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Feast of the 7 Fishes

12/11/2017 |

La Voce The Feast of the Seven Fishes is part of the Italian-American Christmas Eve Celebration. It is a feast that typically consists of seven different seafood dishes. It originates, however, from Southern Italy, where it is known as The Vigil (La Vigilia). Some Italian-American families have been known t ...

Enjoy our famous Panettone

12/8/2017 |

Enjoy our famous Panettone The holidays are here in full force and we couldn’t be happier! The Frigo family would like to wish you and your family a very Happy Holiday Season. Since the 1950s, Frigo’s has been upholding many Italian traditions and family recipes and sharing them with our loyal c ...

A Festival of Thanks: A Season for Reflection

11/18/2016 |

Imported olives, stuffed artichokes, mushrooms, and peppers are all available for purchase at both Frigos locations. ...

How to Start at Tradition: Make Really, Really Big Meatballs

9/15/2016 |

It’s just about that time again. Fall is in the air, mornings are getting cooler, Sunday night football has returned and the fairgrounds are opening. This weekend we will be back at the Big E for what has become a Frigo’s fall tradition- it’s onepound meatball eating time! ...

When Summer Gives You Lemons...

8/29/2016 |

With August in full swing summer is making its presence known, and just in case you haven’t noticed, it’s hot outside. This is no time to be standing in a steaming kitchen trying to put together dinner for the family. Why not escape the afternoon heat and treat yourself and the kiddies to some refreshingly, frosty house-made Italian ice. ...

July 29th is National Lasagna Day!

8/4/2016 |

To celebrate National Lasagna Day on July 29th, Joe Frigo was featured on Western Mass News and made his famous Five Minute Lasagna. He also showed viewers how to make easy manicotti. ...

The Measure Of A Man

4/25/2016 | Anina Kostecki

Our gourmet subs were just nominated as one of Massachusetts favorite sandwiches. We thank all of our customers who voted for us and feel that it’s important to share the inspiration behind this Frigo favorite. It’s a story of a towering man with a huge heart, a veteran of both WWI and WWII- Joe’s grandfather and namesake, Papa Joe. ...

Buona Pasqua, Mommy Francis’ Easter Shadone

3/22/2016 | Anina Kostecki

You can order your Easter ham, leg of lamb, stuffed artichokes and Easter pies at Frigos.

If Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year for Italians, then Easter is surely the most joyous. It is yet another excuse for us to feast. ...

Looking forward the passage to springtime

3/7/2016 |

The Frigo Family Crest depicts the town of Asiago, where wheels of this wonderfully aromatic mountain cheese are made in the foothills of th ...

Leave the wings, take the Lasagna, It's Game Day!

2/3/2016 |

The Super Bowl is an unofficial holiday in the Frigo family, it’s all about the game…and the food. It is another excuse to gather with friends and eat well. Not that you ever need an excuse to eat Mama Frigo’s world famous lasagna. ...

Stuffed and Trussed - the Sunday Roast

1/18/2016 |

Our boneless pork roasts are stuffed and rolled with parsley, breadcrumbs, prosciutto, garlic, fennel, and mozzarella. Sitting on a bed of onions, carrots and and potatoes, it’s the quintessential “one pot” meal. Your only job is to put it in the oven and let it cook low and slow. Not sure how big of a roast you need? Our individually stuffed pork chops are an ideal alternative. ...

From starry skies descending - The Christmas Cookies

12/22/2015 | Anina Kostecki

With bagpipes crescendoing and Christmas bells ringing “Tu scendi dalle stelle” or “From starry skies descending” in the kitchens of Nonnas everywhere, Christmastime is here. And that means cookie making. Italians take Christmas cookies very seriously. Actually, they take everything about Christmas very seriously. It is the happiest time of the year after all. ...

Before the meal - An explanation of “antipasto”

12/14/2015 | Anina Kostecki

“To pick”, “to enjoy”, “little tastes”, “to relish”. Italians have an assortment of phrases to describe the ritual of antipasto. Literally translated, antipasto means “before the meal” or “before the pasta” and it signals the beginning of the fe ...

The gift of cake: Frigos continues the tradition of Panettone Christmas Greetings

12/3/2015 | Anina Kostecki

Joe still remembers his grandma, Mommy Francis, working the dough for the Christmas Panettone, pushing it down and letting it slowly rise on top of the water heater, dressed up in a festive red handkerchief. ...

Our table and yours

11/20/2015 |

This is a wonderful time of year. We are cheerfully stocking our shelves and counters with special delights of the season- chestnuts from Italy, dried figs, a wide selection of imported cheeses just to name a few. We love seeing customers come into the store looking for the traditional foods that they put out for their antipasti and holiday meals. ...

A Special Day

11/16/2015 | Anina Kostecki

Frigos started selling 274th Il Novello Sicilian Extra Virgin Olive Oils six years ago. What makes this olive oil so unique? It is an olive oil made from a single variety ofolive known as the Biancolilla olive. The olives are hand picked, starting on the 274th day of the year, October 1st. ...


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Buon Natale

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