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Written by Jane N. Golub Director In-Store Marketing Programs MAMA MANCINI’S MEATBALLS Mama Mancini’s Meatballs and Slow Cooked Italian Sauce are a home-style Old World Italian treasure created from recipes Dan Mancini’s grandmother brought with her to America.  Never written down, existing only in her heart, at the age of 15, Dan’s grandmother, Anna Mancini, taught him all of them. mamamancin228beefmeatba The meatballs are made from 100% beef, whole fresh eggs, Romano cheese, onion, parsley, salt, pepper and bread crumbs.  They are formed by hand, lightly browned, placed in sauce and slowly cooked for three hours – this is the only way to prepare authentic Old World Meatballs and Sauce.  Gently stirring every twenty minutes guarantees perfect meatballs every time. We are very proud to be able to offer this amazing family dinner available to everyone.  What was a four hour process takes you just twenty minutes – just heat them up and serve! Mama Mancini’s didn’t invent the meatball – they just perfected it!  Look for Mama Mancini’s Meatballs in the Fresh Meat case. SADLER’S SMOKEHOUSE REAL TEXAS BARBEQUE sadler16texasbbqpulledporkINTRODUCING SADLER’S SMOKEHOUSE REAL TEXAS BARBEQUE! Now find real Texas Barbeque in your local Price Chopper’s meat case. Smokers, with rotating rotisserie racks, allow the meat to self marinate, locking in all the flavor and juices. The smoke is created by natural hardwood coals from logs, which creates the real smoke flavor, with no bitterness.  Only Hickory, Pecan, Mesquite and other hardwoods are used; Sadler’s does not use woodchips, charcoal or artificial smoke flavorings.  With a 14 – 16 hour smoking process, each piece is cooked to a tenderness specification and each piece is inspected before it is taken out of the pit. Fully cooked, ready to heat and eat in 2 minutes.  Sadler’s is committed to offering the best premium BBQ meat products! Try these great tasting favorites:
  • Pulled Pork
  • Country Style Ribs
  • Sliced Beef Brisket
  • Chopped Smoked Beef

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