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Meatloaf: Recipes for Everyone's Favorite

by Maryana Vollstedt

Other authors: Jennifer Levy (Photographer)

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Everyone loves meatloaf. It's the ultimate in homey comfort food, easy to make and, with a fluffy mound of mashed potatoes and some gravy, about as close to heaven as a meal can get. Maryana Vollstedt, author of such comforting favorites as Big Book of Casseroles and Big Book of Easy Suppers, presents her favorite recipes, including a classic loaf using a mixture of ground beef and sausage; a lively version with a horseradish-crumb topping; and an Asian-style meatloaf with a hoisin-soy sauce (and a spicy touch of wasabi for more adventurous folks). Others showcase poultry, lamb, or fish and there are also vegetarian selections. Recipes for the perfect side dish accompaniment round out this satisfying book.… (more)

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As Meatloaf goes....... There are 60 recipes..... So I'm not a big fan of meatloaf, but the one made of corned beef sounded good as did the these others; Rolled w/ salami, deli ham & Swiss cheese (I'd use provolone), Greek w/ lamb, spinach & feta, Moroccan, and Glazed meatloaf w/ bacon strips (beef/pork & bacon: treif).

But the ones w/ Sausage & clams and the "Frosted" w/ mashed potato crust sounded rather awful to me.

There there are the "Other Loaves" and the Sides: Turkey w/ cranberry topping, Salmon w/ lemon & dill, Lentil w/ mushrooms & walnuts, Mac & Cheese loaf, nine types of potatoes, rice, couscous, orzo, & polenta.

The ideas are creative, the recipes are easy to follow, and there are nice photographs. ( )
  Auntie-Nanuuq | Jan 18, 2016 |
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Everyone loves meatloaf. It's the ultimate in homey comfort food, easy to make and, with a fluffy mound of mashed potatoes and some gravy, about as close to heaven as a meal can get. Maryana Vollstedt, author of such comforting favorites as Big Book of Casseroles and Big Book of Easy Suppers, presents her favorite recipes, including a classic loaf using a mixture of ground beef and sausage; a lively version with a horseradish-crumb topping; and an Asian-style meatloaf with a hoisin-soy sauce (and a spicy touch of wasabi for more adventurous folks). Others showcase poultry, lamb, or fish and there are also vegetarian selections. Recipes for the perfect side dish accompaniment round out this satisfying book.

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