Food Paradise: Meatball Paradise Pictures
From cheese-smothered meatball perfection in Philly to burly balls of Texas brisket -- and even to a 1-pound wonderball in Las Vegas, get ready for hearty helpings of mouthwatering meatball dishes.
food-paradise_sp37-meatball-paradise_ss_002The meatball recipe at Al Johnson's Swedish Restaurant in Sister Bay, WI, differs from a lot of Swedish recipes, most of which call for a mix of pork and beef. Al Johnson's uses 100% beef instead. 960 1280
food-paradise_sp37-meatball-paradise_ss_006Bartolini's meatball recipe comes from Grandfather Bartolini. What this restaurant does differently from everybody else is use Turano bread, produced by a local family-owned business. Bartolini’s soaks the bread in water and then presses it, which makes each meatball nice and fluffy -- with a really nice bite. 960 1280
Iowa State FairWhether you're chowing down on a funnel cake, pickle dog or one of the more than 50-plus items at the Iowa State Fair in Des Moines, one thing is certain -- you won’t leave hungry. 960 1280
Arbuckle Mountain Fried PieArbuckle Mountain Fried Pies near Davis, OK, offers hold-in-your-hand fried pies that have been legendary among the locals since 1893, when owner Nancy Fulton’s grandmother would deliver them on horseback to ranchers working the mountains. 960 1280
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