Thanksgiving Stuffing Meatballs from "Practical Paleo" | Diane Sanfilippo

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  1. These meatballs look divine!! Thanksgiving will be difficult since I’m eating with family and they do not follow Paleo, so I’ll be making my own items to bring! This is a perfect addition to the pumpkin pie and mashed faux-tatoes I plan on making!! Thank you for Practical Paleo, I practically live in that book!

  2. Never in a million years would I have thought of this! What a great idea! This will have to just be a weeknight dinner in my house, since I already have way too much food planned for thanksgiving.

  3. All of these things look yummy, but I see that you might use butter….and I thought butter is a dairy because it is made from the cream and not directly from the animal fat….I also see the substitutions….Just curious…..Please explain ……thankyou in advance.

    1. I think butter from grass-fed cow’s milk is a very nutrient-dense food and a great thing to eat if you tolerate it well. It’s rich in vitamins A and D as well as K2. I don’t think that people should fear butter or dairy from well-raised sources if they feel good eating it.

  4. Have you made these ahead of time, to the point where your about to bake them, then refrigerate them until the next day, then bake? I’m wanting to make these for Xmas dinner but it won’t be at my house so I’m trying to prepare at home, then bake at their house.

  5. You mention water in this recipe but don’t say how much? I’m afraid to put too much and have it too watery. Any suggestions for how much water to start with?

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    1. I made these lovely meatballs with deer sausage, my husband’s rosemary and basil, and I added a local organic creamery’s “Farmhouse Cheddar,” a raw cheese that is heavenly. I made a blueberry reduction sauce to accompany these, but I was out (oh, no!) of red wine, so I substituted champagne. It was really good!! Thanks for these oh, so simple, but fabulous and elegant recipes.

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  14. You used to have a recipe for cranberry sauce that had apples and figs as well. I’ve searched the site and can’t find it. 😢

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