Join us with a Throwback with “At Home with Arlene Williams”

Back in 1995, Rosie and Nickki Stello were invited to appear on Cornerstone TV’s “At Home with Arelene Williams”. Here they introduced the Pittsburgh region to Rosie’s Red Pepper Spread and Rosie’s Ringers, created and manufactured by their very own Stello Foods, Inc. This episode talks about the Stello Foods beginning and a few recipes you may want to try!

We understand this is a difficult time for all of us and we are all in this together. Help your cabin fever by trying a new recipe to make with your family. Homemade Stromboli with Rosie’s Red Pepper Spread is one of the recipes featured in this episode of “At Home with Arlene Williams”. The second recipe is our very own Rosie’s Mild Red Pepper Dip found on our website.



Simple ingredients, big on taste. Stello products are made just like Grandma’s recipes. In fact, Stello Foods was started on an old family recipe for pepper spread. From there, Stello Foods has expanded its products to include BBQ sauces, salsas, pasta sauces, mustards, and ketchup just to name a few. Below is a list of our Top Five sellers. Give them a try and find out for yourself why they are on the list.

Peach Bourbon BBQ

Rosie’s Peach Bourbon BBQ Sauce is a delicious blend of tomatoes, peaches, and a splash of bourbon. Perfect for grilling on pork, chicken or beef. Try it as a marinade. It will be a huge hit with your family and friends.

Rosie’s Ringers are a unique taste combination of sliced pepper rings with cauliflower flowerets in a sweet tomato sauce. Our customers tell us that the hot – sweet combination is very addicting.


Rosie’s Mild Red Pepper Spread is a delicious blend of ground red bell peppers in a savory tomato sauce. Our pepper spread has hundreds of uses including pizza, eggs, meat, hot dogs, veggies, chips, quick dips, and omelets.

Rosie’s Pizza Sauce is a classic combo of fresh onions, carrots, and garlic in a rich tomato sauce. A family favorite for sure!


Rosie’s Hot Pepper Mustard is made with fresh hot peppers, but don’t let the hot part fool you. It is actually a hot – sweet taste that you get. It can be used as regular mustard, or it can be served as dipping mustard for ham and cheese trays, or with pretzels and chips.