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101 Things To Do With Meatballs - cover

101 Things To Do With Meatballs

Stephanie Ashcraft

Publisher: Gibbs Smith

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Summary

More than just a spaghetti topping—discover the modest meatball’s utility with recipes from the bestselling author of101 Things to Do with a Cake Mix.   In the newest addition to the 101 series, 101 Things to Do with Meatballs is filled with recipes that will become instant favorites among family and friends. Some of the tasty dishes include Breakfast Burritos, Meatball Sliders, Thai Pizza, Feta Meatballs with Cucumber Yogurt Sauce, Tortellini Meatball Stew, Chinese Beef Noodle Soup, Piping Hot Buffalo Subs, Enchilada Meatballs, Chipotle Meatball Pasta, Savory Meatball Lasagna, Tater Tot Kid’s Casserole, and Meatball Stroganoff.   “A great reference to find some great recipes . . . Stephanie uses everyday ingredients to make stand-out recipes simple, affordable and something the whole family will enjoy. From appetizers and sides to soups, stews, chili, sandwiches, wraps, pasta, entrees and family favorites, the book has recipes to fit any occasion.”—My Life On & Off the Guest List
Available since: 03/01/2009.
Print length: 131 pages.

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