|Know Your Onions|
|by Brian Glover|
This indispensible cookery book opens with a stunning visual guide to the many varieties of onions available today.
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Break up tomatoes, ... add small cooked meatballs you may take ... have in your refrigerator. A good way to use up good leftovers. Heat when ready to serve.
(Cheese goes well in salad; there are so many kinds that it will be easy to get the kids to eat salad.) Wash all vegetables. Mix all ingredients in a ...
Combine egg and 1/4 cup of the soup. Stir in the uncooked rice, green pepper, onion, parsley, salt and pepper; add meat. Mix well; shape into 20 ...
Have butcher grind ... to brown the meatballs evenly and allow ... time you make them -- they're that good! Labor-intensive to a degree, but well worth it.
Mix and make into balls. Cook in saucepan until sugar dissolves. Pour over ham balls. Bake at 325 degrees for about 2 hours. Baste often. Makes 25-30 ...
Combine beef, rice, ... juice. Pour over meatballs. Bring to ... simmer 10 to 15 minutes. Garnish with more fresh chopped parsley, if desired. Serves 6.
Grind up meat ... and form into meatballs. Roll meatballs ... with or without additional gravy. You can also use pork, chicken or turkey in place of beef.
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