Going through old recipes trying to come up with something that would be tasty for my evening meal.
There it was...dated 1968, paper turning yellow and must recopy so I do not lose this gem.
Anna was one of those special people who always hugged me when we came in contact with one another.
I truly loved her and she always made me feel so special.
I have such fond memories of her.
She was a war bride from Italy and wish I could share some of her story but better not.
Now living with a daughter and husband is with his younger wife:(
I can remember the evening we were invited for dinner - my husband and children - before my two youngest arrived.
Oh the tantalizing aroma as I entered her home. The same aroma that is filling this cottage over
the last several hours. This is a rare occurrence with my Sjogrens. With this immune disorder there is much I miss and also much is not tasty.
2 lbs of ground beef
1/2 lb of ground pork
salt and pepper to taste
4 beaten eggs
fresh grated Parmesan cheese
6 or 7 slices of bread that have been soaked in milk and then squeezed dry.
mix the above and form meatballs about the size of a golf ball
in a pan that you have cooked several slices of bacon and crumbled
add olive oil
place these meatballs
gently in simmering oil, cook and turn often so evenly brown
add 3 cans of tomato sauce
1 can of tomato's
I put an addition of my fresh Basil and Parsley in this sauce.
Water was added from time to time to keep the sauce from being to thick.
Simmer for at least an hour - mine simmered for about 1 1/2 hours.
This is what she wrote out and gave me years ago.
I went online to see if there was anything missing?
I made 1/2 this recipe and it made 8 meatballs. Could only eat one with the spaghetti and my
Have lunch and dinner for tomorrow and also a carton to freeze for a later date.
Next time all of children and grandchildren are visiting
I believe I will make this along with a big salad....