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Old 05-13-2018, 04:27 AM   #41
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Click the icon of a loudspeaker in this link to hear how kjøttkaker is pronounced. It's probably close to what you remember.
https://translate.google.ca/#no/en/kj%C3%B8ttkaker
That could be it! Thanks very much.
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Old 05-13-2018, 06:56 AM   #42
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buckytom:'

It most likely years of mispronouncing kjött ( the Kj is a ch sound) .
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Yes, thanks again to you and Taxy.

Brooklyn accents are moidah on foreign languages.
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Yes, thanks again to you and Taxy.

Brooklyn accents are moidah on foreign languages.
OY Bucky!
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Has anyone mentioned Porcupine Meatballs? I haven't made them yet but they are on my list to try.
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My porcupine Meatballs looks like worm ridden meatballs, it doesnt look yummy but works well for spooky parties.
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I've never made porcupine meatballs, but I've eaten them. I don't really have any desire to make them
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Old 05-13-2018, 01:59 PM   #48
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Has anyone mentioned Porcupine Meatballs? I haven't made them yet but they are on my list to try.
My before mentioned Greek recipe has some rice in the meatballs and they're very tasty. The rice also helps to stretch the expensive ground lamb.
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I don't like what I would call Italian meatballs. But when I make meat stew I make the meatballs using pretty much common recipe, with an addition of a small amount of rice and make them inside the stew. That is a whole different ball game. Or meatball game. So, to be honest then, it is tomato sauce that I do not like rather than meatballs itself. I also make meat ball soup, and chicken soup with chicken, white meat only meatballs.
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Has anyone mentioned Porcupine Meatballs? I haven't made them yet but they are on my list to try.
I used to make them for the kids when I wasn't making pasta and meatballs. A great way to use up leftover rice.
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