Perfect for a lazy summer afternoon by the pool. This recipe is perfect when made in advance and served chilled. It bursts with flavors of fresh tomatoes!
It’s time for the classic meatball parm sandwich. This satisfying meal works well for lunch or dinner. We’ll show you how to create your own meatballs but completely understand if you just want to buy some from your local market. Your choice!
Not sure what to make for dinner tonight? How about breakfast!? Regardless of when you prepare this dish, it is going to be a favorite. It’s time for our take on poached eggs in tomato sauce.
I received this for Christmas and now it's the only pasta sauce I will use. It's rich yet light. How do they do that?
We tasted Classic Vodka Sauce about a year and a half ago, and since then will have no other with our pasta! It is light, silken, easy
on your stomach, and is equally good with additions as it is by itself. We order it now in multiple jars, and never want to be without!
This is a wonderfully light and refreshing sauce to use on pasta, bruschetta or just about any recipe that calls for vodka sauce. The flavor enhances the food, it does not overpower it.
I’m very happy to have discovered this brand and look forward to trying other products in their line.
And the company is first class. A terrific all-around experience.
Light the candles. Dim the lights. Add a small bouquet of Hydrangeas. Set the table with your best stoneware. Then, open a Jar Goods Classic Vodka Sauce and heat just a little under boiling, spoon onto your favorite pasta, and, with or without freshly grated parmigiano reggiano and small cuts of fresh basil from the garden, you will taste a rich, complex sauce that is better than any I have ever purchased. I promise. This IS a taste treat that might compete with your grandmother's fresh out of the garden heirloom tomato sauce! I have ordered more of the Vodka Sauce and an assortment of all the others. Anxious to try each and every one.
This the best jar sauce ever made. It is better than my grand mothers and better than a lot of places in N.Y. that call themselves an Italian Restaurant. Please stay the course!