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    From Giada De Laurentiis on the Today Show, with a couple of modifications. Prep and cooking times are estimates, but I find that from start to finish I need about 1.5-2hrs to make this dish. Also, I have found the meatball mixture to be too wet when using 2 eggs, but my mom never has trouble with that, so I put a step into the directions to use 1, mix, and check to see if it's too dry before adding the second egg. If you make this earlier in the day, place in a 150-200* F oven and hold for up to 3 hours. The mozzarella gets all melty and delicious. (FYI, any size of mozzarella balls are fine, so long as it's 8oz of fresh mozzarella. I've used bocconcini, 8oz balls, ovoline, and ciliegine.) The prep is a bit intensive (mostly getting the meatballs together and made). This is a popular enough dish in our house that I now make the meatballs ahead and freeze them. If making meatballs ahead, do not add the broth or tomatoes, just brown the meatballs, bag, and freeze. When I use frozen meatballs, I just defrost them, start a pan going with the broth and tomatoes, and then add the meatballs and continue from there.

    Recipe #350721

    Easy and delicious side dish passed down from my great-aunt. Goes great with pork tenderloin! Note: Butter & onion quantities can be adjusted to taste - this is the closest to what I use on a regular basis, which is lighter on both the onion and butter than the original version.

    Recipe #302440

    An easy, light smoothie that is easily adapted to other fruits or yogurt flavors. Adapted from a Jenny Craig cookbook. Makes about 3 cups.

    Recipe #285331

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