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Meatloaf, we're sorry to say, is not going to win any beauty contests.
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This sounds like my mom's meatloaf recipe. She used the egg! Stop by my blog - I'm having couple of giveaways!
May 03, 2009 at 04:02 PM
Sounds delish! My kids have an inexplicable love of my meatloaf. Since there are now nine of us in the house, I use a little over 2 1/2 lbs of ground beef, with oats for the filler. I like to make it on a broiler pan because it lets all the yucky stuff run underneath, and I can divide it into two smaller loaves for faster cooking if I need to.
May 04, 2009 at 05:59 AM
We were trying to figure out what to have for dinner tonight. We were going to settle for spaghetti, but meatloaf sounds really good. :D
May 04, 2009 at 07:40 AM
I lurrrvvvv meatloaf. In my version, I slather the top with BBQ sauce and then cover it with strips of bacon before putting it into the oven.
It's even better then next day, cold from the fridge.
May 04, 2009 at 08:36 AM
Meatloaf is a family favorite here, too!
May 04, 2009 at 02:16 PM
I love meatloaf too. It's such a same that we can't make it win those beauty contests. I'm going to try to make a drop-dead gorgeous meatloaf. :)
May 04, 2009 at 06:05 PM
We love meatloaf in our house I always go crazy with the veggies in meatloaf (spinach and carrot also work well), so here's a trick: I grate them all using the food processor, so that they are super fine. They I sautee them with a teaspoon of olive oil in a pan until they begin to "weep." Once they've released most of their water, then I add them to the meatloaf fixings in the bowl, and it keeps them loaf itself from becoming too watery.
Another way to combat this is to scoop handfuls of the meatloaf mixture and form them into mini-individual sized loaves. Then bake them on a cookie sheet or, better yet, a slotted pan placed on top of a cookie sheet. This gives the water someplace to drain away from the loaf itself, and it means they brown nicely and cook quickly.
May 11, 2009 at 07:04 AM
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