Catch Steve on the Radio on Friday, April 24th.
Here’s a list of interviews that Steve will be doing.
KTRS-FM …St Louis
Carney in the Evening
KABC Los Angeles
McIntyre in the Morning with Terri-Rae Elmer
WUTQ 100.7FM .Buffalo/Syracuse NY
Talk of the Town w/ Mark Piersma & Frank Elias
WWRZ/MAX 98.3 LAKELAND FLORIDA…serving Orlando/Tampa metro
Max Morning Show with Eric and Mike
KQTZ/Altus, Oklahoma City
Cameron Dole Experience
The Regular Guys
KXPT-FM, 97.1 The Point …Las Vegas
Mornings 97.1 The POINT
Catch Steve on the Radio on Wednesday, April 22nd.
Here’s a list of interviews, in sequence, which Steve will be doing from 9AM to 11AM.
WHPT / Tampa, FL
The Mike Calta Show
WOCM-FM 98.1 …Synd Maryland DE, VA, NJ
The Morning Show
The Regular Guys
WBGG-Miami, WZZR-West Palm Beach, WCZR-Port St. Lucie, WAIL-Key West
PAUL & YOUNG RON SHOW
Mancow Muller Show
Bob & Brian
KONY FM ..Utah into Las Vegas
Carl Lamar Show
KEVT-AM1210 Tucson AZ
Jim Parisi Show
WTPL The Pulse 107.7. Concord/Manchester, NH
Food for thought with Carol and Mike (daily noon to 2:00 Eastern)
Host(s) Carol Lawrence, Mike Morin
Steve Schirripa will be appearing at The Foodtown in Cedar Grove, NJ on April 26th between 1pm and 2:30pm.
If you’re in the area, come by and meet Steve. He’ll be posing for photos with fans and signing autographs. And, of course, don’t forget to have a taste of Uncle Steve’s sauce.
DealsAmongUs.com gave us a great review!
“The first sauce we tried was the Tomato Basil Sauce. We decided to cook up some sausage and spaghetti to mix with the sauce. After I made the sausage I poured the sauce in the pan to heat it up. As I was moving the sauce onto the noodles I noticed that it was not watery and had actual chunks of tomatoes. The flavor on this sauce met with Jason’s approval – a win!”
Diana from SoulfulNecessities.com recently blogged about Uncle Steve’s sauce and created an amazing recipe for pasta with buffalo meat sauce.
“It’s suited for those who are vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free and paleo. Winner in my books! There are three different sauces, marinara, tomato-basil and arrabiata. I am not Italian but I have had my fair share of sauces here in the states and in Italy and I can vouch that this is some seriously good stuff,” writes Diana.’