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Josh Duhamel's Meatballs and Gravy


Josh Duhamel's Meatballs and Gravy

Meatballs and Gravy


1 lb. ground beef

1 envelope dry onion soup mix

1 can cream of mushroom soup

1 3⁄4 cups water

Form hamburger into small meatballs and cook in a pan over medium heat until browned. Pour off most of fat and add mushroom soup, water, and dry onion soup mix. Simmer until gravy mixture is thickened. Serve over mashed potatoes, rice, or noodles.


Josh Duhamel was born November 14, 1972, in Minot, North Dakota. After high school, he planned to become a dentist and majored in biology but dropped out of college shortly before graduating (he completed his degree 10 years later). After leaving college, he moved to California, began modeling, and started acting. In 1999, he made his TV debut on the soap opera All My Children and won an Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actor. He starred in the primetime series Las Vegas, the Transformer movie franchise, and many other romantic comedies and dramatic films.

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Printing Quiz

If your printer mentions font points, what they really mean is:

  • A tapered or sharp edge of an object.

  • The main issue at hand.

  • A unit to measure fonts. For example, one point = 1/72 inch.

When it comes to typography and design, fonts are measured by pt or points. 

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