“I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples.” – Mother Teresa

First off, I want to thank everyone who came to visit me last night at my booth during Afterglow. I had many great conversations with the lot of you and it was great to be able to share what I know about living dairy free, and very encouraging to have so many people excited to try my recipes.

Those who attended last night’s event got a bit of a preview that you folks have not yet been privy to, a few days ago I made Panko Crusted Stuffed Meatballs and posted a picture on both Facebook and Twitter. That resulted in several people asking for the recipe and I decided to include it in those featured at my booth.

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Since some of you were geographically unable to attend, and others either couldn’t make it out or the rain killed their copy of the recipe, I’ve uploaded a PDF version of the pamphlet I handed out with all three recipes included. Simply click the link and you’ll have access to them in all their glory. Tony’s Recipes – Afterglow

I look forward to hearing feedback from those who give these recipes a go and, as always, if you’d like to send me an e-mail with pictures of your creation and a write up on what you did, I would love to post them on here. My goal for this blog is to replicate the atmosphere found when sitting with a group of friends in the kitchen, swapping recipes.

Happy Cooking!


5 thoughts on ““I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples.” – Mother Teresa

  1. Jason Skinner says:

    I have been making a lot of “veggie” meat balls using soy-ground-round – not an easy feat as they tend to crumble easily. I never thought to coat them in breadcrumbs or stuff them with cheese. I look forward to attempting this next spaghetti night.
    Thanks so much!

    • Biodomer says:

      The idea came from wanting that crunch attained from pan frying without the grease. Baking them with Panko adds double the crunch as it toasts the bread crumbs ever so slightly too. Of course, the Daiya cheese just oozes out when you cut into them as well. Let me know how it goes! =)

  2. Mary Montoya says:

    Well, I hope I got the email right.

    I tweaked your meatball recipe and came up with a great meal. I added a bunch of fresh basil and some Italian parsley. I also put the panko in the meat mixture as well as vegan Parmesan “cheese”. I browned the meatballs and added them into some homemade marinara sauce and cooked them until done. I put the meatballs in hoagie rolls with more sauce, Diaya mozzarella and red pepper flakes. Popped them in the oven until melty, yummo. The way the cheese oozed out of the meatballs was fabulous. I served the sandwiches with asparagus “fries”. Thanks for the idea!


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