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NEW! Tony’s Jams

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Posted on: September 5th, 2016

Quality Jams Tony’s is now making its own jams, which are made with the highest quality ingredients including organic peaches, apricots, and plums. Our jams contain no high fructose corn syrup, just natural evaporated cane juice, and pectin! Tony’s locally produced jams allow you to have the best flavors of summer year round. Our variety…

Colorado Seasonal Produce List

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Posted on: August 31st, 2016

A guide to Colorado seasonal produce Local Colorado seasonal produce is among the best in the country! But when are your favorite items are in season? If you have a craving for a strawberry and spinach salad on a snowy December afternoon, you can likely find the ingredients to satisfy your hankering. But should you?…

Beef Marrow Dog Bones at Tony’s

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Posted on: August 4th, 2016

Pictured here is “Ella” (named after Ella Fitzgerald) seen sitting by a cozy winter fire. She is Daniel Rosacci’s (Tony’s Market’s CEO) “favorite daughter.” Ella loves the beef marrow dog bones from Tony’s. The dog bones we sell at Tony’s Market are beef femur bones and are the strongest of all bones and full of…

Tony’s Stout Beer Cheese

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Posted on: July 28th, 2016

Earlier this summer, Tony’s Market charcuterie staff collaborated with Longview Creamery in Windsor, Colorado, and Baere Brewing in Denver to create a signature product: Tony’s Stout Beer Cheese, a soft mild cheddar with undertones of barley and a malty finish.

About the Famous Prosciutto Slicer at Tony’s

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Posted on: July 20th, 2016

At the Tony’s Market Broadway location, there is a hefty red slicer sitting near the deli counter that is affectionately called the “prosciutto slicer.” It’s a beast weighing in at more than 175 pounds with a hand crank and all. Despite its size, the slicer shaves off the thinnest and most delicate slices of cured…

A Rosacci Bratwurst Story

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Posted on: June 28th, 2016

A Rosacci Bratwurst Story by Daniel J. Rosacci, Tony’s Market CEO It was Memorial Day Weekend 1983, days away from my graduation at Arapahoe High School. I arrived at work after school that Friday and my Dad (Tony) handed me my sausage list, “1,200 lbs bratwurst, 800 lbs Italian sausage.” I am sure my eyes…

Simple Italian Elegance with Ricotta and Mascarpone

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Posted on: June 8th, 2016

There are a number of ways to use ricotta and mascarpone for breakfast, lunch, appetizers, supper or dessert! RICOTTA is wonderfully creamy and high in protein, but it has less than 1/6 of the fat found in a good brie. It’s a natural in both sweet and savory dishes! Ricotta Serving Ideas Salad: Whisk a…

The BEST Pork Ribs

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Posted on: May 26th, 2016

All about pork loin ribs Pork Loin Ribs are the ribs connected to the Pork Prime Rib and Loin New York Chops. Ribs connected to the most tender and flavorful meat, make most tender and flavorful ribs. Tony’s only buys the highest quality natural ribs from humane, responsible, sustainable Iowa farmers. We buy a smaller…

Fresh, Hand-Stretched Mozzarella at Tony’s

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Posted on: May 18th, 2016

When you get yours, simply slice and serve on your favorite sandwich, make into insalata caprese salad, melt on eggplant parmesan or layer into your homemade lasagna. Stretching mozzarella is a old world technique that Tony’s is committed to honoring. Follow along in this video to see the process, and why it is so superior!

Who Grounds Your Meat?

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Posted on: April 27th, 2016

Who grounds your meat? It’s important to know where your food comes from especially meat. We hear so much about food recalls in the news because large-scale central processing and over-the-road shipping is the cheapest way for chain stores, food clubs, restaurants, and institutions to buy foods. This allows them to sell at a low…

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