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Friday Night Meatballs: How to Change Your Life With Pasta

Weekly spaghetti dinners with a rotating cast of friends and family started as an easy solution for working parents who missed having a social life. We had no idea it would tap into something much deeper.

from The Huffington Post

The Real Reason You Should Use A Cast-Iron Skillet

Cast Iron Pizza, crispy exterior crust and soft inner. LOAD on the sauce and toppings, don't be afraid. I did it with a pre-made pizza dough and it worked just as well, although homemade dough is always better.

from Entertainment Weekly's

Rory and Emily Gilmore reunite in new 'Gilmore Girls' revival photo

It might not be Friday night dinner, but Rory Gilmore has officially been reunited with her grandmother. Tanc Sade, best known for playing Finn on Gilmore Girls, tweeted a photo of himself with fellow Gilmore Girls cast members Alexis Bledel and Kelly Bishop. So basically, Tanc is playing Lorelai in this scenario? Hey, we'll take it.


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from Serious Eats

Friday Night Meatballs: How to Change Your Life With Pasta

this family has a dinner party every friday. they have spaghetti & meatballs and invite family, friends, internet friends, travelers. it sounds wonderful.

from Cooking and Beer

Spring Vegetable White Skillet Pizza

Spring Vegetable White Skillet Pizza is the perfect Friday night dinner recipe highlighting fresh spring flavors!

from Entertainment Weekly's

Quiz: Which Gilmore Girl are you?

The pilot episode of Gilmore Girls first aired 15 years ago, on Oct. 5, 2000. In celebration of a decade and a half of Friday night dinners, quirky Stars Hollow events, and rapid-fire, pop-culturally literate dialogue, we’ve made a quiz by which you can determine which of three generations of Gilmore Girls you are. So are you a Rory, a Lorelai, or an Emily?