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Renzo's of Boca Makes A Miami Dolphins Football Meatball

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According to their website, Chef Gordon Ramsay said that Renzo's of Boca is one of the best pizzerias in the world.

Here's a video by Renzo's of Boca where Chef Renzo shows you how to make his brand new Miami Dolphins Football Meatball.

The Football Meatball gets its name from it football as opposed to spherical shape. Renzo uses ground turkey "fora tha healthy conscious," prosciutto, kosher salt, pepper, parsley, basil, bread crumbs, pine nuts, raisins and two types of cheese.

Some people say you should never trusts a skinny chef. Renzo looks like he has eaten a few football meatballs in his day, he's got a good personality for video, and the recipe looks like a winner.

Log on to http://renzosofboca.com for more info and check out http://www.youtube.com/user/RenzosofBoca for more videos.

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