|Open Air Grape Culture|
|by John Phin|
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Mix beef, onion and eggs well. Roll into balls. Drop into sauce. Works well on stove top or in crockpot. Cook over medium heat until done. ...
Mix together egg, ... of the grease. Mix together catsup, jelly and lemon juice. add to meatballs in kettle. Cook, low to medium heat, for about 1 hour.
Mix ground beef, ... until done, while meatballs are cooking put ... hot stir in grape jelly when meatballs are ... like "the longer the better - enjoy".
Combine ground beef, ... Combine sauces and grape jelly. Cook over ... grease and put meatballs in crock pot. ... hours. Makes approximately 60 meatballs.
Mix sauce ingredients ... and form into meatballs. Drop the meatballs into the sauce one at a time. Cook 1 hour. These are better if eaten the next day.
Pour chili sauce ... size pan). Add jelly. Heat until ... (do not brown meatballs). Let simmer ... Keep warm in chafing dish and make plenty - they go fast.
Roll ground beef into 1 inch meatballs. Bake at 350 for 20 minutes. Cook jelly and ketchup on ... crock pot. Add meatballs. Simmer until ready to serve.
Mix ground beef, ... large skillet. Brown meatballs. Remove and ... chili sauce and jelly in skillet until ... Yields: 4-5 dozen. Serve in chafing dish.
Mix above ingredients ... small, cocktail size meatballs. Prepare a ... any fat from mixture before cooking another 30 minutes. Serve in a chafing dish.
Mix meat and ... balls. Brown in skillet and drain. Add to prepared sauce. Serve in chafing dish or crock pot. Sauce: Mix ingredients and heat. Add meatballs.
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