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Meatballs. Not Swedish. Paired with a nice cheap chianti or valpolicella.
Not a clue.The only time I eat ketchup is with cheese on toast. I guess it isn't that. Whatever it is, it warrants a glass of wine so maybe John's right???
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I was thinking baked potato.
Interestingly, ketchup is derived from the Chinese word " k'ē chap", which means "sauce for meatballs."
The meatball guesses are on the right track.It's a hamburger. So wrapped because after assembling them with pancooked patties and caramelized onions, I put them into a blazing oven to melt the cheese on top. However this has the undesirable effect of steaming the whole burger slightly. They are delicious, and juicy, but I think I have to melt my cheese under the broiler.And we'll be talking meatballs, soon.