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Home style, old world Italian food created from recipes my Grandmother brought with her to America. Never written down, existing only in her heart. At the age of 15 my Grandmother Anna Mancini, taught me all of them. Now stored in my heart. I am so proud to bring Anna’s amazing recipes to your table. My dream come true. From Anna’s heart to my heart to your table.

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1 day ago

Mama Mancinis

Wish me luck! I'm heading to San Francisco to meet with Safeway/ Albertsons to hopefully get my Meatballs and Sauce into their markets. I hope to have good news for all my west coast friends!
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Daniel Mancini
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Wish me luck! Im heading to San Francisco to meet with Safeway/ Albertsons to hopefully get my Meatballs and Sauce into their markets. I hope to have good news for all my west coast friends!
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Daniel Mancini

 

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Hey, Dan! Good luck in your future endeavors. Saw your meatballs are at Costco. Are they at all Costco warehouses? I'm in CT.

Good Luck..(Your Meatballs Rock)..Ever since I ordered them from QVC I am spoiled now....Their to die for.

How about getting them back to Price Chopper,BJ's other local chains ????

This is awesome, will they also be sold at Safeway/Albertsons in the L.A. area?

Perfect! It’s about time. Aren’t you in Whole Foods out here?

What about Safeway here in Florida, do they carry your meatballs?

Now we're talking! Fingers crossed.

Yes Please!!!!!

Good luck! U got this!!

Good Luck❤️❤️

Good luck

Good luck!

Good luck Dan. Piece of cake. You are a honest good man. Things come to people who are good. Doesn’t hurt to have the best meatballs and sauce!. Except for my mamas . Which your sauce is just like hers. 🙏

That would be so awesome. Safeways are one of the main grocers in the Pacific Northwest besides Fred Meyer. Hope it works out for Mama's and me. Good fortune.

Good luck. You have a wonderful product so you shouldn't have any problems. They will be happy to have your products.

we shop at Jewel all the time!

Do U have your products in HEB? I shop HEB they R always so nice & friendly & great service

Awesome Daniel that would be great!!!!!!!

We had the Peppers. They were delicious!

Wishing you all the best, Daniel!

Good luck, I'm sure your trip will be successful

Longest bridge in world. Bay bridge goes from africa to fairyland lol

Wishing you the best!!

While your there ask them bring Albertson back to Sacramento that was best store ever

Wishing you luck. Maybe they have a link for customer request. So your brand can be requested..

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1 day ago

Mama Mancinis

Here is how I roast my turkey to make sure it does not dry out. Seasoning etc is another post.
1-I buy a fresh not frozen turkey. Thawing out a frozen turkey takes a long time and you need to be 100% sure the turkey is completely thawed before roasting and sometimes that's difficult. If you buy a frozen turkey make sure it is fully thawed before roasting.
2-I dry the skin with paper towels then place it in the fridge for a couple hours to let the skin dry as this helps crisp it up.
3-I allow my turkey to sit out for 30 minutes or more before roasting to come to room temperature. A cold turkey will cook unevenly and could dry out.
4-I rub room temperature butter under the breast skin and all over the outside of the turkey. The butter under the skin will help to keep a turkey juicy.
5-I don't tie the legs back because if they are tied too tight this will not allow the oven heat to circulate around the parts of the turkey the legs are pressed against
6-I use a piece of tin foil and tent it over the top of the turkey and try not to open the oven too often, heat is released when the oven opens. I remove the foil the last 30 minutes of roasting
7-I always and this is most important, I use a thermometer either a instant-read or probe style to check the temperature. I place the thermometer in the thickest part of the thigh. I remove the turkey at 170°F and let it rest for 30 minutes. I love the thermometer that you insert the probe and it is wireless using Bluetooth technology that allows you to monitor the temperature of the turkey from outside of the oven.
8-I never brine my Turkey, too much mess and risk of contamination and I personally have never found a difference in the end.

This is how I roast my turkeys.
😍Daniel Mancini
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Here is how I roast my turkey to make sure it does not dry out. Seasoning etc is another post. 
1-I buy a fresh not frozen turkey. Thawing out a frozen turkey takes a long time and you need to be 100% sure the turkey is completely thawed before roasting and sometimes thats difficult. If you buy a frozen turkey make sure it is fully thawed before roasting. 
2-I dry the skin with paper towels then place it in the fridge for a couple hours to let the skin dry as this helps crisp it up.
3-I allow my turkey to sit out for 30 minutes or more before roasting to come to room temperature. A cold turkey will cook unevenly and could dry out.
4-I rub room temperature butter under the breast skin and all over the outside of the turkey. The butter under the skin will help to keep a turkey juicy.
5-I dont tie the legs back because if they are tied too tight this will not allow the oven heat to circulate around the parts of the turkey the legs are pressed against
6-I use a piece of tin foil and tent it over the top of the turkey and try not to open the oven too often, heat is released when the oven opens. I remove the foil the last 30 minutes of roasting
7-I always and this is most important, I use a thermometer either a instant-read or probe style to check the temperature. I place the thermometer in the thickest part of the thigh. I remove the turkey at 170°F and let it rest for 30 minutes. I love the thermometer that you insert the probe and it is wireless using Bluetooth technology that allows you to monitor the temperature of the turkey from outside of the oven. 
8-I never brine my Turkey, too much mess and risk of contamination and I personally have never found a difference in the end. 
This is how I roast my turkeys. 
😍Daniel Mancini

 

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I must be doing something right because I do just about everything that you do! My only differences are I butter the inside cavity as well as the skin and under the skin and I roast mine in a cooking bag. The skin turns out crispy and brown and the turkey is nice and juicy.

Will try the drying in frig. I do tent it, but baste it with butter quickly every 30 min. Take the tent off the last 45 min of cooking. Will try your tips this Thanksgiving

Going to try this,thanks!

Thanks for your recipe & tips--so kind of u.

Thanks Daniel for the post

Perfect every time!

Thanks Dan!

Thanks 🥗

Ok. Again you got me so hungry right now. I can taste the turkey. Never dried it or put back in frig. Will do that. I agree with u on brining.?

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