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Best Meatloaf

Best Meatloaf

Since Thanksgiving is next week I am cleaning out my freezer to make room for all the turkey and yummy foods that will be taking over in a few days. I had a package of ground beef I had frozen and forgotten about, so I thawed it out and made my delicious meatloaf. I have always loved meatloaf and now that I am thinking about it I want to eat the leftovers for lunch. It is super easy to make and fills your house with wonderful smells. I served this with fresh green beans, mashed potatoes and yeast rolls.

Best Meatloaf

2 pounds of ground beef (I used the extra lean meat)

1 large onion chopped

2 eggs

1 cup of milk

1/4 cup of worcestershire sauce

2 Tbs garlic powder

1 tsp pepper

1/2 tsp sea salt

1 tsp steak seasoning

1 1/4 cups of bread crumbs

Meatloaf sauce

2 cans of tomato paste

1/4 cup of brown sugar

1 Tbs worcestershire sauce

2 tsp prepared mustard

Preheat the oven to 350. Mix all the ingredients together in a mixing bowl adding the bread crumbs last. Spray a 9×13 baking dish with nonstick cooking spray and form a log shape in the middle of the dish. Mix all the sauce ingredients together and cover the meatloaf with the sauce. Bake uncovered for an hour or until the internal temperature reaches 160. Enjoy!

Happy Cooking!


Tasty Steak Sandwich

Tasty Steak Sandwich

Cody’s mom and step-dad came into town for a nice long weekend visit and after spending the entire day cleaning house I needed something quick for dinner. I had 3 bone in ribeye steaks in the freezer so the night before last I set them in the fridge to thaw. Before I started my cleaning frenzy I needed to get the steaks marinating so they would be nice and delicious for steak sandwiches for dinner. I had hired maids to come clean my house because I had a million other things to do, but of course the had to cancel so I was stuck cleaning the house, running errands, going to an appointment and getting everything ready. Oh and taking care of a puppy who still has not mastered the art of potty training. After my busy day I still ended up with about 15 minutes of downtime to relax and enjoy my clean house before everyone arrived. Dinner was a huge hit, my father in law kept complimenting it and Rasmus our exchange student even went back for seconds.

Tasty Steak Sandwiches

3 ribeye steaks (about 2.5 pounds) sliced thin and most of the fat removed

3 Tbs Grub Rub (or your favorite meat tenderizing seasoning)

1/4 cup Worcestershire sauce

1 Tbs season salt

1Tbs olive oil

1 big red onion sliced

6 Ciabatta rolls

6 slices of Horseradish cheddar cheese (or your favorite cheese)

In a gallon size freezer bag put the steak, seasoning, salt and the Worcestershire sauce in an shake it all around and put in the fridge for at least 3 hours (you could even do it the night before).

Get a large cast iron skillet or a nonstick skillet and put the olive oil in the bottom and toss in the onions over medium high heat. Once the onions start cooking and smelling delicious add the steak mixture and toss it around to get all the flavor on the onions. Slice the Ciabatta in half and toast in the oven at 400 until desired toasting is reached.

Pile the cooked steak and onions on the Ciabatta rolls and top with the cheese. Serve with fresh fruit and french fries. Enjoy

Happy Cooking!