Tuesday, March 22, 2005

Don't you want some meatball to love?

Don't you need some meatball to love

Wouldn't you love some meatball to love

You better find some meatball to love

"Turkey Meatballs"
Co-starring hummus, chopped green olives, sauteed onions and dark greens.


At 4:31 AM, Aristotle

What is love?
Baby don‘t hurt me,
don‘t hurt me,
no more…

At 8:45 AM, Julie

I've got poster's remorse; it should have been:
"Meatballs keep fallin' on my head"

But that doesn't mean my eyes will soon be turning red
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La la la la LA
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At 9:00 AM, Dev


That looks fantastic, yo.

At 9:46 AM, Julie

Thanks. I've gotten pretty good at ground meat/bread mixtures; I'm trying to duplicate God's personal meatloaf, which resides in a sandwich at Euro Pane here in Pasadena.

At 10:27 AM, Mark Roachfort

God damn you I am so hungry now!

At 3:07 PM, Marteen Von Hoousel

Your balls look lovely!

We have been experimenting with meatballery 'round the homefront and I have found two things that seem to improve mine:

Slightly stale bread ripped to small chunks (not crumbs) and soaked in milk before mixing with the meat; as well as the use of chopped italian parsley.

my gf won't explain to me the difference between italian parsley and regular parsley, she just says 'fuggedaboutit'. But it's good.

(with beef anyway)

At 7:40 AM, Dev

You inspired me to try cooking, really cooking, for the first time. It actually worked!

(not meatballs)

At 9:44 AM, Julie

Rock, Dev! What'd you make?

Graham, I'll try soaking my crumbs in milk. I've thought about toasting them, too; this heavenly meatloaf I want to duplicate is pretty loose and juicy in texture, nothing dense about it. I grate boats of carrot or zuchinni in.

Italian parsley is flat leaf, it looks a bit like cilantro. Regular type is the crinkly stuff what they garnish your T-bone with at the Sizzler.

At 11:42 AM, Dev

Well, bear in mind that I'm starting slowly. But:

- Package of ground turkey
- seasoned liberally with garlic and basil
- chopped up 1/2 green bell pepper
- 1/2 red bell pepper
- liberal handful diced onions
- throw it all in a big pan
- brown on stovetop; add soy sauce and black pepper to taste
- serve with whole wheat pita bread and basmati rice

I was so proud of myself I didn't even mind doing the dishes.

At 11:01 PM, Julie

It sounds like a dang tasty thing to eat.


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