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Spaghetti & Meatballs

This sauce was passed down from Nonna’s Great Grandmother “Mama Tess,” who immigrated from Sciliy in 1903. In fact, several limbs of the family tree and Nonna’s children, also, make this sauce. Both among the family branches and within the 5th generation, there are very few recipe adaptations (and those aren’t worth mentioning!!!). Mama Tess’ living and cooking relatives, especially Nonna, hope you enjoy this as much as the family does!

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Welcome & Hello

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Eggplant Parmesan

Nonna Snowden cooked a fabulous eggplant parmesan. This recipe started with a meatball and Italian sausage tomato sauce passed down through 4 generations. You can view her spaghetti and meatball video to learn how to cook this sauce just scroll down. Also, she used her favorite cheeses (mozzarella and sheep’s milk ramano) and a new herb seasoning mix. Visit Dan Pastorini’s website to find your favorite seasoning mix!

Click here for the written recipe.
Click here for the Meat Sauce recipe.

Here are some quick links to purchase ingredients from Amazon.

Uncle Paulie’s Salt and Sauces, Mutti Tomato Puree, Mutti Tomato Paste, Bread Crumbs, GOOD Romano Cheese, GOOD Mozzarella Cheese, Olive Oil, Hot Italian Sausage, Wooden Spoons, Lasagna Pans.

Carrot Cake & Creamy Icing

Nonna and guest cook, Cindy Guire, bake a simple and delicious carrot cake topped with a creamy icing, all from scratch. The recipe is clear and easy such that even a novice can serve a moist carrot cake that the entire family will love. Please support Nonna and Jump for The Rose by subscribing to Nonna’s youtube channel. Also, visit Cindy on her facebook pages The Art of Skydiving and Art Classes with Cindy.

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Here are a few easy links to purchase ingredients from Amazon.

Saigon Cinnamon, Goat Butter, Mexican Vanilla, Canola Oil, Sugar, Flour, Baking Soda, Salt, Walnuts, Cream Cheese, Powdered Sugar, Cake Pan, Hand Mixer.

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