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Pretty much every culture in the world loves meatballs, and Japan is no exception. This is a venison version of the Japanese niku dango meatball, which is normally made with pork. If you like teriyaki, you’ll love this.
Fish meatballs! What’s not to love? This is a German version, doable with pretty much any fish that swims, and it’s served with a bright, herby green sauce that is traditional in Hesse. Remember the Hessians from the War of Independence? That’s them.
It’s not often I remake a five-year-old recipe and change nothing. This Greek meatball recipe — venison (or lamb), bulgur wheat, oregano and a Greek tomato sauce — is one such dish. Nice to know some dishes hold up well over time.
Who doesn’t love meatballs? Konigsberger klopse is a classic German meatball recipe that historically uses veal, beef or pork. I made them with wild boar.
No matter what kind of fish you use here, this recipe will knock your socks off — it’s loaded with delicious Southeast Asian flavors, from lemongrass to garlic, cilantro, green onions and just a touch of fish sauce. But, this is an ideal recipe for freshwater fish, which are often bland-tasting to my mind. I’ve […]
This is a Swedish meatball recipe adapted from one given to my mother from her mother, who was a Massachusetts Swede. They call these meatballs Svenska Kottbullar, and they are traditionally served with a lingonberry sauce. In Scandinavia, the meatballs are sometimes made with reindeer, so I did not think it a stretch to switch […]
Why is this recipe under “breasts?” Because this is one thing you can do with the breasts of “garbage ducks” that may have off flavors if you ate them roasted simply. I’m talking about sea ducks, some diver ducks, most spoonies as well as Ross’ and snow geese. Hell, Canada geese can often be sketchy tasting. Who […]
This is a riff off traditional spaghetti and meatballs, with a Hellenic touch. It jazzes up one of my favorite comfort foods with a bit more garlic, a bit more sweetness and a chewiness from the bulgur wheat that is a revelation. These are not the fluffy meatballs of an old “red sauce” restaurant, nor […]