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Football Meatloaf

I made this recipe for last year's (2005) Superbowl. I got this recipe from the book called "The secret life of food" and the authors' name is Clare Crespo.

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  • Preheat oven to 350°F Grease a shallow pan with vegetable oil.
  • In a large bowl, HAND mix all ingredients except for the onion slices; mix well.
  • Using your hands, shape mixture into a foot-ball shape and place it into the oiled pan.
  • Bake for 1 hour.
  • Place onion slices on foot-ball in a stitching pattern.
  • Enjoy!
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"I made this recipe for last year's (2005) Superbowl. I got this recipe from the book called "The secret life of food" and the authors' name is Clare Crespo."
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  1. litldarlin
    I 've made this recipe several times, but I've used Pam lite cooking spray instead of vegetable oil. I like the ground turkey in this recipe, but in the past I have used ground beef. My mom always made meat loaf and mashed potatoes for Sunday dinners. This recipe brings back some wonderful memories of her. This is a keeper for me. Thank you so much for posting this recipe LunaStar.
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  2. litldarlin
    I 've made this recipe several times, but I've used Pam lite cooking spray instead of vegetable oil. I like the ground turkey in this recipe, but in the past I have used ground beef. My mom always made meat loaf and mashed potatoes for Sunday dinners. This recipe brings back some wonderful memories of her. This is a keeper for me. Thank you so much for posting this recipe LunaStar.
    Reply
  3. Anulazuli
    I made this recipe for last year's (2005) Superbowl. I got this recipe from the book called "The secret life of food" and the authors' name is Clare Crespo.
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