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meat loaf

noun
1.
a dish of ground meat, often mixed with other ingredients, as bread crumbs and seasonings, molded in the shape of a loaf and baked.
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  • Maybe fried chicken or steak, perhaps meat loaf or fresh fish, accompanied by two sides and bread.
  • As with a creative meat loaf, the stuffing can be as simple or complex as desired.
  • House specialties include the meat loaf and mac and cheese.
  • In the dining room, meanwhile, workers were setting up a hot meat loaf lunch.
  • Lunch selections include sandwiches with hand cut fries, meat loaf with mashed potatoes and gravy and fillet of sole.
  • Make a large hole in each meat loaf and fill with a heaping tablespoon of the stuffing mix, reshaping to cover the stuffing mix.
  • The package indicates that the product is beef pot roast, however, inside the package is meat loaf with mashed potatoes and gravy.
  • Add shredded vegetables to meat loaf, spaghetti sauce or soup.
  • Perk up meat loaf with a good colorful tomato and vegetable sauce.

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