This recipe for Pasta Bolognese is from a chef at the Culinary Institute of America, the world’s premiere culinary college. It’s rich, hearty, meaty and a perfect pasta dish for these cool, autumn evenings. The recipe calls for 6 ounces of pancetta but my container only had 4 oz., so that’s what I used…I didn’t • Read More »
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Real Sloppy JoesMay 11, 2010 | By andrea | 16 Comments | Filed in: Beef, Comfort Food, Kid-friendly, Main Dish, Quick Cooking, Recipes, Sandwich.
When I think of sloppy joes, the old Saturday Night Live Lunch Lady skit with Adam Sandler & Chris Farley comes to mind. It’s quite funny if you haven’t seen it (and if you have seen it, it’s worth another viewing). I can’t remember when I had my first sloppy joe but I know I’ve • Read More »
Make-Ahead Sweet & Sour Cocktail MeatballsDecember 14, 2009 | By andrea | 2 Comments | Filed in: Appetizer, Beef, Pork, Recipes.
Every party needs a few meaty appetizers to keep the festivities rolling. That’s why I brought these Sweet & Sour Cocktail Meatballs to a party recently. Sure, you can buy store-bought meatballs but I thought these were delicious and worth the effort to make (they are firmer in texture than some spongy, store-bought types). Plus, you can • Read More »