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Old 07-26-2014, 05:21 PM   #101
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Cheryl, I can't tell you how many times I said I was going to throw my food processor out, as I never use it. I'll have to dig it out of a top cabinet with a ladder and stuff wedged in to get to it for the dang meatballs. It's a matter of principal now.
Seriously.
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Old 07-26-2014, 05:24 PM   #102
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I'm giving the Swedish meatballs a try this afternoon, using the recipe Kay posted from allrecipes. I saw that one earlier too, and thought it sounded good....but so do all the rest of the others I browsed through. We'll see how it goes. They sure do smell good already and I haven't even cooked them yet.

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Old 07-26-2014, 05:58 PM   #103
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I'm giving the Swedish meatballs a try this afternoon, using the recipe Kay posted from allrecipes. I saw that one earlier too, and thought it sounded good....but so do all the rest of the others I browsed through. We'll see how it goes. They sure do smell good already and I haven't even cooked them yet.

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Oh goodie!! If I left right now and drove like a bat outa hell I could be there in about three hours just in time for dinner!
Seriously, we need a complete report Cheryl...good luck.
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Old 07-27-2014, 01:26 AM   #104
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Thanks Kay, you would've been here sooner than 3 hours! LOL

I will make this again! Not the greatest pic, but boy were they good.

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OHHHHH....that picture looks good enough to eat Cheryl!! Yummm...

Well, maybe two hours after I got gas and had the car washed.
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Old 07-27-2014, 01:48 AM   #106
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All this talk about Swedish Meatballs has me hankering for some. Unfortunately I don't have the main ingredient. The ground meat. And maybe the noodles. I think I have just enough noodles for one serving. So I hope you saved me some. I will be right over.
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Plenty of leftovers here for ya, Addie! :-)

I want to give Jessica, the OP, a huge thank you for starting this thread! There are so many wonderful sounding recipes and ideas here. I've copied and pasted like a crazy person, and have gotten so many good ideas. Thank you, Jessica!
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For meatloaf, I usually add powdered milk and used crushed cracker crumbs. My grandma would squeeze the cream out of the bread...
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Old 07-27-2014, 10:09 AM   #109
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Here's a nice story about Swedish meatballs...

Sphere of Influence | SAVEUR

I don't recall my grandma ever serving them with noodles or rice...always mashed potatoes.
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OHHHHH....that picture looks good enough to eat Cheryl!! Yummm...

Well, maybe two hours after I got gas and had the car washed.
Thank you K!
These were so good....I would have never thought that seasonings such as allspice and nutmeg would be so good in a gr beef/pork meatball. I hope you try this recipe - you'll love it. I vacuum froze the extras so that I can enjoy them another time.
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