Our Pugliese is made at Russo’s daily and is the only kind you’ll find in the area! As Tony Russo from Russo’s in Watertown, Massachusetts, says, “We don’t make enough, we should be making them more often!” this potato-based bread flies off the shelves every day.
These cactus leaves are almost thornless and perfect for cooking. With our Aloe leaves, you can use them for burns or for your next juice recipe. “There are a lot of recipes with aloe and a lot of uses, too!” says Tony Russo from Russo’s in Watertown, Massachusetts.
What should you look for when choosing a Christmas tree? Tony Russo from Russo’s in Watertown, Massachusetts has been a Christmas tree expert for over 60 years, and notes, “the first indication of freshness is color.” The Balsam Fir and Fraser Fir trees have a bright green color and a blueish-green tint on the underside of the foliage, indicating their freshness. “The foliage should be shiny, even,” according to Tony. Some may prefer the strong fragrance of the Balsams, while others may like the Frasers because of the density.
How do you know if a Watermelon is ripe? “Some people say you can tell by a thump!” says Tony Russo from Russo’s in Watertown, Massachusetts. A duller thump means it’s a little riper, and a higher thump means it's not quite as ripe. We aren’t sure it’s the truth, but there is definitely a difference! Test it out next time you pick up a watermelon at Russo’s.