Believe it or not, the recipe for spaghetti and meatballs was not invented in Italy. Italian immigrants who came to New York created the recipe because they had access to more meat. The first spaghetti and meatball recipe was published in 1920. There is some contention over how to make it more authentic (smaller meatballs and egg-based pasta) but...we don't think it matters. This recipe is perfect and that you will love it.
Anthony needs no introduction. Honest, inquisitive and passionate, he has inspired us to cook, travel, and focus on bringing joy into our lives. In Anthony Bourdain's Les Halles Cookbook, you can find this recipe along with other strategies and techniques. This beef bourguignon is the perfect thing to warm up a cold winter's night.