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    Re: General Food Talk

    Ha, I have always used a MIXER to mix the ingredients for sausage balls. My recipe says "mix the ingredients" so I guess I took it too literally.

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    Re: General Food Talk

    I hadn't thought about sausage balls being a southern thing either, but after I was reminded of them by Doxie posting the recipe, I've made them for several functions, and they've vanished.
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    Re: General Food Talk

    Quote Originally Posted by Bunny555;3298947;
    I actually really like that. I find it oddly therapeutic to squish meat through my fingers.
    Oh, you're just sick!

    I hate touching meat like that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by myrosiedog;3299364;
    Oh, you're just sick!

    I hate touching meat like that.
    LOL I admit I'm weird like that. But...this only applies to meat and NOT poultry. I can touch raw chicken parts but a whole chicken or turkey that looks like it's former self...no way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil Bit;3298728;
    Doxie - One question about the Sausage balls. Are they eaten plain or dipped in a sauce or what? You can add me to the group that's never heard, or eaten sausage balls. I may remedy that soon though because they sound delicious and so easy to make.
    I've never dipped them in anything. They don't last long enough to be dipped!

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    Re: General Food Talk

    I have seen dips for sausage balls. But we don't dip. We like them the way they are. We actually had leftovers, so I can have some for breakfast this morning.

    You could use BBQ sauce, honey mustard, ranch, whatever dip you like. But I think you'll like them without dip.

    Yep, Fried green tomatos are next and pimento cheese!

    OK Bunny, I don't mind a whole chicken or turkey, it's just ground meats that gross me out. I don't really like touching any of it, but to cook, I have too, so I try not to think about it.
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    How many of you put some kind of steak sauce on your steak? I'm really not "into" steak, but I've always thought that if you have a really good steak, properly prepared and tender enough to cut with your fork, why would you cover up that flavor with a sauce? That just doesn't seem right!

    Maybe it's the same with sausage balls?

    I adore friend green tomatoes! But, then, it's a vegetable, too.
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    Re: General Food Talk

    My son puts steak sauce on everything. I don't take offense to it anymore but at one point I felt the same way Shay. Why cover up a beautiful piece of meat with sauce? He just likes it I guess. I have never liked steak sauce. It is too vinegar-y for my taste buds.
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    I think that is just a kid thing...putting sauce on everything, although some people never move past it. I think it's about tastebud maturity.
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    Re: General Food Talk

    I have a friend who, when he orders a steak in a restaurant and the server asks him if he'd like steak sauce, he says, "Why? Is there something wrong with the meat?" He has stumped a few young servers with that question.

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