I really like meatballs, don’t you? Little rounds balls of flavor that adapt so well to so many dishes. Meatballs and spaghetti. Meatballs over mashed potatoes. Meatballs swimming in a mushroom cream sauce. I can remember as a kid my parents making onion infused meatballs that were placed in a chafing dish with cream of mushroom soup and served as “Swedish” appetizers at cocktail parties. I will admit, for the longest time I thought that was a Swedish Meatball. I have since learned better.
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Although a short, tubular pasta, in Italian Ziti also means maiden or a young bride. Ziti literally means “macaroni of the bride”, traditionally served at Southern Italian wedding banquets. Not having a wedding? That’s okay. This Classic Ziti Bake is great for gathering of any kind, and actually travels well provided you have a means of warming it up.