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People Are Sharing Family Recipes That Have Been Passed Down By Generations And They Sound So Good

"My grandma's recipe let me take the People's Choice Award at the 2013 Boston Meatball Takedown. This recipe feeds a whole dinner party like the ones my grandma hosted often in her big Irish Italian home."

For the meatballs:

Ingredients: Ground pork, ground veal, ground lamb, soft Italian bread, light cream, eggs, olive oil, salt, and pepper.

Directions: "Cube the Italian bread and, working in batches, gently pulse in a food processor until you have large crumbs. In a bowl, mix bread crumbs with beaten egg and as much cream as it takes to make an oatmeal-like consistency. Set aside. Working one handful at a time, create a ring with the ground meats, alternating each type. Press the meat together but don’t mash. Place the bread crumb mixture in the center of the meat and season it liberally with salt and pepper. Using your hands, work the meat and the bread crumbs together until combined. Be careful not to overwork the meat. Use a bit of cream as needed for moisture. Heat olive oil in a cast-iron skillet, shape meat into small patties, and cook."

For the sauce:

Ingredients: Canned whole peeled San Marzano tomatoes, garlic, celery, carrots, red onion, anchovies, uncured bacon or pancetta, rosemary, oregano, basil, red wine, unsalted butter, salt, and pepper

Directions: "In a large bowl, shred the tomatoes by hand, letting some solid tomato remain. Reserve excess liquid from the canned tomatoes. In a heavy stockpot over medium-high heat, cook the bacon until fat renders. Add ½ stick of butter, herbs, onions, celery, garlic, carrots, anchovies, salt, and pepper to taste. Sauté until vegetables are translucent. Add red wine and simmer until liquid is reduced by half. Add tomatoes with excess juice and the remaining ½ stick of butter. Bring to a boil then reduce heat to a simmer. Add meatballs, turn off heat, and cover." u/uberphaser

Recipe: Nana's Meatballs and Sauce

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Reddit Shared the 'Old Recipes' That Were Most Popular in 2020

'Tis the season for year-end lists. They're usually fun, if imperfect, ways to reflect on the year. Often the view is too narrow to honestly capture the spirit of an entire year, but in 2020 it feels a little different with lists highlighting a year where we spent a lot of time indoors and separated from loved ones. 

Reddit's Year in Review is no exception, with the sourdough-focused subreddit (a community inside Reddit) seeing a 378.8% year-over-year increase in activity. That's a reflection of early 2020's obsession with breadmaking as people first began staying inside and social distancing. (Honestly, we should all be surprised it's not higher.) One of the more interesting peaks, with regards to food, is an 82.6% increase for the "old recipes" subreddit. 

The subreddit is a place where people exchange old recipes and give them a try. As part of its year-end roundup, Reddit pulled together the five most popular recipes from the subreddit's big year. The most-discussed recipe was a peanut butter bread, and it makes a lot of sense. The jump from banana bread to peanut butter bread isn't huge. (Oh my god, has anyone made both and put them together?)

Next on the list are divorce carrot cake; lemon bars, which deserve a comeback; murder cookies, made with molasses and cinnamon; and Armenian perok cake, which is making my mouth water.

There's a lot more you can dig into in Reddit's year in review besides, you know, finding great recipes that make you want to get off the internet now (except that the recipes are on the internet! Noooo!). You'll find all kinds of weird tidbits like the most-discussed foods in r/uk_food: black pudding, baked beans, hash browns, mushy peas, and cottage pie.

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10 best recipes we've made from Reddit this year

It's been a crazy year, but one of the things that helped me maintain my sanity in 2020 was scouring the Old_Recipes subreddit, looking for the best vintage recipes Reddit had to offer.

I've learned to make a spicy Indo-Portuguese vindaloo and melt-in-your-mouth manicotti from scratch. I've discovered recipes for chocolate cake and lemon bars that will forever have a home in my recipe box. I've made Chinese restaurant-quality hot and sour soup, and I'm on the naughty list with my husband's co-workers for the amount of sugary baked goods I've sent into his office.

I've also heard stories: from loving grandmas who used their cooking to express how deeply they cared for their families to parents who immigrated to the U.S., started businesses and raised their kids to love food as much as they did. I've seen weathered photos of relatives long gone but always remembered, and I've squinted to decipher beautiful, worn recipe cards written in someone's great-grandmother's cursive handwriting.

Cooking through this subreddit has proven time and again that food connects families, shows love and triggers powerful memories. These beautiful recipes have become a part of my heart, and like my children, it's difficult to pick my favorites. Still, as 2020 comes to a close, these are the ten old recipes recipes I've loved the most.

1. Nana's Devil's Food Cake

This decadent chocolate cake was moist and flavorful, and the chocolate fragrance it caused to waft through my home will not be forgotten by my kids any time soon.

I loved everything about this cake, from its beautiful Bundt shape to the glossy chocolate ganache I topped it with. Don't get me started on its chocolaty perfection — just trust me and make it yourself.

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2. Red Dog Toast

This savory take on French toast involves dipping bread in a tomato soup mixture and frying it in butter. Not only was it delicious on its own, but when we tried using the fried bread to make grilled cheeses, we took it to the next level.

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3. 16th Century Vindaloo

As a long-time lover of Indian cuisine, I was eager to try out this Indo-Portuguese recipe from the 16th century. It's a labor of love, but it pays off in a big way when it's time to eat.

I learned so much while preparing and cooking this dish, from how to make a flavorful vinegar-based marinade for the chicken thighs to how to spice things up by infusing the cooking oil with chilies. And I learned that most traditional vindaloo recipes do not involve potatoes.

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4. Apple Cream Pie

The thing that made this apple cream pie stand out was the grated apples in the filling. The small bits of apple really combined with the sugary, buttery filling to make something great. My 10-year-old daughter insists traditional apple pies pale in comparison to this delicious treat.

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5. Grandma's Lemon Bars

As a lover of all things fresh and citrusy, eating these decadent lemon bars were a life-changing experience. The buttery crust was nothing short of extraordinary and the sweet-yet-tart lemon filling cut right through it in the best way possible.

A bonus: They look beautiful on a platter, sprinkled with powdered sugar.

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6. Great-Grandma's Baked Ziti

This dish is pasta perfection. Whether you're serving it up to a large crowd at a family gathering or halving the recipe for a Sunday evening dinner, it's delicious and it's bound to make whoever you're serving feel special.

It's also made with super-simple ingredients, right down to the Ragu spaghetti sauce.

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7. Sherriburgers

I'm not sure what I loved more about this dish from the '70s; the unique sherry cheese sauce topping or the sweet-and-salty pieces of pickle relish mixed into the ground beef.

My 12-year-old son, a picky eater, devoured it, too. I'm always thrilled to find something new he'll actually eat at dinnertime.

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8. Hot and Sour Soup

There was much to love about this Chinese soup, from the delicious broth that made me tip up my bowl at the end to the savory mushrooms and tofu filling the bowl.

This was one of the most fun recipes I've made this year, mostly because tracking down ingredients like dried wood ear mushrooms was an adventure … an adventure what was so worth it.

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9. Alice Cookies

Since I made this recipe for Alice Cookies, I've caught myself daydreaming about the way the buttery whipped shortbread melts in your mouth when you bite into it.

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10. Grandma Lilly's Cheesecake

Like the Alice Cookies, this incredible cheesecake, topped with sour cream icing, is daydream-worthy.

As someone who prefers more custard-based desserts over chocolaty treats, this was my dream dessert and is one I'll definitely be making again … and again.

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Terri Peters is a writer and editor for TODAY.com. She lives in a small beach town on the Atlantic coast of Florida with her husband and two kids. When she isn't writing, she can be found at the beach or exploring Florida's theme parks with her family.

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  • Nana's Devil's Food Cake. This decadent chocolate cake was moist and flavorful, and the chocolate fragrance it caused to waft through my home will not be forgotten by my kids any time soon.
  • Red Dog Toast. This savory take on French toast involves dipping bread in a tomato soup mixture and frying it in butter. Not only was it delicious on its own, but when we tried using the fried bread to make grilled cheeses, we took it to the next level.
  • 16th Century Vindaloo. As a long-time lover of Indian cuisine, I was eager to try out this Indo-Portuguese recipe from the 16th century. It's a labor of love, but it pays off in a big way when it's time to eat.
  • Apple Cream Pie. The thing that made this apple cream pie stand out was the grated apples in the filling. The small bits of apple really combined with the sugary, buttery filling to make something great.
  • Grandma's Lemon Bars. As a lover of all things fresh and citrusy, eating these decadent lemon bars were a life-changing experience. The buttery crust was nothing short of extraordinary and the sweet-yet-tart lemon filling cut right through it in the best way possible.
  • Great-Grandma's Baked Ziti. This dish is pasta perfection. Whether you're serving it up to a large crowd at a family gathering or halving the recipe for a Sunday evening dinner, it's delicious and it's bound to make whoever you're serving feel special.
  • Sherriburgers. I'm not sure what I loved more about this dish from the '70s; the unique sherry cheese sauce topping or the sweet-and-salty pieces of pickle relish mixed into the ground beef.
  • Hot and Sour Soup. There was much to love about this Chinese soup, from the delicious broth that made me tip up my bowl at the end to the savory mushrooms and tofu filling the bowl.
  • Alice Cookies. Since I made this recipe for Alice Cookies, I've caught myself daydreaming about the way the buttery whipped shortbread melts in your mouth when you bite into it.
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