Mini Meatball Maker Review
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Italian wedding soup made with bone broth in the IP. The meatballs were made with this new gadget.

https://www.amazon.com/Surfix-Mini-meat-...ball+maker

Maryann

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#12
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Love the bowl pattern!! How the hell does that ball  maker work??? Dodgy

And, the soup looks really good, also.
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#13
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Jean, I was going to say, "What shesaid". But then I looked further down the page in the Q&A section and it was explained their.  Pretty slick!  Soup looks yum yum!  I need to try that soup .  I have never had it.
Daphne
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#14
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I admit I don't make meatballs often enough to need a special tool, but why not use a cookie scoop? What am I missing?
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#15
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Interesting gadget and your soup looks great Maryann.  I have made one version or another a couple of times and it's always so good.
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#16
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O.K.. what the heck - gadgets are fun!! Smile
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#17
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Yes, they are fun and fortunately for me, this one works pretty well. I make an awful lot of those little meatballs. Alina, I don't actually know how a cookie scoop would work, but it probably would be just fine and achieve the same thing.

Jean, the soup bowl is Pfalzgraff and I got those bowls and dinner plates on clearance at their outlet store. I love stoneware and I don't have to have everything matching, so it's one of those places that I love to go. I actually got some other bowls for 99 cents a piece one time because they discontinued the pattern.

Trixxee, I usually use that tiny pearl pasta, small meatballs, and a handful of greens in my wedding soup, but some people like to add chick peas instead of the pasta. It's one of my favorite soups.
Maryann

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#18
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I love buying dishes like that, too! I have so many 2s and 4s of different place settings. One of the reasons this kitchen is so frustrating - right now I have to keep almost all of them out in the storage room, so not the least bit handy.
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#19
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I think it's cool!  Making 50 meatballs in less than five minutes versus scooping them?  Heck yea!

I love Pfaltzgraff!  I'd love to have an outlet nearby!  But if I'm not mistaken, most are all in the northeast?
Daphne
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#20
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I was hoping it wasn't true, but the outlet store by me has closed. When I checked online, it said that all of the outlet stores have closed. Sad

So, now the only options are the online store or JC Penney and maybe Walmart.
Maryann

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