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Re: tradition

Oh, sorry, polpetti are meatballs and braciole are very thin slices of beef
rolled up with bread crumbs, parmesan cheese, garlic and parsley, in pasta
sauce. The sauce usually has some combination of polpetti, sausages, pork
chops and sometimes chicken simmered in it. Home cookin'!

> Many years ago, when we lived in Riverside, Calif., an article in the
> newspaper said there'd be foods sold at the Cinco de  Mayo celebration in a
> certain part of town.  They named tacos, enchiladas, tamales, and something
> I'd never heard of.  My mouth watered, so I insisted we go there to taste
> this unknown dish.  My disappointment was very profound when I learned that
> this was not a food, but an eggshell filled with confetti and the end
> sealed over with thin paper. One was to crack the shell against another's
> head, scattering confetti.  I'm still burned about this.
> Please tell me polpetti and braciole are foods.  What kind of foods?  Thank
> you, Margaret L
>> My Louis was also 100% Sicilian; his grandparents were from Sciacca
>> originally. I learned to cook some of his mother's specialties, and my
>> polpetti are THE BEST. He used to talk about Thanksgiving at their house
>> with lasagna and braciole, followed by the turkey and all the trimmings.
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