Do you guys ever watch the show Shark Tank? On it, it seems like almost every entrepreneur who is pitching an idea to the sharks talks about their “aha moment.” The moment when they exclaimed to themselves “There’s gotta be a better way!” Well, that’s exactly how I came up with the idea for these Spaghetti Noodle Shot Glasses!
I was sitting on my couch binge-watching Netflix and eating spaghetti and meatballs one day when … CONTINUE READING »
Back when I made Spaghetti Fries I mentioned how my buddy Kyle A.K.A. The Vulgar Chef and I had both been attempting to make Spaghetti and Meatball Tacos but that he beat me to it.
Since then I’ve wanted to make a Spaghetti and Meatball Cone and seeing as how he already perfected the whole forming spaghetti into a shape and baking it thing I figured that I could just pull a BuzzFeed — the … CONTINUE READING »
I’ve had the idea for Deep Fried Spaghetti and Meatballs ever since I made my Mozzarella Stuffed Meatball Sliders over a year ago. Meatballs stuffed with cheese are great and all, but it’s pretty hard to beat deep fried meatballs that are stuffed with cheese AND spaghetti noodles!
To create my Deep Fried Spaghetti and Meatballs I started off by cutting cubes of mozzarella cheese and then wrapping cooked spaghetti noodles around them. After that … CONTINUE READING »
I don’t have a cool story about how I came up with the idea for this blog post. I was just at the grocery store one day, saw a package of King’s Hawaiian rolls and thought to myself “hey, you know what would be good? Stuffing some mozzarella cheese inside some meatballs and making little meatball sandwiches!”
A few minutes later I was standing in the checkout line holding the package of rolls, a pound … CONTINUE READING »
We haven’t gotten much snow in Milwaukee so far this winter, so in lieu of being able to build a snowman in my front yard I instead decided to build one in my kitchen… out of five pounds of meatballs.
The meatball snowman started with a package of ground chuck that I bought from Sam’s Club. I then added some eggs and breadcrumbs to the meat to help it stay together while it was being … CONTINUE READING »