Mouthful: Meatballs

posted on April 25, 2009 at 7:23 am
Pricci: Buckhead
The polpette at Pricci

MAGGIANO’S LITTLE ITALY: Going to this deliciously cheesy faux Little Italy is all about the kitsch and the comfort food. Family-style eating in guilt-inducing portions abound. Disparage it for being a chain if you wish, but they make a respectable meatball — each one tender, well-seasoned and completely crave-worthy. The meatballs are immense, so one will suffice when placed atop an order of spaghetti with marinara or meat sauce. 3368 Peachtree Road, 404-816-9650; and two other metro Atlanta locations.
PRICCI: Milan native Piero Premoli has brought this long-standing Italian eatery back to life. Premoli makes his polpette (meatballs) with ground veal, which he mixes with homemade focaccia soaked in milk and cream, garlic, parsley and lots of Parmesan. He then briefly whips the concoction in a mixer to create elasticity. Click here to read the rest…

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  • Re: Mouthful: Meatballs
    posted by: Anonymous · April 25, 2009  3:53 PM

    where can you get a good Swedish meatball?

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