1 pound ground beef/turkey
1 pound spicey/hot ground sausage (if you can't find the spicy sausage then add a couple dashes of hot sauce--it really doesn't make it hot at all, but just adds some flavor)
1 cup parmesan cheese
1 cup bread crumbs
1 clove garlic, minced
1 T Italian seasoning
Beat eggs, then add cheese, bread crumbs, garlic and seasoning. Add meat and mix together--hands works the best. Shape them into balls about walnut size. Brown in sauce pan with a bit of oil. The outside will be browned but the inside will still be a bit raw. Since this recipe makes a ton this is the point where I freeze half of them (put them on a cookie sheet and freeze individually). The remaining meatballs I simmer for about 20 minutes in my favorite spaphetti sauce. Then serve over spaghetti.
You can use this same recipe for meatloaf. I use a 9x13 pan and shape the meatloaf in the middle of the pan. The grease will run out, instead of being baked back in. Cook for about 1 hour at 350--maybe a little longer if you use turkey.
This is the only recipe I have ever thought up, hence the recipe is written quite poorly. But, it is pretty delicious if I do say so myself.