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Meatballs & Grass

Posted in Interest, Life by thisisanexperiment on April 20, 2010

The 2 are really unrelated.

I cooked Spaghetti & Meatballs today, a Jamie Oliver recipe that’s easy to do. You can find it HERE.

The meatballs weren’t really meatballs though. The recipe calls for it to be easily squeezed out from sausages (that you can buy), into little balls. It’s approximately 1 sausage for 3 meatballs (but mine produced alot more ‘meatballs’). I used some bratswurst sausages from the supermarket, but didn’t manage to squeeze them into balls. Hmm, no matter.

Didn’t use balsamic vinegar either, cause…I’m on a budget. I used a tad bit of sugar instead to sweeten the sauce. Seasoned with salt and black pepper. Also made the sauce thicker  (than what the original recipe) seems like just because.


In other news, Rudi went out to play.

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I’ve decided I’m going to try to cook something at least once a week. It’s to train me for independent living. Also, here’s some other words of wisdom.

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  1. Rikke said, on April 21, 2010 at 5:55 am

    Oh that spaghetti is mouthwatering…

    btw I’m going to quote the “Remember” part..

  2. xinyi said, on April 21, 2010 at 7:44 am

    HI BABY LETS HAVE A COOKING DATE WHEN I GET BACK! i booked my return ticket already. i’ll be flying on 1st july (: miss youuuuu

    • thisisanexperiment said, on April 21, 2010 at 2:48 pm

      hi babe, you’re not travelling more?


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