Original plan for dinner was spaghetti in a meat sauce. Well I had a little ambition and energy after work, so I decided to make some beef meatballs, fresh pasta with sauce. Meatballs were pretty simple. Didn't feel like running back out as we are in the middle of getting 3.5" of rain, so beef alone it was. Mixed some oregano, basil, burger seasoning, Italian bread crumbs and diced onions, topped winsome steak seasoning, then smoked at 300° with a couple hickory chunks for about 90 minutes (I think. Wasn't really paying attention to time). While they were on the grill, made a quick egg pasta dough and attached the Kitchen Aid pasta roller/cutter attachment. Once the balls were done, put them in the sauce for about a balf hour and put it all together with some garlic bread and freshly grated Parmesan cheese. Tough to by boxed dried pasta after making fresh yourself. Really easy too.
LBGE + others I hope - Sudbury, Ontario