Pittsford Dry Cleaner Still Here – Free Pick-Up & Delivery

It’s been 19 years and my business, Colosi’s Cleaners is still going strong in Pittsford, NY. You might be wondering why in my posts sometimes that I say, “Pittsford, NY” instead of just Pittsford. It’s for SEO, which is Search Engine Optimization. And I also use “14534” in my posts. Same reason. This Internet game is a tough one and you’ve got to keep your website up to date with posting to your blog on a regular basis or you fall off the first page in Google and the other search engines.

So, that’s my little business lesson today. If you’re not a business person, just a little trivia. Anyway, thanks for listening to me from my office in Pittsford, NY in the 14534 zip code.

PS Oh. I forgot to use one of the top three keywords for searching for dry cleaners, which is the words I just used (can use the same keywords close to each other or you get rejected by Google and the others), dry cleaner and dry cleaning.

PSS I’m good to go. Thanks for putting up with me. Recommend your neighbor and get $20 in cash or credit. Thanks.

The Best Dry Cleaner Is In Pittsford, NY 14534

You want the best dry cleaner in Pittsford, NY 14534? You just found him.

Why do I say that? Well consider this: I come out twice a week to your home and pick up your dirty, stinky dry cleaning and deliver it back to you.

And to get you interested, I’m even giving you $10 in FREE dry cleaning to see if I’m worthy of your business. And I want you to know this is not bait-and-switch, or some gimmick. I just want to to try me out with no risk and no pressure.

So what are you waiting for? Get on the horn now and call me at 585-234-4400 and throw any question at me you’d like and or just go here and get signed up online.

I look forward to meeting you one day soon.

Greg Colosi



Breakfast Italian Style

Do you like tomatoes and eggs? If you do, you’ll love this Italian breakfast.

Saute up some yellow onions (or whatever onions you have hanging around) in olive oil till they’re soft.
Add a small can of diced tomatos. Get most of the liquid out of the can. Cook open on medium heat until most of the liquid is cooked out.
Add the eggs. Make little slots in the tomatoes for the eggs so they don’t spill out over all the tomatoes.
Cover on low heat for a few minutes. I like my egg yolks semi soft.
Take out and serve with some nice crusty Italian bread.
And don’t forget to salt and pepper.

Let me know in the comments what you think of this recipe. Thanks. Greg

Find A Dry Cleaner In Pittsford, NY 14534

Are you looking for a dry cleaner in Pittsford, NY 14534 that can pick-up and deliver your dry cleaning? If so, you’ve found the right place.

We’ll give you $10 in FREE dry cleaning just to try us out. There’s no trickery, no games and nothing at all. This is my way of introducing you to my dry cleaner without any risk on your part. Try us on our dime and if you like us, continue and if you don’t, stop. It’s that easy.

Call me today @ 585-234-4400 to get going or to answer any questions you might have.

Dry Cleaners In Pittsford, NY 14534 Is Ready For Spring Pick-Up!

Spring is here. My dry cleaners here in Pittsford, NY 14534 is ready to get your dirty clothes for pickup with my dry cleaning delivery service. I will give you $10 in FREE dry cleaning just to try my service out. No bait and switch here, just an opportunity to try out this fantastic dry cleaners delivery service. Just call 234-4400 and John, my route manager will take care of you. Pick up the phone now and get your FREE dry cleaning. And remember, no strings attached, no pull-the-wool-over-your-eyes stuff either.

Sweet Corn Risotto

Take a look at how I make sweet corn risotto. Video shot from my new iPhone4.

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  • 4 ears corn cut from the ear. Use raw.
  • 7 1/2 cups chicken broth
  • 1/2 cup finely chopped onion
  • 1/4 cup olive oil
  • 3 cups uncooked Arborio rice
  • 1 cup dry white wine
  • 4tablespoon butter
  • 1/2 cup grated Parmesan cheese
  • salt and pepper to taste


  1. In a large saucepan, bring broth to a boil. Reduce heat; cover and maintain at a simmer. In a large heavy skillet, cook onion in oil over medium heat until tender. Add rice and stir to coat well; cook 3 minutes longer. Add wine and cook until absorbed.
  2. Stir in 1 cup simmering broth. Cook until broth is almost completely absorbed, stirring frequently, then add another cup of simmering broth. Repeat until only about 1/4 cup of broth remains (discard remaining broth); the process should take about 20 minutes. Rice should be slightly firm in center and look creamy.
  3. Add sweet corn raw. Remove from the heat; add the Parmesan cheese, salt and pepper. Serve in about 15 minutes.

I’d love your comments.