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By Tory Tedder


hanksgiving went great considering it was  oil-less infrared fryer was delicious even if


  





starting. For me, wintertime means thick soups  time snuggling with loved ones. These two recipes are easy and make great leftovers. The Meatballs is my favorite while the Spicy Chicken Soup is my favorite snuggle partner's favorite meal. They both make me very happy.





   cooking program on the radio that it is very much    simmering. Well, farmers, no matter where they  


 daughter's favorite and what she requests when   you'd rather cuddle under blankets than cook.


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Grandma's Meatballs, Eudora Wall


Meatballs (for 8 people) 1 lb. Ground Beef (chuck) 2 Eggs Crushed crackers


2 T Water Salt/Pepper to taste


Combine ingredients for meatballs and brown in


skillet. Do not use ground serloin. You want a bit of fat  meat stick into balls. Form small balls no larger than 1 or 1 1/2 inch diameter. Large balls will burn on the outside before the center is done.


Sauce 1 16oz can Tomato Sauce 1 tomato sauce can Water 2 T Oleo* 1 Onion, chopped


1 tsp Sugar 1/2 tsp Baking Soda Salt


Saute onion in oleo. Add tomato sauce, water, sugar


and salt. Bring to a boil and add soda. Add meatballs to sauce and simmer 1 hour. Serve with spaghetti.


*This recipe comes straight out of a cookbook my grandmother made for me. For younger people, oleo is basically margerine.


Spicy (& Creamy) Chicken Soup, Judy Kay Wall


Cook together in large soup pot: 1 can Chicken Broth 1 can Water (use chicken broth can) 2-3 stalks Celery, chopped 1 small Onion, chopped 1/2 to 1 lb. Carrots, sliced


While this is cooking prepare a pkg. of Chicken Rice- A-Roni (do not cook all the way). Add Rice-A-Roni to soup pot with: 1 can Cream of Mushroom soup 1 can Rotel 14–16 oz. Chicken breast, cooked and chopped 4–8 oz. chunk of Velveeta


Cook over med/low heat for 30 minutes.


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