The Limoncello Spritz is a delightful combination of limoncello, prosecco, and club soda that will transport you to an Italian lemon grove. Add some mint and lemon slices for color, and you’ve got a simple cocktail that is also easy on the eyes.
Italian meatballs with sauce is the meal I had almost every weekend growing up. When I was young, my Grandmother made a delicious Sunday sauce, she called it gravy, loaded with meatballs and other assorted meat. It was the best! The way she made it is the way my mother makes it, the way I make it, and the way my kids will make it when I’m long gone. And, hopefully my family legacy will grace some of your dinner tables as well.
My grandma’s sauce had pork and beef meatballs, Beef Braciole With Raisins And Pine Nuts, Italian sausages (hot and sweet) and pork chops. She started the sauce real early and cooked it all day long – I can still remember waking up on Sunday mornings to the smell of her sauce. There was nothing like it. It took a lot of willpower to not sneak a taste every hour or so. This is the dish that so many Italian-American families eat every Sunday. We hope you enjoy our version!
Looking for a cocktail that nearly everyone will like but is also astoundingly easy? The combination of strawberry liqueur and lemonade is killer, while the vodka plays a more subtle role, allowing the strawberry and lemon flavors to shine.
Strawberry Lemonade Vodka: No Brainer Combination
This gorgeous, sunset colored cocktail is so simple, and really requires little to no brain power. Sure, we fancied it up by putting ours in a coupe glass, but really, this drink could be served right out of a mason jar and taste every bit as good.