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The family recipe for meatballs made with ground buffalo (bison).
My mother gave me this recipe from Southern Living Magazine, many years ago, when I was looking for something different for Christmas Dinner.
My mother made this every Christmas morning, and we have carried on the tradition with our children.
Buffalo Stew for the slow cooker. Free Range Buffalo is lower in fat and cholesterol than even chicken breast. The general rule for cooking buffalo is "Lower, Slower"; lower temperatures for longer time than beef.
Chicken, Beans, Spinach and Tomatoes with Mozzarella Cheese. A one dish dinner variation on the Spinach and Beans Au Gratin already posted on this site.
Annacia's Use It up Meat Loaf
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