Two Meatballs hit the road

philly.jpgThis meatball hits the road today for the second phase of the two meatballs book tour. Last week we were in three cities in three days. Last Thursday after filming the today show with Al Roker we hit Amtrak en route to our first event in Boston. The wine dinner was hosted by our long time friend Michael Schlow at Via Matta restaurant. The sold out crowd enjoyed tastes from the new book Two meatballs in the Italian kitchen (artisan) while each guest received a copy. The wines that evening were from our good friends at Banfi. The event was attended by Boston’s food crowd including Local sports figures. The owners of the Boston Red sox attended the event a perfect way to keep their minds off the series with the Indians.

The debate began with who’s meatballs are better politics withstanding the crowd enjoyed both and having mine in tomato sauce does give me an advantage. Pictures to follow

see you in Cincinnati

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2 Responses to Two Meatballs hit the road

  1. Joe Anderson says:

    Hey “Rock” (Mark Strausman) I hope you remember your old sales manager at Forbee Brothers. You were going to school while you worked with us and I always knew you’d make it…that’s why I called you “Rock>”

    My memory of you as one of the nicest young men (at the time) anyone could ever have the pleasure of working with has always stayed with me. You were always a delight to me and everyone else in the organization.

    Please know that I wish you continued success and much good health, love, and peace for your entire life. You may not remember me, but I will never forget you.

    Joe Anderson

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