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Old 04-19-2014, 04:22 PM   #31
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Yes, I know better to check out the mixture before forming and cooking them. But for some reason I always seem to overlook this step. Or I am to lazy to do it.

The meat balls I made would have been much better had I checked the seasoning. In particular, the salt. I had Pecorino (about a cup) plus the salt I did add, that I stupidly assumed they would be seasoned enough. That was not the case, though the family loved them, I knew they could have been much better.
And I am the guy always clamoring for more salt!

MsMofet. Those are some beautiful food pictures there. Beautiful!!!!
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Old 04-19-2014, 05:54 PM   #32
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Yes, I know better to check out the mixture before forming and cooking them. But for some reason I always seem to overlook this step. Or I am to lazy to do it.

The meat balls I made would have been much better had I checked the seasoning. In particular, the salt. I had Pecorino (about a cup) plus the salt I did add, that I stupidly assumed they would be seasoned enough. That was not the case, though the family loved them, I knew they could have been much better.
And I am the guy always clamoring for more salt!

MsMofet. Those are some beautiful food pictures there. Beautiful!!!!
Thank you RB
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