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 Posted: Tue Oct 9th, 2007 01:09 am
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1st off, sorry I haven't posted here in a bit. Let's Cook!!!

This is my sister-in-law's meatloaf recipe. When she told it to me, I thought she was kidding. Try it, darn good. Like good cooks, there are no measurements really, just all by feel. So I went the same way.

2 pounds beef, eggs, bread crumbs, grated cheese (romano), garlic powder, salt, pepper and any seasonings you like.

Place 1/2 in a loaf container.



Then, make a huge divit in the center and fill with any cheese you like (this is moozarella)



Top with the remaining meat, and put veggies around it. I chose carrots and potatoes. (how'd that bird get there?)



Poor a can or two of chicken broth on top, and cook. I covered for 20 minutes at 500F then uncovered for another 40 minutes at 400F. You may need to add more liquid as it cooks. While it cooks, look out for sharks:



Top with the remaining cheese, cook a bit more, and enjoy!!!





Enjoy!!!

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 Posted: Tue Oct 9th, 2007 01:22 am
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That does look good, nice recipe
I think Ill try it with some grounded Bison

Thanks for sharing

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Now that's what I call comfort food...  course, I would double the amount of meat, after all it's 'meat and potatoes', not 'potatoes and meat'... heh...

btw, want a good recipe for fricassee cockatoo?   jk Marc... ;)

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 Posted: Tue Oct 9th, 2007 04:26 am
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Looking good Marc! Thanks for sharing. The ground beef filled with cheese is a greek invention iirc, they call it "Bifteki" and use feta cheese for it. I tried it once, works out fine:


Keep sharing, folks, it's gotten a bit lonely in here.

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Oh now that so works for me. Looking good. :) ;)

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 Posted: Tue Oct 9th, 2007 10:39 am
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it was 2 pounds of beef; really shrunk down.

Now the bird, her pre-cooked weight is about 1 pound. Don't know what she'd be after; there's no body fat snoopy1.gif

srh_pres wrote:
Now that's what I call comfort food...  course, I would double the amount of meat, after all it's 'meat and potatoes', not 'potatoes and meat'... heh...

btw, want a good recipe for fricassee cockatoo?   jk Marc... ;)


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Thanks Chef!

Onkel C wrote:
Looking good Marc! Thanks for sharing. The ground beef filled with cheese is a greek invention iirc, they call it "Bifteki" and use feta cheese for it. I tried it once, works out fine:


Keep sharing, folks, it's gotten a bit lonely in here.

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 Posted: Tue Oct 9th, 2007 11:31 am
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That do look yummy!!

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Now that is what I call a good looking meatloaf.... too bad it is just me in the house for a while....mistake.gif

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 Posted: Fri Oct 12th, 2007 10:50 pm
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Man I should have came here sooner.  The meat loaf looks awesome  perfect.gif.  Mark thanks, hey I'm going to have my wife cook this.  Mark is that a Ball watch.

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Nope, its a bird  snoopy1.gifsnoopy1.gifsnoopy1.gif

 

It's a Sinn 757 UTC Chrono.

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 Posted: Wed Oct 17th, 2007 05:34 pm
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Then, make a huge divit in the center and fill with any cheese you like
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You had me at "huge divit...fill with cheese"

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