Sunday, April 06, 2008

Four Foods and Fun!

I've really been enjoying Four Foods on Friday. Just something I participate that allows readers to learn more about the blogger.

#1. What’s your favorite food smell?
I love the smell of roast in the morning after it's been cooking in the crockpot overnight.

#2. What’s your favorite kind of apple?
Granny Smith is my favorite because I like the tangyness.

#3. What veggies do you like in your salad?
The ulitmate veggie in a salad is tomatoes. I love tomatoes so much that I eat them by themselves, sliced with salt and pepper. I also love bell peppers and cucumbers in my salad.

#4. Share a recipe that uses beef.

Easy Swedish Meatballs
2 lb ground beef
1 can cr. of mushroom soup
¼ c. cracker crumbs
2 can cream of celery
¼ c. minced onion
2 can of water
1 slightly beat egg
2 T. parsley
cooked rice

Mix beef, crumbs, onion, egg and parsley. Shape into 24 meatballs. Brown meat in skillet. Stir in soup and water. Cover; Cook over low heat 20 minutes, stirring occasionally. Serve over rice.


Tanya said...

I learned about swedish meatballs from you and that's the recipe I follow. Still a crowd pleaser around here!

Karen said...

That sounds so much simpler than any Swedish meatball recipe I have tried. Thanks!

chili queen said...

My kids love Swedish meatballs and we can only get them at restaurants. I've got to try this recipe, it sounds easy enough, thanks :)

Sandy M said...

I'm going to try the swedish meatballs this weekend. Sounds yummy!

Ash said...

This is my first FFOF visit! Great swedish meatballs recipe! Sadly, my hubby is allergic to now I can't use that fabulous addition of cream of mushroom soup!:(

Lynne said...

Oh! I'm going to have to try the swedish meatball recipe. It sounds better than the one I've tried before!

valmg said...

Swedish meatballs. How do I love thee, let me count the ways.
Thanks for playing Four Foods on Friday.

Sarafina said...

Great recipe! I had to add that to MasterCook. :)

I love the smell of things simmer in the Crock Pot, too...especially my spaghetti sauce.

corrin said...

My mom used to make the boil in the bag Swedish meatballs, so I think I might need to expand my meatball tasting. Haha.