There’s something inherently funny about meatballs. Some years back, Bill Murray struck comedic gold in a slap-sticky film of that name, and the recent animated feature Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs paid homage to the dish’s whimsical nature. From the culinary perspective, meatballs are clearly fun to work with as well. Creative and versatile, they’ve been appearing in a host of treatments and in a wide range of operations. And their winning combination of low food cost ...

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