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#31 Thu 21 May 09 7:58am

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Re: The Meatloaf Thread

I like 'Bat out of hell'

lol

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#32 Thu 21 May 09 10:08pm

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Re: The Meatloaf Thread

lol  lol  lol  lol  lol

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#33 Sat 25 Feb 12 6:09pm

Kye

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Re: The Meatloaf Thread

Bump.

Found this really tasty looking meat loaf. Have just also learnt a new word 'catsup'.


http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/alto … index.html

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#34 Sat 25 Feb 12 8:25pm

Pakman

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Re: The Meatloaf Thread

In the Good Eats Episode he uses good ole Heinz Ketchup. Wonder what happen to the recipe on the site  think

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#35 Sat 25 Feb 12 11:42pm

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Re: The Meatloaf Thread

MsPablo wrote:

Good luck Homestead. If I'm not using pork, I'm sure to add plenty of vegs, eggs, etc. to keep it moist.

We still have the Fussy Eater here.  If using green peppers, we have to sneak them in.

Has anyone tried mixing oatmeal in with the meat as an extender?  If so, how has it worked out?  Or do you use something else?

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#36 Sat 25 Feb 12 11:42pm

Kye

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Re: The Meatloaf Thread

Really cant imagine Pakman which recipe you are refering to.

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#37 Sun 26 Feb 12 12:06pm

Pakman

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Re: The Meatloaf Thread

Talking about that recipe you linked to in which it says "catsup" in the ingredients list.

They list it as from the "Daily Grind" episode but I believe it is actually "A grind is a terrible thing to waste". In the episode when making the "glaze" he says 1/2 cup of ketchup and gets from the fridge a huge squeeze bottle of Heinz while saying any brand will do (while they flash on the screen "1/2 cup ketchup"). So I just found it interesting that the FN website has "catsup" in the recipe.  whistle

In the episode he also says the recipe can be used for meatballs as well. Just form the balls, brown in oil and slow braise in a red sauce..but that's another episode  wink

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#38 Sun 26 Feb 12 6:50pm

Kye

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Re: The Meatloaf Thread

Oh now i am with you....though i have never seen those episodes. Our cooking TV program seems very limited where JO is concerned.

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#39 Sun 26 Feb 12 8:00pm

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Re: The Meatloaf Thread

I think Pakman is talking about Alton Brown's show "Good Eats".  I love his show....very informative.

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#40 Mon 27 Feb 12 12:16am

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Re: The Meatloaf Thread

cohphanta wrote:

I think Pakman is talking about Alton Brown's show "Good Eats".  I love his show....very informative.

I like Alton--he teaches you about your food, but he tosses in a good spoonful of humor and some object lessons (watch his fudge episode to see what I mean).

Some of my favorite episodes involve his sister and nephew (Marsha and Elton).

I was just watching his omelette program this morning.

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