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Tony’s Feeds the Hungry

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Posted on: December 21st, 2016

On Friday, Dec 16th, Daniel Rosacci, Tony’s CEO, and Joseph Orrino, Tony’s Vice President, dropped off the first round of Good Neighbor Program donations. Over 1,500 pounds of food were unloaded from Daniel’s truck and placed in the kitchen of Haven of Hope, ready to be distributed to the community. As announced in early November,…

Locally sourced and processed, dry-aged beef

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Posted on: November 25th, 2016

Tony’s is serious about supporting our local communities, through small businesses. Since 1978, we have prioritized working with Colorado companies because we believe that when we help each other succeed, our community thrives. This weekend, in honor of Small Business Saturday, we have a selection of locally raised and processed dry aged steaks on sale.…

Delicious Homemade Cranberry Relish

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Posted on: November 22nd, 2016

We’re celebrating National Cranberry Relish day with this delicious recipe from Tony’s kitchen. Find this cranberry recipe and more on our website! Click here for cranberry recipes.

Supper is Ready! – No Orders Needed!

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Posted on: November 21st, 2016

We’ve got your entire holiday menu ready to heat and serve at Tony’s!  We’re stocked, staffed and ready to make your holiday special, come and get it! Fresh or Cooked Turkey Heat & Serve Roasted or Cajun Fried Turkeys and Sliced Turkey alla carte.  Fresh Natural, Organic and Heritage Turkeys.  Spatchcock, Cut Up or Boned…

Stay Warm and Healthy with Teakoe Tea

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Posted on: November 14th, 2016

Winter is upon us! Daylight Savings has passed, and we are facing longer nights and cooler temperatures. Which, let’s face it, makes all of us want to go into hibernation. Plus, the influx of holiday parties and family gatherings can make staying healthy a bit of a challenge. Try Teakoe Tea this holiday season! Teakoe’s…

Thanksgiving Prep and Planning Guide

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Posted on: November 7th, 2016

The professional chefs and event coordinators behind Tony’s Fine Catering have been making gourmet meals to feed a crowd for over 10 years! While your guest list may be significantly smaller than theirs, these tried-and-true tips for meal prep and entertaining will help you create an easy, relaxing, and thoughtful Thanksgiving Day! First Week of November Finalize your guest…

Turkey Labels: What does that mean?

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Posted on: November 3rd, 2016

Your turkey’s label contains words that are regulated by the USDA, as well as marketing buzz-words. The goal of the USDA is to protect the consumer from misleading marketing terms, but often the truth get’s lost behind appealing words. Tony’s executive chef, Mick, explains the truth behind the labeling terms you’ll see when shopping for your Thanksgiving Turkey. Turkey…

What Is a St. Louis Rib?

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Posted on: October 24th, 2016

Go to any BBQ competition in the Kansas City circuit, and chances are you will find St Louis Style Ribs. That’s because they are flatter than back ribs which make them more uniform and easier to brown on the grill. Otherwise known as “spareribs,” the ribs are located three to four inches below the well-known back…

Beef London Broil Instructions

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Posted on: October 10th, 2016

An old favorite, Beef London Broil is an amazingly flavorful cut of meat. Cut from the hind section called the Round, the London Broil refers as much to a cooking method as it does to a cut of meat. Correct cooking and slicing will produce a wonderful family beef dinner at a friendly price. Tony’s…

The Tony Rosacci Fine Catering Winter Menu Is Here!

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Posted on: October 3rd, 2016

With the changing of the leaves and less and less sunlight every day, there is a sense of sadness that summer is over. However, here at Tony Rosacci Fine Catering, there is also a sense of excitement. Holiday parties are upon us! What a wonderfully busy and creative time for our culinary team. They’ve developed…

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