Most of us here in the US are used to preparing meatballs in tomato sauce, however Eastern Europeans customized this dish to their own taste and ingredients.
Eastern Europeans like their meatballs served with mushroom gravy, mashed potatoes, and a side dish of well seasoned sautéed cabbage.
You might think this is a strange combination, but it’s just a matter of acquiring a taste for it, and loving it.
Whether you are cooking at home, dining out, or ordering take out, there are almost always some leftovers to deal with after the fact.
There is nothing wrong with having leftovers. After all, you spent time and money on this food, so you deserve to enjoy it to the last morsel.
I was chatting with a friend of mine about cooking ….surprise…..surprise…; she was telling me about an interesting dish her family and friends really enjoyed.
She kindly shared her recipe, so I finally had a chance to try it out, and share it with you.
Prime Rib is one of my favorite “special occasion” dinner meats, because it is so flavorful, even with very little additional seasoning.
Prime Rib tends to be a little pricey, so I only make it once I find a nice piece reasonably priced. You want to buy a piece with at least 3 ribs (6-9 lbs), which will generously serve 5 – 8 people.