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Old 04-07-2008, 02:33 PM   #61
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made this again yummy i love this cold for sandwhiches with a lil mustard-- great.
this time I made i put some chopped bacon in it. oh my it was good.
love the recipe thanks
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Old 04-07-2008, 02:57 PM   #62
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made this again yummy i love this cold for sandwhiches with a lil mustard-- great.
this time I made i put some chopped bacon in it. oh my it was good.
love the recipe thanks
Bacon sounds good! Thanks for the letting me know. Debbie
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Old 04-07-2008, 07:46 PM   #63
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You are welcome. I love this meatloaf, it's so easy to make and looks like you really worked at it. Garlic does sound good in the potatoes. We love garlic also.
Ol-blue, have you ever tried spreading a layer of mashed potatoes on the top of the meatload during the uncovered cooking period? Then you top the slices of both meat and potatoes with a nice, thick brown gravy. Peas, too, of course.
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Old 04-07-2008, 07:59 PM   #64
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Do you think I can make this in a crock pot? Next week's theme day is Ode to the Tax Man (on April 15th). We're dressing up in red/white/blue and having a potluck of comfort foods, American foods, and red/white/blue foods.

I thought this would be perfect for a comfort food!
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Old 04-07-2008, 08:28 PM   #65
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yum

made this meat loaf sat. for guests. they loved it. i liked it but thought it could use more cheese. also realized it was stovetop stuffing after the fact. i used mrs cubbinsons.

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mbasiszta, I have never tried it with a layer of potatoes on top. It does sound good. I will have to try that next time. Good idea! Debbie

Angie, I'm not sure if you could use a crock pot or not. It's a soft meatloaf so you may have problems slicing it. Debbie

babetoo, It could use more cheese, but I was trying to keep the fat down a little. I have never heard of Mrs Cubbinsons stuffing, but I'm sure it was fine. We only have one brand here in my area. Debbie
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I have used Mrs Cubbinsons stuffing and it works great, only thing better is made from scratch.
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mbasiszta, I have never tried it with a layer of potatoes on top. It does sound good. I will have to try that next time. Good idea! Debbie
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babetoo, It could use more cheese, but I was trying to keep the fat down a little. I have never heard of Mrs Cubbinsons stuffing, but I'm sure it was fine. We only have one brand here in my area. Debbie
My wife and I are "empty nesters" now. When our children were home, I used to make this dish at least once a month.
I used to vary the ingredients a lot, to make it more appealing being served so often: oatmeal; shredded carrots; chopped
mushrooms; mix pork or lamb with hamburger.
I never use more than 6 ounces of filler. I think the cheese can be changed for variation, but 2 cups is perfect for me.
Unfortunately, my wife does not like this dish as much as I, so I only make it occasionally these days. I love it!
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made this meat loaf sat. for guests. they loved it. i liked it but thought it could use more cheese. also realized it was stovetop stuffing after the fact. i used mrs cubbinsons.

thanks again blue



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Off topic, but babetoo, did you know that Mrs. Cubbison lived in San Marcos? (For those who don't know where babetoo lives, San Marcos is just a hop, skip, and a jump away from her).

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Off topic, but babetoo, did you know that Mrs. Cubbison lived in San Marcos? (For those who don't know where babetoo lives, San Marcos is just a hop, skip, and a jump away from her).

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cool, i had no idea. i really do prefer her stuffing stuff, more like homemade. i add butter,onion,celery and a bit more seasoning to mine.

barbara, you know so much stuff.


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