Maybe you're surprised to find a recipe for making Salisbury Steak from scratch. Did you, like many people do, assume that Salisbury was a pseudo-sophisticated code name for roadkill? I shall not attempt to disprove that theory here. Perhaps, in some cases, it is true. (I shall now show great restraint, and not delve into the mysterious offerings of School Cafeterias I Have Known.)If you make your own, you will know exactly what it contains. Assuming, of course, that you trust your meat supplier. Heh, heh. If the only Salisbury Steak you've ever tasted came pre-packaged, in a tray with mashed potatoes and corn, a few kernels of which managed to find their way over the divider and into the gravy before the whole mess was quick-frozen and shipped to your friendly grocer's freezer, then you MUST try this recipe. This is completely different, and quite tender and delicious. And though it is quick and prepared in a microwave oven, fear not! It bears no resemblance whatever to the gravy-simmered shoe leather TV dinners of your memories.