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just for you man

 

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Scary!

It's its dead, eat it.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trichinosis   LinD

JohnFromTexas

yeah and he just got done putting his pink balls in his mouth :)

 

seriously, odds are you will be ok but u never know for sure.

 

meatballs sounds good to me!

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just for you man

 

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So damn funny...my cheeks are wet from laughting,woke up the house with my howing

 

thanks for the entertainment broden

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JohnFromTexas

so basically you're salivtin' for some schwetty balls?? :shitstormretarded:

 

reminds me of south park:

 

chef: "whoo! lick on my salty chocolate balls (put'em in your mouth!) put'em in your mouth and suck'em and suck'em!

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Why is a meatball thread in MY drinking forum?

 

I will move it now, of course.

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JamesMusslewhite

Why is a meatball thread in MY drinking forum?

 

I will move it now, of course.

 

Fanboat was drinking, when he started thinking about his pink meat balls? :biggrin_01:

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By the way...one of the best methods to cook bola-bola (meatballs) is just deep frying the little buggers. Should only take 20-30 minutes.

 

Otherwise, if you bake them..consider the cooking time two-thirds that of meatloaf. So if it were in a little toaster oven, I would cook them for at least 50-60 minutes if they were no bigger than 2-inches in diameter.

 

When I make the big 3-inch diameter meatballs for my spaghetti, I usually cook them at 350-375 degrees for 70-90 minutes (depending on the meat to bread crumb ratio).

Now you have me drooling. I'll be over for dinner...

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Bob Ward

A meat thermometer is the only way to be totally sure,(160 degrees) but pink pork is not necessarily a sign of undercooking. It depends on several factors including the size, but a 1.5 oz meatball only needs 20 minutes in a 400 degree oven. If you bake them too long as some suggest here, they will be dry and hard.

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hey Bob,

 

would you share your meatball recipe with us?

I heard you make some special meat balls.

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richard90027

You can get Meds to kill the worms and then just pull them out of your ass.

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TheMatrix

There's an ultra-toxic preservative used in processed meats which is used to maintain the meats pinkness. It's called sodium nitrates and it's in almost all packaged meats, ie sausages, hotdogs, or anything desired to keep its meat color. The nitrates are highly toxic and dangerous for your health. It's one of those things that kill you quickly over 2-3 decades. LOL As much as Filipinos have no regard for the ingredients they put in their food, i.e., monosodium glutamate... they are probably purposely adding nitrates to their food to maintain the fresh look.

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Steve, although you have your own views regarding health, food habits, etc., I have to disagree here.

 

To be a vegan, I could not do, ever. I have to have pork, beef, chicken in my life. Heck, I know some vegetarians who will not even eat fish.

 

But, to say it will kill you over two to three decades is wrong. If that were true, me, and most of the people I know, would have long since been dead.

 

Either way, I respect your view on it. But, as long as we are happy with what we do and how we live, well, that is most important after all, isn't it?

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just eat up and enjoy - all sorts of things are killing us...are you dead yet? then it must be OK (for now, anyway)...just think of all those things we are told that are good for us that end up killing us!

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I like to fry them in a pan, fill the water half way up the meat ball.

 

As the water boils away the fat from the meat ball will mix in. Boil the water and fat completely out until they are browned all over.

 

They will be moist and juicy.

 

Like Bob Ward said baking them will dry them out.

 

If you are mixing them with red sauce they will still soak up a lot of sauce.

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