Canadian Living | Les Éditions de l'HommeThe holidays are all about entertaining. Either way, you want to have a back up of no fail recipes on hand that you can use to feed your guests at home or to bring along to the next potluck. The staff at Life in Pleasantville loved flipping through the pages of this beautiful and visually stunning cookbook. We had a hard time deciding which recipe to take for a test run, but finally settled in on these Sweet-and-Sour Meatballs. I was happy to take one for the team and try them. As we suspected, they are a definite crowd-pleaser. I prepared these ahead of time and refrigerated them for cooking and serving the next day.
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