Family recipes, like family heirlooms, are usually kept under lock and key or eaten by the family dog to keep others from recreating them. Unlock flavor secrets with this Groupon.
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The menu includes the restaurant's signature riceballs with ricotta and grated cheese ($6.50) or hot buffalo chicken, celery, and blue cheese ($6.50), as well as mini calzones ($3.50 each), eggplant cannolis ($7 for three), and Me-Ma's meatball sliders ($4 each).
Papa Perrone's Riceball Shoppe
"If I had a dollar for every time someone said 'What's a riceball?' I wouldn't even need to make 'em," said JohnPaul Perrone on an episode of the Cooking Channel's Eat Street. Since then, JohnPaul has moved from a food truck to a brick-and-mortar restaurant where he continues to create riceballs (known as arancini in Italian) using his grandmother's recipe. At Papa Perrone's Riceball Shoppe, each crisp and golden deep-fried ball protects a tender core of meat and cheese, veggies and cheese, or Nutella-flavored magma. The shop's menu also features other Perrone family recipes as well as Italian specialties, such as artichoke pie, baked or fried calzones, and meatballs.