How fun to serve. They are not hard and just something really different to serve to guests. The meatloafs come out golden brown with the bacon and juicy inside. I love to serve mine right on a large serving platter leaving a couple whole to see how pretty they look, and then slice the others in 3 or 4 slices per loaf to show off the filling. I like to think of it as a pretty standard meatloaf mix, then a filling of swiss cheese or gruyere (which I prefer), good baked ham (proscuitto is great, but any good ham will work), a honey mustard sauce, and topped off with more honey mustard and smoked or hickory bacon slices. Just baked individually on a baking sheet. All free formed. I like the rustic look Serve with Recipe #397749 and Recipe #391590. You could easily make these ahead of time and just refrigerate covered well and then bake the next day.