Meatballs made with veal and lamb
I once knew an amazing man named Joe Pignatello who loved his street name, Joe Pigs. Joe grew with members of the Chicago mob, he knew and cooked for all the legendary mobsters as well as just about every celebrity in the 1950s, 60s and 1970s. Joe made wonderful meatballs from his restaurant in Vegas (that he shared in partnership with gangster Tony Spilotro, see the film Casino) Joe’s recipe was ground veal, ground pork, beef, and ground chicken, with salt, an egg, and some parmesan cheese. They were fantastic.
Deviled Eggs with Crab
Beef Tips with cherries
Maryland Crab dip
A turkey club
The problem with this sandwich was that the bread was to thick and you need thin break to make a good club sandwich, especially a turkey club which is dry anyway, break just makes it dryer....so look at my version of a turkey club I made after last Thanksgivng (No, I don't know why I have a picture of a sandwich from last year) What I did was to use wonder bread, cheap old fashioned Wonder bread and the middle piece is soaked in gravy.Mine is better than the one above trust me.
Nachos we make at my house on Movie Night
I have wonderful Russian friends who were kind enough to make this meal for me
....and a Chinese dinner