|by Ralph Steadman|
From Chile to California, South Africa to Alsace, Ralph Steadman has seen the best of the world's wine-producing regions.
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Mix well and ... once in awhile. You may use weiners in place of meatballs. May be served alone or over rice. You may make more sauce if serving over rice.
If you are ... make you own meatballs from the recipe. ... well. Mix the grape jelly and chili sauce ... toss to coat meatballs. Cook on low until done.
Mix hamburger, onion ... in saucepan the jelly, chili and ... occasionally. Place uncooked meatballs into sauce and ... quantities just double the recipe.
Roll hamburger into ... balls, bite-size. Brown meatballs in a deep ... are thoroughly cooked. Place meatballs and sauce in a chafing dish with toothpicks.
Mix all together ... and make sure all is dissolved. Pour over meatballs turning every 15 minutes or so. Make sure all are covered. Simmer at least 1 hour.
Combine ground beef, ... chili sauce and grape jelly over low heat until well blended. Place meatballs in sauce and ... sauce and serve with toothpicks.
Combine ground beef, ... Combine sauces and grape jelly. Cook over ... grease and put meatballs in crock pot. ... hours. Makes approximately 60 meatballs.
Taste for salt and pepper. let white bread absorb as much cold water as it can hold and beat well. Mix all the ingredients together. make small balls ...
Using first five ingredients, form meatballs. Melt jelly and chili sauce together. Add meatballs and simmer for 1/2 to 1 hour.
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