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Green eggs and Ham

St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner and what better way to celebrate than to make a scrambled green egg sandwich. The kids will love it!

Scrambled green egg sandwich Ingredients: 4 large eggs (or 1 cup egg substitute)1/4 cup chopped green pepper6 Tablespoons water1 Tablespoons finely chopped green onions1/2 teaspoon green food coloringCheddar cheeseTwo slices of your favorite Cellone’s sliced breadHam or bacon whichever you prefer How to make the scrambled green egg sandwich: First, grab a cup then stir the water and food coloring together. Set aside. In a lightly greased frying pan barely coated with olive oil, sauté the green pepper until tender....


Bread Hacks: What to do with that fresh, leftover bread.

Do you have leftover bread in your kitchen that you don't want to go to waste? Put your worries to rest; bread can be used for more than just eating! Here at Cellone's, we would like to share some bread hacks on using that fresh, leftover bread.  Remove Stains- Bread is an excellent natural cleaner. White or rye bread rolled into a ball is like an eraser that can lift stains of walls, wallpaper, kitchen cabinets,...

Healthy Eating

Is your New Year’s resolution to eat healthier?

If you are looking to add healthier options to your eating habits, you are in luck Cellone's has come up with some healthy toppings for your toast. You can still enjoy a slice of Cellone's toast without smothering it in butter. Avocado - Instead of using cheese on your toast, try sliced or mashed avocado to top your toast. This snack is quick to make and is rich in unsaturated rather than saturated fats.Mashed or sliced...


Holidays with the Cellone Family

What is a traditional Italian Holiday dinner like? Here at Cellone’s, our traditional Italian holiday dinner usually consists of ham, vegetables, and a pasta dish. Every Italian family has its standard food items for the holidays, and one of our family favorites is lasagna, and of course, there will be wine, either red or white. Lastly, we also serve Cellone’s Italian garlic bread or a side of Cellone’s Italian sliced bread. Making our Italian garlic bread...

Sliced Bread

10 Creative Things to Make with Thanksgiving Leftovers

Thanksgiving Day always brings lots of enticing dishes to the table, but since so many of us are cooking for large crowds on that day, the most important question becomes, what are we supposed to do with all of the leftovers? Of course, no one likes to waste food, but the good news is that you don't have to if you know what to do with your leftovers! The thing is that learning what to make...

Frankenstein Toast

This Monster Avocado Toast Is Perfect for National Frankenstein Friday

Frankenstein Friday is an unofficial “holiday” developed to honor the monster described in Mary Shelly’s book Frankenstein. The holiday is currently celebrated on the last Friday in October, which is the 29th of October this year. While there are a lot of ways to celebrate the day, why not celebrate this year with a yummy treat that looks just like the monster in Frankenstein? Based on the book published in 1818, Shelly was only 21 years...

Three Sandwiches

Easy-to-Make Brown Bag Lunch for School

Planning lunches is one of many tasks that parents must tackle during the school year. Trying to get kids up, cleaned, dressed, and out the door on time is not easy. By the time you finish breakfast, you may not have the time or energy to prepare lunch. Luckily, preparing a nutritious lunch only takes a few minutes. For example, consider packing a brown bag lunch with a sandwich and a side dish. You can stack...

Baseball Snacks

The History Behind Your Favorite Stadium Snacks

If you’ve ever been to a Pittsburgh Pirate’s game, you may have wondered why baseball stadiums serve the classic staples they do throughout the park's concession stands. Of course, we're talking about delicious snacks such as hotdogs, peanuts, and crackerjacks (just like the song says)! The History of the Hotdog The hotdog dates back to the 15th century when the “frankfurter” was created in (you guessed it) Frankfurt. For a while, it was simply a sausage. Sometime...


The Summer of Grilled Pizza

Is there ever a wrong time for pizza? The real answer is no. Pizza tastes great all-year round. However, who wants to heat up their oven to over 400 degrees on a hot summer day? Keep the heat outside this summer and throw your pizza on the grill! And besides, grills have the ability to mimic that wood-fired oven taste more than your conventional indoor oven can do. We’re happy to share how with you how...


Let the Cookouts Begin!

The weather is finally warming up, and we hope it stays that way. It’s time to spend more time outside being active, enjoying the sun, going on picnics, and one of our favorite activities—grilling! We believe that any nice day is a great day to fire up the grill, but in case you need an excuse, there are multiple holidays in May that call for a celebratory cookout. Did you know that May 16th is National...

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