I don't have photos--I was soooo hungry (and tired), we just ate when I got back. I had to be in the City all day (left at 9:00 a.m., drove all over the City, curled, and came home, got here at 9:15 p.m.). I was cold and tired. I had left 1/2 of the meat from the cabbage roll soup + added another 1/2 lb (to make 1-1/2 lb total) of ground beef. The DH brought frozen cabbage and a jar of homecanned tomatoes. He patted 1/2 of the meat mixture in the bottom of a loaf pan, added cabbage (I don't know how much), tomatoes. Topped that with the rest of the meat, another round of cabbage and tomato. Baked at 350 for about 1-1/2 hours. His comment: This is better than cabbage rolls. We were impressed by how well the frozen cabbage worked. We usually don't freeze cabbage (he blanched it and froze it because he didn't have enough to make another batch of kraut). Baked potatoes went in at the same time. That was it, with a nice glass of white wine.