that I had not visited this ancient neighborhood hot spot for the for six years I lived just four blocks away. Never-the-less, I was being taken by a veteran so I had little worry other than; “How hungry do you get during this ritual?
I will forgo the full description of what took place in the bowels of this dank, decrepit, building and get straight to the food. For those who have never gone, let’s just say it is an attraction. Communal steam baths, ice plunge pools and really tiny towels make for a sweaty, medieval, journey into a masochistic, voyeuristic and narcissistic land of multi, age, shade and gender new yorkers. The point here is when you are done bathing you are really hungry. Like, eat a horse hungry. We didn’t do that but we did…Continue reading...
Sunday, January 31, 2010
After 5 months at sea and with over 12 new countries under his belt (and in his belly), Ant returned home yesterday. Home for only a short 2 months before he heads out again, we made sure to start the eating immediately. My parents picked Ant up from his inbound flight, dropped his bags in Manhattan and then made their way to my place in Brooklyn for a traditional Anello homecoming meal.
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Friday, January 1, 2010
Well that was 2009. Was it good for you? It was great for us. Ant celebrated 3 times, once in Australia, once in New Zealand and once NYC time. For me, the last night of the decade started with a meal as you would expect. The leftover lasagna we housed at Serena and Josh’s was delish. The lovely thing about lasagna is that the more days it sits in the pan the better it gets. We accompanied the day old delicious with two tasty pizzas. Spinach, mushrooms, mozzerella, pepperoni and dough from the joint down the block were the building blocks. Here are the results…Continue reading...