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There is a trick to making good meatballs and much of it depends on the balance between ground beef and sausage. The Mohammedans would blend spices to beef (sort of a kebab-in-a-ball), since pork is haram. HOWEVER, I maintain that without delicious pork sausage, they're just not right. I've never wrapped them with bacon, but bacon makes everything better.
Who cares who gets the credit. They are good and I can't see that changing the name would work either. So enjoy them.Have a fabulous day. ♥
Just like English muffins are not English, Canadian bacon is not Canadian, and Brussels sprouts have nothing whatever to do with Brusselts. So what? It's all still good to eat.
Since you bring up Sweden, let me say I read and article where it was introduced that Sweden will ship out moslem vermin who have not integrated that have arrived there since 2000. Godspeed Sweden. Ship out the vermin. It is your only chance. That goes for the EU as well. Dumb suckers that they are.
LL: I think all cultures have some kind of meatball dish. I make mine with ground beef mostly, but I have used a ground beef and ground pork mix which is equally delicious. I usually serve them with a marinara sauce. You're right about bacon. My husband dressed a brisket in a basket weave of bacon and, not only was it a thing of beauty, but it was delicious.
Sandee: Oh, I don't care either since most cultures have some kind of meatball dish. I just thought it was funny how it was presented. Sweden "confessed" to the "lie" and one tweeter wailed that his whole life had been a lie.
Missymimi: It's silly, I know. I just thought how it was presented was funny.
Kid: Good for the Swedes.
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