Happy new year, my fellow werewolves!

How’re you doing? Out here in the Shadow of Diablo we’re doing awesome! We’re starting off the year right! A celebration of meat and fellow fuzzy Americans!

Yes, it’s a new year, so I’ve decided it’s a new start to this Blog. I had a bad 2014. I don’t really want to dwell in its past, because it was a certain kind of terrible, but this is a fresh new year!

I’m going do to my best to keep this blog up to date, and see if we can’t, for once, stay on a Werewolf’s diet!

So, for the first post of 2015, I’m going to introduce you to one of my FAVORITE meals.

Meatballs: Werewolf style


1 pound of ground beef. I go for the higher fat stuff, better taste.
1 pound ground pork. I also go for the ‘sage’ variety
3-5 teaspoons dried onions
1 teaspoon italian seasoning
2 Tablespoons Worchestershire sauce
1 egg
salt – To taste
pepper – to taste


Preheat your oven to 350.

Dump everything into a bowl. I used a potato masher to mix it up, because it just made it easier. I don’t know why people say ‘to taste’ with salt and pepper when you’re dealing with raw meat, but that’s not really something werewolves have to worry about, is it? Mix everything up in your bowl really, really well. Get your hands in there if you need to, you’re a werewolf! C’mon!

Because I don’t have nearly enough utensils after the humans moved out, I’m having to use a brownie dish. No big deal, I lined it with tin foil, and just used the same tin-foil twice.

I rolled the meat into balls approximately 1.5 inches across. Easiest way to do this is to cut some off with a spoon, and roll it into a nicely compact ball. I could fit 15 of them in a standard brownie pan.

Bake for about 30 minutes. You’ll want to be sure they’re cooked all the way through.

Congrats, you’ve made really freeking good meatballs. Share them with your Pack!

Category(s): Recipe

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