YES Pasta with Meatballs is Real Italian Food

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<strong>For years now, many so called food Experts who thought they knew more than they actuall did wrote disdainfully of the famed Italian dish Spaghetti &amp; Meatballs, saying “it was not authentic Italian food.” Well, “oh Contraire.” Guess what? Spaghetti &amp; Meatballs is Italian. Or should I say Pasta &amp; Metaballs. Yes, pasta with meatballs is a dish eaten quite often in southern Italy and the regions of Puglia, Sicily, and Abruuzo, a native dish is Pasta, (usually short Maccheroni) dressed with Meatballs as a special treat .. The names pf these dishes are called Pasta Seduta, meaning Seated Pasta and Maccaroni Azzese .. Yes Pasta w/ Meatballs, “It’s really Italian.”   I myself have written about this in my book <a href=”″>SUNDAY SAUCE -When Italian-Americans Cook</a>, where I stated at the time that I had hear of certain areas serving Meatballs along with their pasta. And even before I heard this I surmised that out of so many millions of poor Italians over the years it was most certain that in poor familys not wanting to wash more than 1 dish per person eating that momma would not serve pasta and meatballs in seperate courses but together on one plate of Pasta &amp; Meatballs (Spagetti Meatballs). And so as stated before Pasta with Meatballs is an authentic dish served all over Southern Italy, it’s reall Italian Food and has names for it, again Pasta Seduta and Maccheroni Azzese .. So there, “In your face Food Snobs,” snubbing our beloved Spaghetti &amp; Meatballs, no it’s not just Italian-American, which is not a bad thing, it’s really Real italian and the mystery and controversy is now setted, it’s Spaghetti &amp; Meatballs, millions love it, and billions of plates have been served over the years. Why? People love it, as simple as that ..</strong>

<p style=”text-align: center;”><strong>SPAGHETTI MEATBALLS alla SINATRA Recipe in SUNDAY SAUUCE </strong></p>
<p style=”text-align: center;”><strong>by Daniel Bellino</strong> Z</p>
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<p style=”text-align: center;”><strong>SUNDAY SAUCE</strong></p>
<p style=”text-align: center;”><strong>When Italian-Americans Cook</strong></p>


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<p style=”text-align: center;”><strong>The RAGU BOLOGNESE COOKBOOK</strong></p>
<p style=”text-align: center;”><strong>by Danny Bolognese</strong></p>