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    Tonights supper

    Just mixed a small met loaf for supper.
    1 lb 80/20 hamburger
    1 egg
    1 small tube ritz crakers
    1/4 teaspoon butter
    1 strip of hickory smoked bacon
    3 spoons of mild salsa
    salt pepper and a touch of molasses

    Will do biscuits and green beans with it.

    Its in the oven as I type this. Will cover with barbecue sauce and cheese when done.

    Should have enough for supper and a cold sandwich tomorrow.

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    Nice! And the great thing about meatloaf is the sandwiches from the leftovers. Way back when I was cooking for my crew we'd have a huge meatloaf for dinner Monday and meatloaf sandwiches for our lunches until it was gone.
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    I love meatloaf, and biscuits and green beans. Actually I love just about everything made with hamburger.

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    Sounds good.
    A pound or two short on bacon maybe , but good.
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    Cold leftover meatloaf with mustard and sourdough bread !!! Mmmmmm!


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    A meatloaf sandwich is one of the better things in life !
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    I love meatloaf. But I use ground chicken instead of hamburger. I also theme my meatloaf's. If it's going to be Mexican. I then use taco seasoning and salsa. With tortilla chips instead of Ritz crackers. When I'm making a regular meatloaf then it's chicken, Ritz crackers, one egg, ketchup or barbeque sauce, Italian seasoning and what ever other seasonings I think to throw in.

    And yes MEATLOAF SANDWICHES ARE THE BEST. And you have to add a slice of American cheese mixed with cheddar. Makes for a stronger cheese flavor. One store I buy it from calls it an Italian mix American cheese. Oh yes and don't forget the Mayo (Helmens).

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    Well I got the "experts" opinion at dinner time. Daughter her husband and the 3 grandsons stopped in as I was getting ready to eat. The youngest ( 4 years/old) came over and was looking at my plate so I gave him a bite. Big grin and he ran over to "Mom" saying, Ive got to stay and eat that its to good for grandpa. The oldest was a little more discreet with Know I know where Mom learned to cook.

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    Us lazy bums had turkey with fixings for dinner but we had pie for lunch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by country gent View Post
    Just mixed a small met loaf for supper.
    1 lb 80/20 hamburger
    1 egg
    1 small tube ritz crakers
    1/4 teaspoon butter
    1 strip of hickory smoked bacon
    3 spoons of mild salsa
    salt pepper and a touch of molasses

    Will do biscuits and green beans with it.

    Its in the oven as I type this. Will cover with barbecue sauce and cheese when done.

    Should have enough for supper and a cold sandwich tomorrow.
    Couple of questions---Teaspoons or Tablespoons on the salsa? How much is a "touch" of molasses? Bacon chopped and mixed in or layer on top while cooking? Thanks.
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    I believe they were a soup spoon that was handy. about the same soup spoon of molasses. the bacon was blended thru when it was all mixed. I usually grab what utensild is handy and work by eye cooking. LOL

    Everything was in one bowl and mixed with a potato masher.

    And also the cold meatloaf sandwich at lunch was even better than supper last night Last 2 slices of the meatloaf about 1' thick slice of sharp cheddar cheese, ketchup and mustard on wheat bread

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    Country Gent when I read your post last night I went and took some ground beef out of the freezer. Didn't have some of your fixings but I'm trying Ritz crackers. It's almost ready.

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    They seem to give a little better flavor than saltines or bread crumbs. Mom would use the goose eggs up in meat loaf or egg noodles; But a goose egg is to big for just a 1 pound meat loaf

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    Sounds awesome! I have all of those ingredients.

    We all have Covid at my house, so I’m making darn sure to keep my wife and kids fed with high energy food right now.

    My question: what temperature do I need to bake it at, and for how long?

    Thanks for the great sounding recipe!

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    Hearing all this really makes me hungry. It’s been a while since I made a meat loaf. I think I will this week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 8mmFan View Post
    Sounds awesome! I have all of those ingredients.

    We all have Covid at my house, so Iím making darn sure to keep my wife and kids fed with high energy food right now.

    My question: what temperature do I need to bake it at, and for how long?

    Thanks for the great sounding recipe!
    I usally bake mine at 375 for about 45 minutes. Trying to make sure the interior gets cooked thoroughly.

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    I like a little slower cook at 350 and about an hour use a meat thermometer with probe and make sure center is up to beefs safe temp.

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    Meat loaf does sound good some time soon, we haven't had it in a while. I gave in to temptation, the Amish store near us has had 10lb. sacks of frozen ham loaf, ready to bake, just thaw, form, and bake, $28.00 a sack. The wife says she can't make it that cheap. We add a pineapple/brown sugar glaze, bake and chow-down. They used to have ready to bake frozen meat loaf slices in a 4lb. bag that was better than any we could make at home, but alas, they are no more.

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    Ham loaf? I've never heard of that. 2 100 years ago my wife and I spent a couple of vacations down in Pennsylvania visiting the Amish. But never saw that.

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    You folks have me salivating. Who doesn't like meatloaf?
    Let's go Brandon!

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