|High Balls and Happy Hours|
|by Clem Thomas|
An autobiography from the man who has captained the Watsonians, Cambridge University, London Scottish, Barbarians, the Scottish National squad and...
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Remove sausages from casings, cook ... into 1 inch balls, place on ... reheat - arrange in single layer on cookie sheets. Bake at 375 degrees for 10 minutes.
Grate cheese. Place sausage, Bisquick, and ... Shape into small balls and place on ... on cookie sheet, freeze until firm. Place in plastic bags; freeze.
Cut cheese into ... until melted. Place sausage, Bisquick and ... Shape into small balls; place on ... freeze until firm. Place in plastic bags; freeze.
Take sausage out of casing ... Roll into 1-inch balls and place on ... degrees for 12-15 minutes or until puffed and brown. If freezing, freeze before cooking.
With hands, mix ... into marble sized balls. Freeze. Bake ... 100. These freeze before or after baking. Great for appetizers or in BBQ sauce. Serve hot.
Mix all ingredients well. Roll into 100 balls and quick freeze ... bag and freeze until ready to use without thawing. Bake at 450 degrees for 12 minutes.
Mix and roll in small balls. Bake at ... freeze, place on cookie sheet, freeze, put in plastic bag. After removing from oven, place on paper towel to drain.
Mix well and shape balls on ungreased cookie ... on sheet to freeze. After frozen, put in freezer bags. You can take out as many as you like at the time.
Work all ingredients ... into 1 inch balls. Arrange on ... and freeze. After freezing, sausage balls can be ... cookie sheet until done (about 15-20 minutes).
Mix first 10 ... Chill. Form into balls. Freeze or ... freeze cooked or uncooked for 6 weeks. If cooked, do not put in water mixture until ready to use.
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