Grandma Olg’s MEATBALL Recipe
- Ground Beef (90/10)
- Italian Bread (Water & smush it, no crust)
- Garlic Powder or Fresh (Just eye it out)
- Black Pepper (Throw a little here and there)
-Onion Powder (Eye it out Antonio, “me”)
- 2-3 Eggs per pound of beef (More eggs if you feel you need it
- A LOT OF GRATED CHEESE (It makes the meatballs)
- Salt (Put a good amount, don’t be shy)
- Fresh Parsley
Now, ROLL them out. This is crucial for a good meatball (Grandma Olg).
Antonio, feel this, it's cold as a momma! –Grandma Olg
Watch it now, too much spices, it doesnt pay to get crazy – Grandma Olg
Lot’s of cheese, it makes it; put more you will like the taste. Syracuse basketball will give me a heart attack this year – Grandma Olg
In conclusion, it was a great Sunday with my Grandma and I think the soaked Italian bread is the secret to a good meatball!
Louie over did bulking season this year! He went with the 10,000 calorie intake a day, it back fired! Louie stated, “Don’t worry ladies, Ill have wash board abs by summer". -Louie The Beagle
Louie's Favorite Protein Shake: Banana Bread Shake
- 2 Scoops Whey Protien
- 1 Banana
- ½ cup Quaker oatmeal (cook with boiling water)
- ¾ cup Kellogg’s Bran Flakes
- Bottle of water
- Sugar, brown sugar or artificial sweetener
It saddens me to write about such tragedy that occurred on such a proud day in the heart of Boston.
We must help, support, and stand for the fallen.
By: LAUREN SHER,GMA
Marrying his high school sweetheart was a day Nolan Keane had dreamed of, but didn't know if he'd live to see. That's because Keane, 28, has been battling brain cancer for almost four full years longer than doctors originally expected.
Carstens, a 26-year-old registered nurse, put her work on hold, moving in with Keane's family to care for him. Last November, on a family trip to Disney World, Keane proposed to Carstens, getting out of his wheelchair and down on one knee, to her surprise.
"We went to go see the fireworks. Since there was so much walking, he told me, 'My back is really hurting. Can you get me out the wheelchair?' And then [he] got down on one knee and I forgot to say yes. I think he kind of knew by my response," she said.
After the results of a recent MRI showed that Keane's cancer had spread and he had months left to live. Family and friends rallied the community, raising money on Facebook. Then, in late February, they set up a fundraising page on goForward dot com, a website that specializes in raising money in a medical crisis, and it went viral. The donations have totaled $66,397, shocking Keane and Carstens.
"We have been only asking for support, encouragement and prayers, so when all of this blew up we all had every single emotion as possible about it. It's inspiring to see so many good-hearted and caring people out there," Carstens said. On March 9, Keane got his first wish fulfilled.
”This experience has made us look at life differently," she said. "We are extremely thankful."
This story was so beautiful, I had to share with you guys!
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“I may not have hands to hold my wife’s hands, but when the time comes, I will be able to hold her heart”.
This gentlemen’s story is so inspiring! Be thankful for your great friends and family; live life to the fullest!