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Old 05-07-2008, 05:02 PM
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Will be making a meatloaf for dinner.What do you all put in your meatloaf.Been looking at recipes look like you can put everything.EXCEPT THE KITHEN SUNK
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Old 05-07-2008, 05:23 PM
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onions , bell pepper,garlic, salt ,pepper, hot sauce, cilantro,57 on top....
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thyme, paprika, onion salt, pepper, regular salt, soul seasoning a lil cornmeal and an egg.

When I have em I also put in some onion and real garlic.
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thyme, paprika, onion salt, pepper, regular salt, soul seasoning a lil cornmeal and an egg.

When I have em I also put in some onion and real garlic.
Sounds good; what time is dinner?
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paula deen has a great rescipe for a bacon cheese buger meatloaf...i use ground deer rather than beef...and folks i'm here to tell you all it's good...i found it online at food network .com
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Just don't forget to use an egg for every pound of meat.
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Sounds good; what time is dinner?
too late, we had it night before this post came up
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essentials:

-egg
-slice of bread crumbled (or bread crumbs)
-mustard
-ketchup
-finely minced onions (not too many--they contain water that will cook out)
-worchestershire sauce
-ground meat (preferably deer)
-seasoned salt
-crushed black pepper

mix all thoroughly in bowl, place in pan, cook 45 mins !
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Here goes. salt, pepper, onion, green pepper a little garlic and whole hard boiled eggs in the middle of the meat loaf. Peeled of course. It's awesome. Don't knock it til you try it. My 6, 8 and 14 year old love it.
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