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  1. #1
    meatnub Guest

    Default Meatballs recipes anyone?

    I have no idea how to make a decent meatball. All i know how is to
    take ground beef and roll it into balls. Blech. So plain and boring!

    I am surprised to find out that BHG doesn't have a meatball recipe.
    They have a Sweedish Meatball recipe though.

    I would love to hear some of your meatball recipes. I want to make
    some nice flavorful ones, italian first and foremost.

    Also - would prefer recipes where the meatballs are cooked in the
    oven, so I can make a big batch and freeze. I don't like spending time
    over the skillet and turning each one. I also don't trust them getting
    fully cooked inside before they get burnt on the outside from the
    skillet as well.

    Thanks!
    Paul


  2. #2
    Dimitri Guest

    Default Re: Meatballs recipes anyone?


    "meatnub" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:d2c5a8e7-a120-4382-a3b8-503e12dcf54[email protected]..
    >I have no idea how to make a decent meatball. All i know how is to
    > take ground beef and roll it into balls. Blech. So plain and boring!
    >
    > I am surprised to find out that BHG doesn't have a meatball recipe.
    > They have a Sweedish Meatball recipe though.
    >
    > I would love to hear some of your meatball recipes. I want to make
    > some nice flavorful ones, italian first and foremost.
    >
    > Also - would prefer recipes where the meatballs are cooked in the
    > oven, so I can make a big batch and freeze. I don't like spending time
    > over the skillet and turning each one. I also don't trust them getting
    > fully cooked inside before they get burnt on the outside from the
    > skillet as well.
    >
    > Thanks!
    > Paul


    Paul;

    Have you ever heard of Google?

    Try googling Italian Meatballs,and/or go to Costco and buy a big bag.


    --
    Old Scoundrel

    (AKA Dimitri)


  3. #3
    Dimitri Guest

    Default Re: Meatballs recipes anyone?


    "meatnub" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]...
    >I have no idea how to make a decent meatball. All i know how is to
    > take ground beef and roll it into balls. Blech. So plain and boring!
    >
    > I am surprised to find out that BHG doesn't have a meatball recipe.
    > They have a Sweedish Meatball recipe though.
    >
    > I would love to hear some of your meatball recipes. I want to make
    > some nice flavorful ones, italian first and foremost.
    >
    > Also - would prefer recipes where the meatballs are cooked in the
    > oven, so I can make a big batch and freeze. I don't like spending time
    > over the skillet and turning each one. I also don't trust them getting
    > fully cooked inside before they get burnt on the outside from the
    > skillet as well.
    >
    > Thanks!
    > Paul


    Paul;

    Have you ever heard of Google?

    Try googling Italian Meatballs,and/or go to Costco and buy a big bag.


    --
    Old Scoundrel

    (AKA Dimitri)


  4. #4
    Dave Smith Guest

    Default Re: Meatballs recipes anyone?

    Dimitri wrote:

    >
    > > Also - would prefer recipes where the meatballs are cooked in the
    > > oven, so I can make a big batch and freeze. I don't like spending time
    > > over the skillet and turning each one. I also don't trust them getting
    > > fully cooked inside before they get burnt on the outside from the
    > > skillet as well.
    > >
    > > Thanks!
    > > Paul


    Sorry, I can't respond directly to the OP because he has an @gmail address
    but....


    I don't use a precise recipe. It depends on what sort of meat and how I am
    using. I start off by crumbling some slightly stale bread and soaking it in
    milk. I like to use a mixture of beef with pork and possibly veal. or just
    ground veal. I use some very finely chopped garlic, the finer the better, and
    not too much, an egg, salt, pepper, a bit of oregano and some grated
    Parmesan. I roll them into balls or use the balling tool (rolling is usually
    easier. I like to do them in the oven.






  5. #5
    Dave Smith Guest

    Default Re: Meatballs recipes anyone?

    Dimitri wrote:

    >
    > > Also - would prefer recipes where the meatballs are cooked in the
    > > oven, so I can make a big batch and freeze. I don't like spending time
    > > over the skillet and turning each one. I also don't trust them getting
    > > fully cooked inside before they get burnt on the outside from the
    > > skillet as well.
    > >
    > > Thanks!
    > > Paul


    Sorry, I can't respond directly to the OP because he has an @gmail address
    but....


    I don't use a precise recipe. It depends on what sort of meat and how I am
    using. I start off by crumbling some slightly stale bread and soaking it in
    milk. I like to use a mixture of beef with pork and possibly veal. or just
    ground veal. I use some very finely chopped garlic, the finer the better, and
    not too much, an egg, salt, pepper, a bit of oregano and some grated
    Parmesan. I roll them into balls or use the balling tool (rolling is usually
    easier. I like to do them in the oven.






  6. #6
    kilikini Guest

    Default Re: Meatballs recipes anyone?

    meatnub wrote:
    > I have no idea how to make a decent meatball. All i know how is to
    > take ground beef and roll it into balls. Blech. So plain and boring!
    >
    > I am surprised to find out that BHG doesn't have a meatball recipe.
    > They have a Sweedish Meatball recipe though.
    >
    > I would love to hear some of your meatball recipes. I want to make
    > some nice flavorful ones, italian first and foremost.
    >
    > Also - would prefer recipes where the meatballs are cooked in the
    > oven, so I can make a big batch and freeze. I don't like spending time
    > over the skillet and turning each one. I also don't trust them getting
    > fully cooked inside before they get burnt on the outside from the
    > skillet as well.
    >
    > Thanks!
    > Paul


    I use a mixture of ground beef and ground pork. I also add minced garlic,
    minced onions, oregano, parmesan, raw egg, and my "secret" ingredient is
    crushed (pounded) pre-made garlic & cheese croutons. Mix just until the
    texture binds. If the meat mix doesn't stick together to form a loaf and
    feels too wet, add more crushed, flavored croutons. (I crush my croutons
    with a hammer until they're crumbs, by the way.) Roll the meat up into 2"
    sized balls in the palm of your hands and bake at 350 degrees until firm -
    45 minutes to an hour?. (The bottoms will be flat; I have no idea how to
    avoid that.) Stir or roll them around occasionally while cooking to prevent
    burning on the bottom of the meatballs. (Oh and yes, there will be lots of
    grease.)

    My husband asks for me to make meatballs frequently, and this method has
    never failed to disappoint. Hope this helps.

    kili



  7. #7
    kilikini Guest

    Default Re: Meatballs recipes anyone?

    meatnub wrote:
    > I have no idea how to make a decent meatball. All i know how is to
    > take ground beef and roll it into balls. Blech. So plain and boring!
    >
    > I am surprised to find out that BHG doesn't have a meatball recipe.
    > They have a Sweedish Meatball recipe though.
    >
    > I would love to hear some of your meatball recipes. I want to make
    > some nice flavorful ones, italian first and foremost.
    >
    > Also - would prefer recipes where the meatballs are cooked in the
    > oven, so I can make a big batch and freeze. I don't like spending time
    > over the skillet and turning each one. I also don't trust them getting
    > fully cooked inside before they get burnt on the outside from the
    > skillet as well.
    >
    > Thanks!
    > Paul


    I use a mixture of ground beef and ground pork. I also add minced garlic,
    minced onions, oregano, parmesan, raw egg, and my "secret" ingredient is
    crushed (pounded) pre-made garlic & cheese croutons. Mix just until the
    texture binds. If the meat mix doesn't stick together to form a loaf and
    feels too wet, add more crushed, flavored croutons. (I crush my croutons
    with a hammer until they're crumbs, by the way.) Roll the meat up into 2"
    sized balls in the palm of your hands and bake at 350 degrees until firm -
    45 minutes to an hour?. (The bottoms will be flat; I have no idea how to
    avoid that.) Stir or roll them around occasionally while cooking to prevent
    burning on the bottom of the meatballs. (Oh and yes, there will be lots of
    grease.)

    My husband asks for me to make meatballs frequently, and this method has
    never failed to disappoint. Hope this helps.

    kili



  8. #8
    meatnub Guest

    Default Re: Meatballs recipes anyone?

    On Jun 5, 3:22*pm, "kilikini" <kiliki...@NOSPAMhotmail.com> wrote:
    > meatnub wrote:
    > > I have no idea how to make a decent meatball. All i know how is to
    > > take ground beef and roll it into balls. Blech. So plain and boring!

    >
    > > I am surprised to find out that BHG doesn't have a meatball recipe.
    > > They have a Sweedish Meatball recipe though.

    >
    > > I would love to hear some of your meatball recipes. I want to make
    > > some nice flavorful ones, italian first and foremost.

    >
    > > Also - would prefer recipes where the meatballs are cooked in the
    > > oven, so I can make a big batch and freeze. I don't like spending time
    > > over the skillet and turning each one. I also don't trust them getting
    > > fully cooked inside before they get burnt on the outside from the
    > > skillet as well.

    >
    > > Thanks!
    > > Paul

    >
    > I use a mixture of ground beef and ground pork. *I also add minced garlic,
    > minced onions, oregano, parmesan, raw egg, and my "secret" ingredient is
    > crushed (pounded) pre-made garlic & cheese croutons. *Mix just until the
    > texture binds. *If the meat mix doesn't stick together to form a loaf and
    > feels too wet, add more crushed, flavored croutons. *(I crush my croutons
    > with a hammer until they're crumbs, by the way.) *Roll the meat up into 2"
    > sized balls in the palm of your hands and bake at 350 degrees until firm -
    > 45 minutes to an hour?. *(The bottoms will be flat; I have no idea how to
    > avoid that.) *Stir or roll them around occasionally while cooking to prevent
    > burning on the bottom of the meatballs. *(Oh and yes, there will be lotsof
    > grease.)
    >
    > My husband asks for me to make meatballs frequently, and this method has
    > never failed to disappoint. *Hope this helps.
    >
    > kili- Hide quoted text -
    >
    > - Show quoted text -


    ground pork? hm. interesting. i will give this a try, thanks.

  9. #9
    meatnub Guest

    Default Re: Meatballs recipes anyone?

    On Jun 5, 3:22*pm, "kilikini" <kiliki...@NOSPAMhotmail.com> wrote:
    > meatnub wrote:
    > > I have no idea how to make a decent meatball. All i know how is to
    > > take ground beef and roll it into balls. Blech. So plain and boring!

    >
    > > I am surprised to find out that BHG doesn't have a meatball recipe.
    > > They have a Sweedish Meatball recipe though.

    >
    > > I would love to hear some of your meatball recipes. I want to make
    > > some nice flavorful ones, italian first and foremost.

    >
    > > Also - would prefer recipes where the meatballs are cooked in the
    > > oven, so I can make a big batch and freeze. I don't like spending time
    > > over the skillet and turning each one. I also don't trust them getting
    > > fully cooked inside before they get burnt on the outside from the
    > > skillet as well.

    >
    > > Thanks!
    > > Paul

    >
    > I use a mixture of ground beef and ground pork. *I also add minced garlic,
    > minced onions, oregano, parmesan, raw egg, and my "secret" ingredient is
    > crushed (pounded) pre-made garlic & cheese croutons. *Mix just until the
    > texture binds. *If the meat mix doesn't stick together to form a loaf and
    > feels too wet, add more crushed, flavored croutons. *(I crush my croutons
    > with a hammer until they're crumbs, by the way.) *Roll the meat up into 2"
    > sized balls in the palm of your hands and bake at 350 degrees until firm -
    > 45 minutes to an hour?. *(The bottoms will be flat; I have no idea how to
    > avoid that.) *Stir or roll them around occasionally while cooking to prevent
    > burning on the bottom of the meatballs. *(Oh and yes, there will be lotsof
    > grease.)
    >
    > My husband asks for me to make meatballs frequently, and this method has
    > never failed to disappoint. *Hope this helps.
    >
    > kili- Hide quoted text -
    >
    > - Show quoted text -


    ground pork? hm. interesting. i will give this a try, thanks.

  10. #10
    Nancy2 Guest

    Default Re: Meatballs recipes anyone?

    On Jun 5, 11:45*am, meatnub <meat...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > I have no idea how to make a decent meatball. All i know how is to
    > take ground beef and roll it into balls. Blech. So plain and boring!
    >
    > I am surprised to find out that BHG doesn't have a meatball recipe.
    > They have a Sweedish Meatball recipe though.
    >
    > I would love to hear some of your meatball recipes. I want to make
    > some nice flavorful ones, italian first and foremost.
    >
    > Also - would prefer recipes where the meatballs are cooked in the
    > oven, so I can make a big batch and freeze. I don't like spending time
    > over the skillet and turning each one. I also don't trust them getting
    > fully cooked inside before they get burnt on the outside from the
    > skillet as well.
    >
    > Thanks!
    > Paul


    Meatball recipe in BH & G is in my red & white cookbook at the
    "Spaghetti" page. That's pretty much how I make mine.

    As to browning them before adding them to the sauce: Do what I do -
    make your meatball mixture and press it firmly into a greased (with
    cooking spray) or oiled rectangular pan as deep as you want your
    finished meatball to be. Turn the mixture upside down (forcefully) on
    a sheet of wax paper or foil, and cut it into squares. Separate the
    squares and put them on a broiler rack and bake them in the oven until
    brown and crispy on the outside - about 20-30 minutes at 450 deg.
    (Check ont hem often.)

    These are perfect "meat squares" - don't roll around, don't fall out
    of sub sandwiches, slice nicely ... what more could you want? ;-)

    If you still can't find a meatball recipe (and BH & G's is very, very
    good), let me know and I'll bring mine.

    N.

  11. #11
    Nancy2 Guest

    Default Re: Meatballs recipes anyone?

    On Jun 5, 11:45*am, meatnub <meat...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > I have no idea how to make a decent meatball. All i know how is to
    > take ground beef and roll it into balls. Blech. So plain and boring!
    >
    > I am surprised to find out that BHG doesn't have a meatball recipe.
    > They have a Sweedish Meatball recipe though.
    >
    > I would love to hear some of your meatball recipes. I want to make
    > some nice flavorful ones, italian first and foremost.
    >
    > Also - would prefer recipes where the meatballs are cooked in the
    > oven, so I can make a big batch and freeze. I don't like spending time
    > over the skillet and turning each one. I also don't trust them getting
    > fully cooked inside before they get burnt on the outside from the
    > skillet as well.
    >
    > Thanks!
    > Paul


    Meatball recipe in BH & G is in my red & white cookbook at the
    "Spaghetti" page. That's pretty much how I make mine.

    As to browning them before adding them to the sauce: Do what I do -
    make your meatball mixture and press it firmly into a greased (with
    cooking spray) or oiled rectangular pan as deep as you want your
    finished meatball to be. Turn the mixture upside down (forcefully) on
    a sheet of wax paper or foil, and cut it into squares. Separate the
    squares and put them on a broiler rack and bake them in the oven until
    brown and crispy on the outside - about 20-30 minutes at 450 deg.
    (Check ont hem often.)

    These are perfect "meat squares" - don't roll around, don't fall out
    of sub sandwiches, slice nicely ... what more could you want? ;-)

    If you still can't find a meatball recipe (and BH & G's is very, very
    good), let me know and I'll bring mine.

    N.

  12. #12
    meatnub Guest

    Default Re: Meatballs recipes anyone?

    On Jun 5, 3:57*pm, Nancy2 <nancy-doo...@uiowa.edu> wrote:
    > On Jun 5, 11:45*am, meatnub <meat...@gmail.com> wrote:
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > > I have no idea how to make a decent meatball. All i know how is to
    > > take ground beef and roll it into balls. Blech. So plain and boring!

    >
    > > I am surprised to find out that BHG doesn't have a meatball recipe.
    > > They have a Sweedish Meatball recipe though.

    >
    > > I would love to hear some of your meatball recipes. I want to make
    > > some nice flavorful ones, italian first and foremost.

    >
    > > Also - would prefer recipes where the meatballs are cooked in the
    > > oven, so I can make a big batch and freeze. I don't like spending time
    > > over the skillet and turning each one. I also don't trust them getting
    > > fully cooked inside before they get burnt on the outside from the
    > > skillet as well.

    >
    > > Thanks!
    > > Paul

    >
    > Meatball recipe in BH & G is in my red & white cookbook at the
    > "Spaghetti" page. *That's pretty much how I make mine.
    >
    > As to browning them before adding them to the sauce: *Do what I do -
    > make your meatball mixture and press it firmly into a greased (with
    > cooking spray) or oiled rectangular pan as deep as you want your
    > finished meatball to be. *Turn the mixture upside down (forcefully) on
    > a sheet of wax paper or foil, and cut it into squares. *Separate the
    > squares and put them on a broiler rack and bake them in the oven until
    > brown and crispy on the outside - about 20-30 minutes at 450 deg.
    > (Check ont hem often.)
    >
    > These are perfect "meat squares" - don't roll around, don't fall out
    > of sub sandwiches, slice nicely ... what more could you want? ;-)
    >
    > If you still can't find a meatball recipe (and BH & G's is very, very
    > good), let me know and I'll bring mine.
    >
    > N.- Hide quoted text -
    >
    > - Show quoted text -


    Yes - you're right, I think I remember seeing this "meat squares"
    recipe. I looked in the Meat section under ground beef expecting to
    find it there. I'll have to look at this again. Thanks!


  13. #13
    meatnub Guest

    Default Re: Meatballs recipes anyone?

    On Jun 5, 3:57*pm, Nancy2 <nancy-doo...@uiowa.edu> wrote:
    > On Jun 5, 11:45*am, meatnub <meat...@gmail.com> wrote:
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > > I have no idea how to make a decent meatball. All i know how is to
    > > take ground beef and roll it into balls. Blech. So plain and boring!

    >
    > > I am surprised to find out that BHG doesn't have a meatball recipe.
    > > They have a Sweedish Meatball recipe though.

    >
    > > I would love to hear some of your meatball recipes. I want to make
    > > some nice flavorful ones, italian first and foremost.

    >
    > > Also - would prefer recipes where the meatballs are cooked in the
    > > oven, so I can make a big batch and freeze. I don't like spending time
    > > over the skillet and turning each one. I also don't trust them getting
    > > fully cooked inside before they get burnt on the outside from the
    > > skillet as well.

    >
    > > Thanks!
    > > Paul

    >
    > Meatball recipe in BH & G is in my red & white cookbook at the
    > "Spaghetti" page. *That's pretty much how I make mine.
    >
    > As to browning them before adding them to the sauce: *Do what I do -
    > make your meatball mixture and press it firmly into a greased (with
    > cooking spray) or oiled rectangular pan as deep as you want your
    > finished meatball to be. *Turn the mixture upside down (forcefully) on
    > a sheet of wax paper or foil, and cut it into squares. *Separate the
    > squares and put them on a broiler rack and bake them in the oven until
    > brown and crispy on the outside - about 20-30 minutes at 450 deg.
    > (Check ont hem often.)
    >
    > These are perfect "meat squares" - don't roll around, don't fall out
    > of sub sandwiches, slice nicely ... what more could you want? ;-)
    >
    > If you still can't find a meatball recipe (and BH & G's is very, very
    > good), let me know and I'll bring mine.
    >
    > N.- Hide quoted text -
    >
    > - Show quoted text -


    Yes - you're right, I think I remember seeing this "meat squares"
    recipe. I looked in the Meat section under ground beef expecting to
    find it there. I'll have to look at this again. Thanks!


  14. #14
    Nancy2 Guest

    Default Re: Meatballs recipes anyone?

    On Jun 5, 3:24 pm, meatnub <meat...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > On Jun 5, 3:57 pm, Nancy2 <nancy-doo...@uiowa.edu> wrote:
    >
    >
    >
    > > On Jun 5, 11:45 am, meatnub <meat...@gmail.com> wrote:

    >
    > > > I have no idea how to make a decent meatball. All i know how is to
    > > > take ground beef and roll it into balls. Blech. So plain and boring!

    >
    > > > I am surprised to find out that BHG doesn't have a meatball recipe.
    > > > They have a Sweedish Meatball recipe though.

    >
    > > > I would love to hear some of your meatball recipes. I want to make
    > > > some nice flavorful ones, italian first and foremost.

    >
    > > > Also - would prefer recipes where the meatballs are cooked in the
    > > > oven, so I can make a big batch and freeze. I don't like spending time
    > > > over the skillet and turning each one. I also don't trust them getting
    > > > fully cooked inside before they get burnt on the outside from the
    > > > skillet as well.

    >
    > > > Thanks!
    > > > Paul

    >
    > > Meatball recipe in BH & G is in my red & white cookbook at the
    > > "Spaghetti" page. That's pretty much how I make mine.

    >
    > > As to browning them before adding them to the sauce: Do what I do -
    > > make your meatball mixture and press it firmly into a greased (with
    > > cooking spray) or oiled rectangular pan as deep as you want your
    > > finished meatball to be. Turn the mixture upside down (forcefully) on
    > > a sheet of wax paper or foil, and cut it into squares. Separate the
    > > squares and put them on a broiler rack and bake them in the oven until
    > > brown and crispy on the outside - about 20-30 minutes at 450 deg.
    > > (Check ont hem often.)

    >
    > > These are perfect "meat squares" - don't roll around, don't fall out
    > > of sub sandwiches, slice nicely ... what more could you want? ;-)

    >
    > > If you still can't find a meatball recipe (and BH & G's is very, very
    > > good), let me know and I'll bring mine.

    >
    > > N.- Hide quoted text -

    >
    > > - Show quoted text -

    >
    > Yes - you're right, I think I remember seeing this "meat squares"
    > recipe. I looked in the Meat section under ground beef expecting to
    > find it there. I'll have to look at this again. Thanks!


    Hey, let's have some credit here ;-) The "meatsquares" idea and
    method is mine. If someone else came up with it, too, that's fine,
    but I didn't copy anyone.

    N.

  15. #15
    Nancy2 Guest

    Default Re: Meatballs recipes anyone?

    On Jun 5, 3:24 pm, meatnub <meat...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > On Jun 5, 3:57 pm, Nancy2 <nancy-doo...@uiowa.edu> wrote:
    >
    >
    >
    > > On Jun 5, 11:45 am, meatnub <meat...@gmail.com> wrote:

    >
    > > > I have no idea how to make a decent meatball. All i know how is to
    > > > take ground beef and roll it into balls. Blech. So plain and boring!

    >
    > > > I am surprised to find out that BHG doesn't have a meatball recipe.
    > > > They have a Sweedish Meatball recipe though.

    >
    > > > I would love to hear some of your meatball recipes. I want to make
    > > > some nice flavorful ones, italian first and foremost.

    >
    > > > Also - would prefer recipes where the meatballs are cooked in the
    > > > oven, so I can make a big batch and freeze. I don't like spending time
    > > > over the skillet and turning each one. I also don't trust them getting
    > > > fully cooked inside before they get burnt on the outside from the
    > > > skillet as well.

    >
    > > > Thanks!
    > > > Paul

    >
    > > Meatball recipe in BH & G is in my red & white cookbook at the
    > > "Spaghetti" page. That's pretty much how I make mine.

    >
    > > As to browning them before adding them to the sauce: Do what I do -
    > > make your meatball mixture and press it firmly into a greased (with
    > > cooking spray) or oiled rectangular pan as deep as you want your
    > > finished meatball to be. Turn the mixture upside down (forcefully) on
    > > a sheet of wax paper or foil, and cut it into squares. Separate the
    > > squares and put them on a broiler rack and bake them in the oven until
    > > brown and crispy on the outside - about 20-30 minutes at 450 deg.
    > > (Check ont hem often.)

    >
    > > These are perfect "meat squares" - don't roll around, don't fall out
    > > of sub sandwiches, slice nicely ... what more could you want? ;-)

    >
    > > If you still can't find a meatball recipe (and BH & G's is very, very
    > > good), let me know and I'll bring mine.

    >
    > > N.- Hide quoted text -

    >
    > > - Show quoted text -

    >
    > Yes - you're right, I think I remember seeing this "meat squares"
    > recipe. I looked in the Meat section under ground beef expecting to
    > find it there. I'll have to look at this again. Thanks!


    Hey, let's have some credit here ;-) The "meatsquares" idea and
    method is mine. If someone else came up with it, too, that's fine,
    but I didn't copy anyone.

    N.

  16. #16
    pamjd Guest

    Default Re: Meatballs recipes anyone?

    I am not sure of the exact recipe but I bet Nancy could give it to
    you. It has something to do with grape
    jelly!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


  17. #17
    pamjd Guest

    Default Re: Meatballs recipes anyone?

    I am not sure of the exact recipe but I bet Nancy could give it to
    you. It has something to do with grape
    jelly!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


  18. #18
    Nancy Young Guest

    Default Re: Meatballs recipes anyone?


    "pamjd" <[email protected]> wrote

    >I am not sure of the exact recipe but I bet Nancy could give it to
    > you. It has something to do with grape
    > jelly!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


    (laugh) He'd probably love those. Don't forget the chili sauce!

    nancy

  19. #19
    Nancy Young Guest

    Default Re: Meatballs recipes anyone?


    "pamjd" <[email protected]> wrote

    >I am not sure of the exact recipe but I bet Nancy could give it to
    > you. It has something to do with grape
    > jelly!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


    (laugh) He'd probably love those. Don't forget the chili sauce!

    nancy

  20. #20
    Edwin Pawlowski Guest

    Default Re: Meatballs recipes anyone?


    "Dimitri" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >
    > Try googling Italian Meatballs,and/or go to Costco and buy a big bag.
    >


    Pre-made meatballs? I do hope you are kidding. Please tell me you're
    kidding.



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