Where can I get Homestead meat and mushroom sauce?

For generations, San Franciscans have enjoyed Homestead’s canned meat and mushroom sauce. They have used the sauce straight out of the can, as well as used it as their base to add other ingredients. Unfortunately, our canned sauce is no longer available in stores. However, you can buy it directly from Homestead in frozen plastic bags. While you’re there you can also pick up some delicious fresh pasta. Or, you can order the spices from Homestead and make your own sauce with the same great taste. The spices can be added to your own dishes to give them a unique and hearty old fashion flavor.

Is Homestead Pasta USDA certified?

Yes, we meet or exceed USDA requirements.

Can I buy directly from Homestead Pasta?

Absolutely. Just contact our office we will be happy to help you.

What are your business hours?

Homestead Pasta’s business hours are 8 am to 2 pm, Monday through Friday. You can also contact us 24 hours a day by visiting our contact us page on our website.

Can I get a product listing?

Sure. We will be happy to send you a product listing or go to the products page on our website. You can see all our products there.

Where can I buy your products?

You can buy our products directly from Homestead Pasta or contact us and we can give you an outlet close to you.

Do you deliver?

Yes we do deliver. However, contact our office for details.

How long will pasta keep in the refrigerator?

Best if used within 3 to 5 days.

How long will pasta keep in the freezer?

Best if used within 30 days. However product should last 6 to 9 Months when properly stored.

What’s the best way to cook ravioli and tortellini?

  • Add box of frozen Homestead Ravioli’s to one gallon salted boiling water.

  • Bring to a boil, gently stirring now and then.

  • Wait until raises to the top, and then let them boil for 3-4 minutes.

  • Drain well. Add Homestead Pasta sauce or your favorite sauce that you have heated separately.

  • Top with Parmesan cheese.

  • Tortellini’s are cooked the same.

How do I cook the tamales?

  • Heating Instructions: Boil or steam frozen wrapped Tamale for 45 minutes.

  • Remove Tamale and let cool for 2 minutes.

  • Cut ends inside metal clips with knife or scissors. Unroll wrappers and serve hot.

  • Microwave Instructions: Microwave in wrapper with metal clip attached.

  • Cut 1 inch slit in frozen tamale wrapper. Place tamale in microwaveable bowl with one inch of water and cover tightly with plastic wrap. Heat for 6-7 minutes.

  • These heating instructions are guidelines. Unroll wrapper and serve hot.

Can you make something special for me?

We are a USDA certified facility so we do have some restrictions as to what we can make. However, contact our office to see what is possible.

Does Homestead Pasta do co-packing/private labeling?

Yes. We can co-pack many different items, including pastas, sauces, and other items.

Does Homestead have any distributors outside California?

Not at this time.

Do your products contain MSG?

No. Our total commitment to wholesome quality makes the difference. Homestead makes natural foods because we believe food in its purest state, unadulterated by artificial ingredients, tastes the best. Our products are made from the kind of real food ingredients people use in their own kitchens without additives or preservatives.

Can I get a copy of ingredients or recipe?

All of Homestead Pasta recipes are proprietary.

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