What's for dinner?

Muenster slices.
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vraiblonde

Board Mommy
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Not sure what want for supper..I think thinking about that strawberry poke cake I made and patiently waiting (not really) for it to finish chilling, spoiled my appetite. Maybe something light so can have plenty of room for cake....

I feel like cake can be a meal. If waffles with syrup can be breakfast, certainly cake can be dinner. Plus it has strawberries, so you're basically having fruit for dinner.
 

NextJen

Raisin cane
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Recently made meatloaf...it wasn't as good as it usually turns out. Thinking maybe will try a different way next time. How do you make yours, Jen?
Mine is different every time. Depends on what I feel like throwing in it. I use 80/20 ground beef - not mixed with pork or anything. Typically I’ll mix in a couple eggs, bread crumbs (sometimes rolled oats in place of bread crumbs), Worcestershire sauce, Lipton beefy onion soup mix, garlic salt, and pepper. That’s pretty much the standard I do. Some times I add in ketchup, but usually reserve ketchup for putting on the top toward the end of cooking. This past time when I made it I threw in about 2 tsp of dill pickle relish. I got this idea from how German rouladen is made.
Speaking of, I need to make rouladen soon.
 

Kyle

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Mine is different every time. Depends on what I feel like throwing in it. I use 80/20 ground beef - not mixed with pork or anything. Typically I’ll mix in a couple eggs, bread crumbs (sometimes rolled oats in place of bread crumbs), Worcestershire sauce, Lipton beefy onion soup mix, garlic salt, and pepper. That’s pretty much the standard I do. Some times I add in ketchup, but usually reserve ketchup for putting on the top toward the end of cooking. This past time when I made it I threw in about 2 tsp of dill pickle relish. I got this idea from how German rouladen is made.
Speaking of, I need to make rouladen soon.
Tomato Soup works good for that too.
 

Sneakers

Just sneakin' around....
I like using the tri-blend (pork, beef, veal) when I can find it, but that's not often, so I get ground pork and mix it 50/50 with beef. A good handfull of breadcrumbs, an egg, usually salt, pepper, onion and garlic powder, topped with ketchup. My mom used to make it with the Liptons, I haven't done that in a while. Once in a while I stuff the loaf with some veggies.
 
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