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This is the perfect cold weather, family meal. It’s easy to make it ahead, store it & heat it up when you’re in a pinch…trying to come up with something quick to make for dinner.

Italians in Italy really don’t do the whole “spaghetti and meatballs” thing–and if they do, the meatball is huge and served as a second dish after the pasta.

This recipe is classic, moist and delicious.

By combining equal parts of beef and pork, these meatballs are moist and flavorful.

Italians in Italy really don’t do the whole “spaghetti and meatballs” thing–and if they do, the meatball is huge and served as a second dish after the pasta.

I’ve tried many times to duplicate my Grandmother’s meatball recipe but still haven’t gotten the exact taste I’m looking for.

The weather turned very cold today, the perfect time to make a hardy winter’s Neapolitan meatloaf – Polpettone al Forno.

It’s a delight that needs little introduction except to say that if you see polpettone on a menu, don’t expect to get piling plate of polpette, meatballs or sauce for that matter.

If you want to prepare some fantastic meatballs, this is my special recipe for you, directly from Italy

This is a quick and easy recipe to prepare.I always prepare it for my daughter who loves it !!

    If you like eggplants, this is amazing recipe for you!!!     MAKES: 40 eggplants balls Prep Time: 20 minutes Cooking Time: 35 minutes       Recipe from: https://www.sbs.com.au/food/recipes/eggplant-meatballs-polpettine-di-melanzana   INGREDIENTS: 500 g (1 lb 2 oz) eggplant (aubergine), cut into 3–4 cm (1¼–1½ in) cubes 100 g (3½ oz) moist breadcrumbs …

Meatballs are a down-home food that rarely appears on menus but frequently shows up on kitchen tables in homes across the country. Popular abroad but in a non-traditional way; Italians don’t plop them on top of spaghetti! Rather, meatballs are the main course, usually cooked in wine or broth and served just like any other …