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    Default pork chops or swedish meatballs?

    THe porkchops are to be baked over stuffing onion and apples with sides of scalloped potatoes and broccoli

    the swedish meatballs pretty straightforward over egg noodles
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    Ohhh, both sound good. I'll go for chops!

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    Swedish meatballs.

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    Depends on the sauce with the meatballs. And where's the veggies?

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    killjoy, I always make salad when their is no vegetable.
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    I love veggies!!

    You didn't answer my question about the sauce for the meatballs. Or will the meatballs be sauteed/fried/baked/boiled/steamed/served raw then dumped on dry pasta?

    If it's boring pasta with boring meatballs, the pork chop meal sounds much better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenaphor View Post
    I love veggies!!

    You didn't answer my question about the sauce for the meatballs. Or will the meatballs be sauteed/fried/baked/boiled/steamed/served raw then dumped on dry pasta?

    If it's boring pasta with boring meatballs, the pork chop meal sounds much better.
    pan fried and covered in a beef based sauce that has beef stock,butter,flour,sour cream,raspberry jam

    it was suppose to be ligonberry but the store didn't have that so we'll see
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    I'm making swedish meatballs tonight and pork chops tommorow night, for 2 reasons, 1 the meatballs won and 2 the pan too cook the pork chops in is dirty
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    Swedish meatballs.

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