Me in ROME
Hey Guys, “I’m Back!” Somehow I lost my password for my Dashboard that I run sever websites from, including Daniel-Bellino-Zwicke.com (this Site), Big-Lebowski-Cookbook.com , Greenwich-Village-Italian.com , Vinyl-n-Vines.com , and NY-Foodie.com.
None of the Sites were down. They were all up and running, it’s just that I couldn’t get to the dashboard of each to make Post, so consequently there have’t been any posts on any of these sites for 3 months. I started a couple of New Sites in order to make posts, as I wasn’t sure if I would ever be able to get back on the sites, so I have another Author Website for myself at Daniel-Bellino-Zwicke .
COLONEL HARLAND SANDERS
KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN
SECRET 11 HERBS & SPICES
A BUCKET of CHICKEN at HOME
“Do You LOVE KFC KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN” ???
Of Course You Do !
YOU CAN MAKE IT at HOME
The RECIPES is Inside The BADASS COOKBOOK
“JUST IMAGINE IT”
Making Your Own KFC KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN at HOME
At Can Even TASTE BETTER Than at KFC
Just imagine making it fresh at home the way Colonel Harland Sanders Origianlly made it, FRESH ! Yes, Beleive it or not, if you follow the directions and make it fresh with the same recipe from Colone Sanders, your KENTUCK FRIED CHICKEN can TATSE EVEN BETTER than you can get at KFC. “No Kidding.”
What’s Better Than That” ??
In Order for Your KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN to Taste as GOOD or BETTER
Make FRIED CHICKEN just like COLONEL SANDERS
Photos Copyright Daniel Bellino-Zwicke
Started by Moe-the-Butcher’s father and mother, Vincenzo and Mariannina (Mary), the Albanese Family has been serving the very finest meats and poultry for nearly 85 years.
In a part of the city overrun with butchers, pork stores, and Italian deli’s, Albanese Meats and Poultry distinguished itself by catering to their customers and exclusively serving many of the specialty meats and holiday favorites desired by the mostly Italian immigrant community at that time.
Then in the early 50’s, Moe, after finishing college, joined the family business, as the success of the store on Elizabeth Street allowed them to expand their footprint on the Lower East Side with another store near the Williamsburg Bridge.
Then with the untimely passing of Vincenzo in 1954, the new shop was closed and Moe put aside his aspirations of attending medical school to join his mother on Elizabeth Street. He’s been there ever since.
Mary and Moe worked together on Elizabeth Street for nearly 50 years until her passing at the age of 97 in 2002. Now, Moe carries on the business and the great family tradition- serving only the finest cuts of meat with the same enjoyment and enthusiasm as the old days.