Meatloaf

  • Meatloaf where does it come from?

    Who knew meatloaf wasn’t just the invention of thrifty housewives during the Great Depression? It turns out the idea of mixing meat with a tenderizing filler traces back to the…

  • Meatloaf why is he called?

    He slept in a plastic crib, and for the nametag, Aday’s father asked a nurse to write “Meat,” because he looked like “nine-and-a-half pounds of ground chuck.” The nametag indeed…

  • Temperature at which meatloaf is done?

    To tell when meat loaf is done, use an instant-read thermometer ($13, Walmart). The meat loaf’s internal temperature should register 160°F when inserted into the center of the loaf. Alternatively,…

  • What’s meatloaf made of?

    It is usually made with ground beef, although ground lamb, pork, veal, venison, poultry and seafood are also used, sometimes in combination. Vegetarian adaptations of meatloaf may use imitation meat…

  • Where was meatloaf invented?

    American meatloaf has its origins in scrapple, a mixture of ground pork and cornmeal served by German-Americans in Pennsylvania since colonial times. Meatloaf in the contemporary American sense did not…

  • Which meat for meatloaf?

    When it comes to deciding on the type of meat to use in your meatloaf the classic option is to use beef. A standard 80/20 will work fine, but will…

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