|The Grapes of Wine|
|by Baudouin Neirynck; PhD|
The ancient Greek philosophers called them elixirs of the gods. The Roman emperors used them to celebrate their victories.
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Cook meatballs in a large ... chili sauce and jelly and cook until ... stirring constantly. Add pineapple, if desired. ... minutes, stirring mixture occasionally.
Combine ingredients in ... heat slowly. Form meatballs approximately the size ... center hole of pineapple rings. Pour sauce over top or serve on the side.
Brown the meatballs; put in chili sauce, jelly and 1/2 cup juice of pineapple into large pan. ... ingredients. Heat until all are hot. This can be frozen, too.
Roll into balls, brown, salt and pepper to taste. Put in crockpot or Dutch oven, cover with sauce. Let simmer on low heat several hours. Serve over ...
Mix all ingredients except salad oil. Shape into 1 inch balls. Brown in oil. Drain. Simmer in one of the sauces for 30 minutes. ITALIAN STYLE: ...
Mix all together. Make 1 1/2-inch balls. Cook at 350 degrees.
Mix the above together and shape into meatballs (about 1 inch ... until melted, stirring constantly. Add meatballs and cook over low heat for about 1 hour.
Sprinkle flour on ... well blended. Drop meatballs into sauce and ... spoon, until sauce thickens and meat well done, adding water if necessary while cooking.
Combine all meat ... stuffing (above). Arrange meatballs in shallow baking ... crockpot or chafing dish with wooden picks for spearing. About 30 meatballs.
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