Zing up your usual pasta and meat balls with this Latin twist on an Italian staple.
A combination of meats and some spices for a great taste in meatballs to add to your favorite sauce. Also can be used for burgers.
Crab and cheese blend together with a Mexican flair--the Crabadilla!
These lightly seasoned meat patties are a Danish home-cooked supper staple. This recipe is from my Grandma Sorenson, who raised her daughters during the Great Depression in a converted chicken coop in Los Angeles. Served with pan gravy, good Danes would have an onion and cheese bread with butter to go with this, as well as red cabbage and a good beer.
It's not your standard egg roll with cabbage inside. It's a meat-filled egg roll with crunchy water chestnuts that is easy to make.
Down home country style cooking with taste. Real comfort food. Can be made ahead of time, frozen and reheated in the oven. Wonderful to serve with mashed potatoes and fresh green vegetable.
My grandmother would kill me if she knew I was sharing her meatball recipe with the world. But it's worth the risk since they are so good!!! Luckily, she does not have a computer.
These meatballs are not for the diet-conscious, but they sure are delicious! Makes a great sandwich or a tasty addition to your favorite tomato-based pasta sauce.
Panfried Pork Dumplings to be exact--these are the potstickers just like the ones you would find at your favorite Asian restaurant. I have worked on this recipe in my own kitchen for quite some time now and I think it's finally right. If you and your friends like potstickers, you are sure to love these. It's essential you get real Napa cabbage from your grocer, no substitutes!
Jordan had Pippen, Ruth had Gehrig, and pasta becomes a true champ with garlic bread.
You've seen them on the counter and your local old-time bar. Now have pickled eggs at home.
A pig and a prawn aren't exactly neighbors. Take the initiative and introduce them in this simple, crunchy, tasty appetizer.
Fresh-made baked meatballs. Serve them with pasta, eat them alone, or diagram basketball plays with them.
Use up your extra deer meat with this simple dish you can serve with noodles.
You don't need the whole oven to cook up these flavorful peppers. Keep 'em coming in waves to feed the whole crew during the game.
They didn't know it at the time, but the toaster oven's inventors were really creating the world's best bruschetta maker. Try this staple appetizer of Italian restaurants tonight.
Instead of a bowl that you would just have to wash with precious water, you put your soup in a hollowed out round sourdough loaf. You are a master of conservation.
If you don't have access to a grill--well, you'll want to fix that as soon as possible. In the meantime, you don't have to miss out on the flavor of marinated grilled shrimp.
You can use these meatballs on pasta or in sandwiches. Or you may just find that people want to grab them right off the grill and pop them in their mouths.