Insomniac Kitchen: Making Meatballs in Harlem

ABC News' Paula Faris goes to the "Red Rooster" in Harlem for Swedish meatballs.
3:00 | 11/15/12

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They thought. You -- and did not and I. One big and. Some guys what you're not hungry and value will leave at about to let -- get ready fire. Favorite topic of food and I visited the Harlem -- -- The world famous shot a market -- is that history is really fascinating born in Ethiopia where he was orphaned at the age of -- adopted by wonderful Swedish family event. Race in Sweden. He now calls the US home all of that reflected in the menus at his many restaurants for me he made a personal -- Swedish meatballs his. Grandmother's recipe. I'm happy that you and Mike that there are you ready to -- I don't know if you really want to -- her victory today what is the recipe. I'm actually not endeared -- winds picked up cucumbers and Mississippi Davidson. -- it come from this incredible book that is active major public health. Have been together is wonderful. Holidays and -- giving -- still basically just pick one of the cucumber like this reasonable we'll just like some doubt. And this is something that everyone can help do they go Florida. Then we haven't had a bit of -- today -- -- it. Jennifer Barrett. Plus -- And Africa for -- to bring -- to avoid. Meat balls that's the one day strike that everybody knows this week when they know -- nothing but we've. We'll always be thankful right now that IKEA Swedish meatballs that it. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- And -- that old fashioned recipe that we always you know I never change. So we put heavy cream men and -- three types of -- and frank. Our feet after pan out -- -- it although it and it. What did they expect just -- home around 4 o'clock left. We think while them. -- -- -- -- -- Good morning morning. And I do something. -- -- There will be prepared packed them for -- -- you can -- members. Evening we'll find delicious and there's no good -- can put to have the fundamental right yeah. -- -- -- I'm a professional. -- ruin my good I had 24 became the youngest winner top chef masters love that he is the world around -- yet love that recipe from his grandmother. -- -- --

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