WHERE EAT MEATS JEST DEPT.
The meat scandal that has enveloped Europe galloped into the Ikea corporate headquarters when it was revealed that traces of horsemeat were found in the company’s trademark Swedish meatballs. While some people are upset, it should be noted that up until the revelation, everyone LOVED the taste of the round Swedish delectables —horsemeat and all! Ikea has stopped selling the controversial meatballs, at least temporarily, leaving many loyal customers hungry and clamoring. In the name of good public relations, the least Ikea can do is educate consumers ON how they can create Ikea Swedish meatballs at home — with appropriate Ikea instructions, of course.