Jan
26

Sweet and Sour Meatloaf

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I often choose meatloaf for a quick and easy dinner when I am busy at home but I have the time to let it cook.  I am in love with Beyond Organic’s ground beef, it is far more flavorful with a better texture and consistency than even the meat I get from my local farmer or health food store.

When I make this meatloaf, I pop some scrubbed potatoes in a 9×13 pan and put them in the oven at the same time.  Then all I have to do is to fix some broccoli, asparagus or a salad, depending on what is in season.

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This week’s Menu Mailer main dishes:

Soup of the Week- Taco Soup

Monday- Stuffed Chard in Marinara

Tuesday- Gado Gado

Wednesday- Red Beans and Rice

Thursday- Sweet and Sour Meatloaf

Friday- Pan Roasted Chicken

Breakfast- Molasses Banana Bread

Dessert- Chocolate Banana Clafouti

 

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