This coarsely textured bread has the delicate flavor of onion. This is not a soft bread. It is crusty and hearty and slightly dry. Sliced, it is perfect for building those famous Dagwood sandwiches. This bread is good eaten in crusty slabs either plain or buttered along side hot soup or cool, crisp salad. It's the bread of choice in my house.
I think I found this recipe in my "goody bag" when Taste of Home hosted one of their "Cooking Schools" at the local high school several years ago. I've only made it a handful of times, much to my boyfriend's dismay for he loves this dish! It really is very good, but don't just take my word for it- try it for yourself!
From Recipe Goldmine, this is my scaled down, simplified version of Dick Clark's meatloaf. It is the only meatloaf recipe I use now. My boyfriend and I can't decide if it is the Rosemary gravy or the Southern Glaze that makes this meatloaf so special! It's delicious! Tastes even better on sandwiches the next day!
Whoa! This dessert is packed with all of your favorites! Fudgey brownies, caramel, crisp apples, peanuts and reese's peanut butter cups! This is a to-die-for dessert that will turn even the pickiest eaters into little pigs!