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Fabulous! I did not use the skewers like Stacky5. The meat came out so juice and tasty. Thank you very much for this outstanding recipe. I must at our table from now on.

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Chef h&h June 30, 2008

Wonderful dish!! I must say I was nervous that they would fall apart without the addition of eggs, but they held together beautifully! Thanks for another yummy recipe!

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~Leslie~ October 25, 2006

Delicious!!! I baked them as small loaves because I don't have skewers for grilling. So I ended up baking them for a total of 55 minutes because I made the cigar-shapes slightly larger for larger portions. So simple to make, yet so GOOD! My kids DO NOT like meatloaf, so I was totally shocked when they loved this recipe! "No fillers" seems to be what they prefer -- I have no leftovers to take to work tomorrow! Thank you for sharing this wonderful recipe, and for broadening our horizons past the "egg and bread crumb stage" of our lives! :)

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Stacky5 June 29, 2006

These were a real treat for Dugan who is quickly tiring of the tour recipes I am force feeding him. So I made these and told him we were having meatball subs! I served these in a hoagie roll with sauteed green peppers and onions with some steak sauce. I doubt this is a traditional way to serve these but it was good none the less. I purchased ground meat and then ran it through my kitchenaid grinder twice more. Melt in your mouth meatball. Nice trick. I will probably always grind my meatballs like this from now on.

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Pot Scrubber June 28, 2006
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