Wednesday, February 25, 2009
Where's the Beef?
Well, besides a desire to really beef about the new stimulus package and what that is really going to do for our economy, there will be very little beef in the following recipe.
First though, I would like to share something we found this morning in the Doctrine and Covenants, specifically Section 90:25-27. The counsel to serve the Lord was followed by finding upright men of means who could help in the work. And that when this was accomplished, they were to be wise in using the resources acquired which is what those verses refer to. There was a footnote on the commission to "Keep your families small" as that was a strange request. see Mosiah 4:26-27. In these verses we are commanded to repent and take care of those in need, but to do it in wisdom and in order as we are not asked to run faster than we have strength. A good reminder to not over schedule time each day. We all need a rest period each day to reflect, revive and rejuvenate. See what Brigham Young says about that in my very first post.
Okay, now to the recipe.
1 cup cracked wheat or bulgar wheat soaked in 2 cups hot beef bullion or broth. 1/2 cup bread crumbs 1/3 lb. hamburger 1 egg 1 T katsup 1 T. worcesteshire sauce 1/2 t. Lawry's seasoning salt
1 can cream of mushroom soup + 2 soup cans water 1 package onion soup mix 2 T. katsup 2 T. worcesteshire sauce 1 t. marjoram 1 t. basil 1 t. dill weed 1/2 cup sour cream
Combine meatball ingredients and mix well. Form 1 inch meatballs and place on greased baking pan. Bake at 350 for 20 minutes or until lightly browned. Combine all sauce ingredients except sour cream in a large pot and heat over medium temp, stirring occasionally. Turn down temperature to low and stir in sour cream until blended well. Add hot meatballs and serve. Serves 8
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