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How the New York City Meatball Helped Build Italian-American Cuisine

How the New York City Meatball Helped Build Italian-American Cuisine

Serious Eats - John Surico

Spaghetti and meatballs: made in America. [Photographs: Vicky Wasik, unless otherwise noted] The Turkish have kofte; the Brazilians almôndegas. Polish cooks make pulpety, the Swedes do kottbuller, and the Greeks fry keftedes. And you can find them all in New York City. They're all meatballs. But nine …

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