Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Return of the Sunday Family Dinner

Ah, the traditional Sunday dinner. Unfortunately, today's busy schedules can sometimes make sit-down family dinners nearly impossible. Forget about having the time to actually cook a whole meal! But now there is an easier way to serve up a delicious family-style meal with the ease of Mama Mancini's Meatballs and Sunday Sauce from

Slow roasted for six hours for an authentic old-world Italian flavor, Mama Mancini Meatballs in Sunday Sauce are bursting with flavor and absolutely delicious! These meatballs and Sunday Sauce will successfully challenge any family recipe. The meatballs are jumbo sized and are terrific paired with favorite pasta, or even on their own. Mama Mancini Meatballs and Sunday Sauce were developed and created by Dan Mancini from an authentic recipe that has been in his family for generations. The recipe owes its traditional Italian flavor to Dan's grandma, Ann Mancini, who immigrated to the United States through Ellis Island in 1921.

"Out of respect for every grandmother, I say 'These meatballs and Sunday Sauce may not be the same as your Grandmother's, but they are made with the same love,'" said Daniel Mancini. Mancini noted, "Sunday dinner at Grandma's house was always pasta and meatballs. Big, saucy meatballs that filled you up and made you feel good inside. I'm proud to partner with to be able to bring Grandma Mancini's famous recipe, known throughout the neighborhood, to all of America."

Mama Mancini's Famous Meatballs and Sunday Sauce are available online at for $39.90 per dozen meatballs. The meatballs are shipped frozen anywhere in the United States and take just 20-30 minutes in the oven to heat up, serve and impress!

Karen Wolf Brown, co-owner of, recommends ordering several boxes to keep in the freezer for those days when you want to have a delicious, traditional family dinner, but don't have the time to cook a full-blown meal.

"The Mama Mancini Meatballs and Sunday Sauce are so good, your family will be begging for more," noted Wolf. "And, they just might stay at the dinner table a little longer.." is an Internet-based purveyor of fine gourmet appetizers and is a family-owned business with more than 30 years experience satisfying the discriminating palates of chefs, caterers, hoteliers and country clubs. Managed by husband and wife team of Matt Brown and Karen Wolf Brown, who have taken their years of experience in the foodservice industry and brought restaurant and cater-quality hors d'oeuvres directly to the general public via the Internet. is the premiere online appetizers site and has been offering its appetizers directly to the consumer for the past six years. has recently updated its offerings to provide hot, new appetizers handmade from the freshest ingredients from award-winning, time-tested recipes, perfected by Master Chefs, such as its new Michael Schulson line of appetizers, and its Mama Mancini Meatballs and Sunday Sauce by Daniel Mancini. www.Appetizerstogocom offers more than 100 hors d'oeuvres shipped directly to the consumer, ready for any occasion whether it is an elegant anniversary, engagement or wedding reception, or a casual backyard barbecue, sophisticated New Year's Eve extravaganza, hip Halloween Party or creative children's party. can be found on the web at or by calling 1-800-757-0058.


Anonymous said...

This business is run by a man named Gerry Mancini & Rhonda Parker who have basically stolen money from Rhonda's disabled brother Kenny Parker who was kind enough to invest in their business in 2006. The agreement between the parties was that Kenny's initial investment of $25,000 plus $5,000 interest was to be repaid by January 23rd, 2008. Since that time a total repayment of $13,750 has been made. Kenny is out $16,250 and with him being confined to a wheelchair & requiring constant, round-the-clock care, this is an absolute atrocity. How can a sister and brother-in-law treat their disabled family member in such a manner. I think this is a good example of the type of people who are operating this business. Until the money is repaid in full, I urge everyone to boycott this company. They are depriving Kenny of his emergency Medical money. What kind of people take advantage of a young man who was willing to invest in their business at the expense of his health.

Anonymous said...

Gerry was just on Martha Stewart this morning. Maybe someone should alert her this situation.

Matt Brown (co-owner) said...

As co-owner of MamaMancini's Meatballs and Sunday Sauce, I am disturbed that people can say anything they wish with this form of media despite slandering. While I am saddened by Mr. Parker's situation, we are not related in any way to a Gerry Mancini or Rhonda Parker. I had never heard of these individuals until I saw this posting. Our Mancini is a gentleman named Daniel (not Gerry), and I'm sure there are thousands of other Mancini's who are also not related to the Gerry you speak of. Please do not maliciously hurt the reputation of a hard working family business because of a misunderstanding. Thank you.