'Spicy Meatballs' is a term used by Italian Chefs who put Meth Amphetamine in their food. DEA officials believe.
"We believe we have found an Italian Chef who might be cooking meatballs and meth," said a DEA official.
The accused Italian stated: 'I'm just an ordinary person who loves to cook. what's wrong with that? I'm not harming anybody. My meatballs are delicious. Just mince, salt, egg, bread, and garlic. Because the key to good meatballs is not to add any herbs.'
'We have to be careful because there are a lot of street names for meth...and meatballs is one of them,' said the DEA official. 'Not to mention: Crank, Crystal, salt, egg, Crystal Meth, bread, Hot Ice, garlic, herb, Jalapeño, Lasagna, Just mince, Bistecca Fiorentina (steak florentine) Braciole Bresaola Capicollo Carne Pizzaiola Coda alla vaccinara Cotechino Modena Cotoletta alla milanese Cotoletta alla petroniana Culatello Guanciale (cured pork jowl)Mortadella Osso buco Pancetta Pezzetti di cavallo Prosciutto di Parma Prosciutto cotto (cooked ham)Prosciutto crudo Salame Salsiccia (sausages) including Salsiccia cruda Soppressata Speck Alto Adige PGI Violino Valtell Christina, Tina, Cris, Cristy, Chalk, Whitesnake, Chalk, Dust, Ice, Speed, Geep, Getter, Getgo, Go Fast, G, Trash, Garbage, Wash, White Cross, White Crunch, Hanyak, Hironpon, Hiropon, egg, Hot Ice, Super Ice, Batu, Kaksonjae, LA Glass, LA Ice, Ice Cream, Quartz, Chunky Love, Cookies, Cotton Candy, Dunk, Gak, Go-Go Juice, Junk, No Doze, Pookie, Rocket Fuel, Scooby Snax...just off the top of my head."
Thank god he wasn't accused of cooking coq-au-vin.