Meatloaf: 42 Recipes from Down-Home Classics to New Variations

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Random House Value Publishing, 2003 - Cooking - 106 pages
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Meatloaf has always been on of America's favorite comfort foods, and with the return to good, old-fashioned home cooking, it is more popular than ever. This wonderful volume is devoted to that deliciously simple dish. It includes such homey classics as Granny's Meatloaf and Country Meatloaf; company-worthy Sherried Ham Loaf and Lemon Veal Loaf; regional favorites from Creole Chicken Loaf to Meatloaf Florentine; plus loaves as appetizers and leftover creations, a selection of flavorful sauces, and tips on meat substitutes, such as grains, cheeses, tofu and seafood.

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Sharon Moore has been a Peace Corps volunteer, an English teacher, a medical journalist, and a certified vocational rehabilitation counselor. She lives in Olympia, Washington.

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