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Meatballs
My great-grandparents, who came from Italy, would chuckle upon learning that not only is there a restaurant on New York's Lower East Side dedicated just to meatballs (The Meatball Shop), but that it's almost always packed. They'd also get a kick out of how popular events like Meatball Madness are, and how popular meatball recipes are. Why not? Meatballs are delicious.Meatballs and gravy are also one of the first things I remember watching my mother and grandmother make. As a kid, I thought tomato sauce ran in my veins — I told people that. That said, while I dig tradition, I've developed my own recipes for meatballs and gravy. Sorry, Gram, tomato seeds stay in — it's a rustic thing.This recipe includes gravy, meatballs, and heavily-garlicked bread to compose some pretty badass meatball sliders with a little flare — if I do say so myself. In the immortal words of Jack Somack, "Mamma mia, that's-a spicy meat ball-a!"Click here to see Recipe SWAT Team: Meatballs.Click here to see the Meatball Sliders with Homemade Tomato Sauce Slideshow.
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Grana Padano Chicken Meatballs
These baked Italian style chicken meatballs are made with Grana Padano cheese, sautéed peppers, and onions, and baked using a special technique that keeps the meatballs tender and moist. Grana Padano cheese is made from unpasteurized, semi-skimmed cow’s milk and aged for a minimum of 9 months to over 20 months, giving it a light crumbly texture and satisfyingly sweet.Recipe courtesy of A Mind Full Mom.
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High in protein and good carbs, this recipe will keep you fueled for glory come race day. Click here to see 101 Ways to Cook Chicken
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Braciole is a popular Italian recipe. This meat is cooked all day in a sauce until tender. What a great way to use flank steak to make an amazing paleo recipe for your family or guests! I love to stuff with spinach and roasted red peppers but you can also add fontina cheese to this dish. For this recipe and other entertaining tips from Cindy's Table, click here.
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Crispy Quinoa Bites
Ah, quinoa. How I love thee. I love your soft, fluffy texture. If you too love this darling quinoa seed, then I know you’ll love this recipe with tiny flecks of basil, onion, and chives. It’s the perfect touch that makes this recipe the best I’ve had in a long, long time. I added dairy-free cheese to this recipe but you can use regular cheese if you prefer. See all appetizer recipes. Click here to see Gluten-Free Recipes That Actually Taste Good.
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