On Nov 25, 11:34*am, sf <sf.use...@geemail.com> wrote:
> On Wed, 25 Nov 2009 16:27:48 GMT, Wayne Boatwright
>
> <wayneboatwri...@arizona.usa.com> wrote:
> >Yes, wooden skewers about 6 inches long. *More traditionally, it was
> >alternating pieces of veal and pork. *Typically, it was breaded and browned
> >in fat in a skillet, then baked covered with a small amount of broth added
> >until tender.

>
> Pieces of veal and pork? *It's not much a drumette in that case. *I
> envisioned ground veal and pork shaped into a meatball on a stick!
>
> --
> I love cooking with wine.
> Sometimes I even put it in the food.


Not in the American Midwest - it was just cubed and put onto a
skewer. I think it was a WWII-era thing. We had it in the 40s and
50s. My mom made it just for a fun thing. And it tasted really good.

N.