Food is different in all cultures; sweet, spicy, flavorful, simple or complicated, it always bring families and friends together and creates good memories and special moments.
In Argentina, cooking for your friends is the best way to show them your appreciation.
We have kept our traditions alive since coming to the US, and we were happy to see our friends here enjoying our food as much as we do.
Sharing our Typical Argentine Cuisine with you is one way to show our appreciation to all those who believed in us, and supported us.
Our two kids always loved empanadas since they were babies. We hope you will love them too.
We are committed to making a very rich and healthy product made from scratch here in our kitchen with fresh ingredients from local businesses.
We really hope that our empanadas will help create new great memories with your family and friends.
You can eat empanadas at our place, or take them to go.
You can buy a frozen tray (6 units) to cook at home at any time.
Thanks to POLLY HIGGINS Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Nick and Lucas Ahualli have been eating their mother’s empanadas for years — “ever since we were little kids,” Nick, now 20, recalled. A particular treat was when Cristina Miller would make the Argentinian hand pies on half-school days, he said.
Little did the Ahualli brothers know that they’d one day be consuming empanadas in a professional capacity, as testers for the versions that would eventually find their way to the family’s just-opened Empanada Company in South Fayette.