This recipe is deeply rich and comforting, makes great leftovers, and can be made ahead of time during a busy week. I like to make a large amount and freeze leftovers so I can be a hero Mom on a random busy night, but if you don’t want a huge amount cut down to one pound of meatballs. One important note, I always use bucatini instead of spaghetti. It’s richer and the hollow pasta absorbs the sauce for a beautiful bite.
I’m dreaming of a time we can all be together again. Until then, we can still do Birthday Shabbat, with as many meatballs as my daughter wants.
This recipe comes together quickly and easily and you can even use your Thanksgiving leftovers. Manny likes to add curry and coriander to his Grandmother’s recipe to enhance the sweetness of the squash, but if you’re looking for a more traditional flavor you can omit.
Native American history did not begin or end with the Pilgrims. It is rich, diverse and worth learning about in its own right.
This ramen will fill you with warm soup belly and make the idea of going anywhere seem ridiculous.
Holiday celebrating tips from the Jews
People grew emotional at the sight of our young Black daughter chanting in joy.
Chocolate Dulche De Leche Celebration Cake for our 46th President!