You Don’t Know What You’re Missing Out On Honey!

meat loaf

 

Meatloaf is The Bomb when done right.

Even better?

Meatloaf Sandwiches the next day.

I can’t believe there are people who don’t know this!

I fucking LOVE them!

19 thoughts on “You Don’t Know What You’re Missing Out On Honey!

  1. My wife makes a meatloaf that’s amazing. It’s one of the go-to meals when we’re out of ideas. With gravy and sides of mashed potatoes and fresh-cut carrots it’s a good meal. The next day sliced up and served on bread with gravy as open-faced sandwiches, yum…

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  2. Correct. When done right, it is delicious, and I have done it using the classic
    recipes several times. What I cannot find however used to be very common
    back in the 60s and 70s. A lot of people pour catsup on top but I would like
    to do it the old restaurant way with Spanish sauce. It is basically a mild chili
    sauce with sauteed bell peppers and onions. Theoretically, it’s the same shit
    used with Spanish Omelets, but I cannot find the right recipe.

    And if you like a real heart attack treat the same sauce is used in something
    called a John Wayne breakfast. Several restaurants in the South Bay area
    of Los Angeles county serve this dish. It is a bowl lined with corn tortillas
    filled with hashbrowns or home fries with two fried eggs on top with sausage
    patties or links smothered in the sauce and cheese, with flour tortillas on the
    side. If you can get the sauce right, a John Wayne is a manly breakfast!

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  3. My wife DOES do the ketchup on top, but lately we’ve been using Sweet Baby Ray’s Barbecue Sauce, it gives an added kick to it.

    Meatloaf, mashed potatoes and gravy, mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!

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  4. Had a meatloaf sandwich for lunch today. Heat a slice in the microwave and slap it between to pieces of bread with ketchup. Good to go.

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  5. Having enjoyed the first 1/16 of my life in a small S American country, the meatloaf always had some interesting variations. Sometimes a hard boiled egg or 3 were put inside the center before baking. Other times chopped parsley, red onion and pine nuts were mixed in, and always a touch or stale bread crumbs to the mix. The ketchup on top did not come until we had American friends, They introduced that variation and also corn fritters as a side. I chalk up my girth to that latter discovery. Yep, meatloaf appeared at least 2 times a month back then and I could not wait.

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  6. Reminded of the school lunch special meatloaf – lots of blah vegetables barely held together with a minimum amount of meat. Took a REALLY long time before I tried any after graduation.

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  7. For heart health reasons I’ve taken to using Quaker Oats instead of bread crumbs or crushed crackers in mine. but tome variations to consider:
    •Chili meat loaf, (chili seasoning, white onions, Jalapenos, beans optional)
    •Spicy meatloaf, (1 C Heinz chili sauce with 2 Tbsp of horseradish as a topping)
    •Bacon Cheeseburger Meatloaf, (1/2 lb of bacon, cheddar cheese, red onions)
    •Jagger schnitzel meatloaf, (1/2 lb ground pork, mushrooms, brown gravy, black bread crumbs)
    •Taco meatloaf

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  8. I like to make a meatloaf of:

    equal parts by weight ground beef, pork, and venison
    chopped green onions, celery, carrots
    sliced white button mushrooms
    breadcrumbs, beaten eggs
    salt, pepper, and a bit of garlic powder to taste

    Spread canned tomato paste on top before it goes into the oven.

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