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August 28, 2009

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Anabell Molle

The receipe sounds delicious but you didn't include the temperature of the oven setting. I don't want to overcook or burn them. I would assume it should be cooked at 350 degrees. If I'm wrong, please post the correct temperature.
Thank you,
Anabell

Mary Ann Esposito

Thank you for spotting the omission, Anabell. You are correct, 350F is the temperature you want. Again our apologies. Hope you enoy the meatballs!

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Wow, looks mouth watering its very cheesy I like pasta with lots of cheese.

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Hello,

I'm italian and I think you're right!

The recipe is easy to follow and I did it in a short while... I have to say it was so good!

Ninou

Excellent !
Merci

Sylvia Marie Talamantez

Dear Mary Ann,
I'm 64 years old and remember your shows on PBS, that was the first time anyone every showed me how to cook Italian food.
You did a segment once with your beloved mother and she made you stuffed green bell peppers and she put them upside down in the pan and then put sauce on top of them. I loved that show so very much.
Could you please give me the recipe again, I remember she put a lot of eggs in it.
I made this many years ago and everyone loved it. I lost the recipe.
Blessing to you and your family.
lots of hugs,
Sylvia

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Thank you for spotting the omission, Anabell. You are correct, 350F is the temperature you want. Again our apologies. Hope you enoy the meatballs!

Cari Uang

Thanks for sharing great recipe

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