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Saturday, October 20, 2007

Helpful update

Family recipes are wonderful things. Today the Mrs. is making Swedish meatballs from one of her cousin's recipes. It's supposed to be out of the 1959 Betty Crocker Cookbook, but we noticed that it's been adapted somewhat for modern cooks' sensibilities:

Comments (6)

... a certain ambiguity in those directions ...

Which one, I mean, two?

(Jack, off topic ... or not ....

Choices. Always choices.

some folks might get testy about this....

My gal is hard core, as she prefers "Good Old Rocky Mountain Oysters"!
P.S The larger the better.

Apparently when it comes to this recipe, size doesn't matter?

Testy or teste?

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