There is a very famous restaurant in Baffin Bay, Texas (East of Riviera, Texas), called King's Inn. The specialties of the house are sliced avocado salad, onion rings, shrimp, and their tartar sauce/seafood sauce. It is absolutely to die for and I have the recipe!!! It's definitely a restaurant recipe, as it makes a huge amount...so reduce the recipe as needed.
I haven't tried this recipe yet, but down here in South Texas we eat a lot of deer meat and are always trying to find different ways to cook it. I never thought of making meatloaf, but the recipe sounds great!!!
The singing hinnie was so called because, as it cooks, it makes a sizzling noise. An old tale is told of how this large tea-time scone first became known as a singing hinnie. A north country housewife was baking this scone for tea and on repeatedly being asked by her children if it was ready to eat, her final reply was "No, it's just singing, hinnies". (Hinnies is a Geordie (northeast England) term of endearment for children and loved ones.)