Meatloaf for the Boys

There is nothing my guys love better than a nice thick sliced meatloaf. Well, unless the meatloaf is served along side creamy mashed potatoes and green peas or green beans.

3 lbs ground beef (I use ground chuck) (sometimes I might mix beef, pork, veal, and chicken)
2 eggs
1 med. finely chopped onion
3 slices of bread soaked in 1/2 cup heavy cream
a shake or three dash of worcestershire sauce
squirt of ketchup
salt and pepper
1 – 2 tbsp dark brown sugar

Mix together well. Form into a loaf or press into a loaf pan.

1/2 c. ketchup
1 tbsp prepared yellow mustard
1 – 2 tbsp brown sugar Mix well.

Spread over the meatloaf. Slide into a hot oven at 375 degrees bake until done, 45 minutes to 1 hour. The juices will run clear.

3 Responses to “Meatloaf for the Boys”

  • Jbmaine says:

    I love me some meatloaf and this looks exactly what we are having tonite!!!!!

  • Linda says:

    Looks so good.

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