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25 Easy Cook Recipes For Meatloaf : Quick & Simple Recipes with Ground Meat (and a veggie one too!) (The Green Gourmet Book 4) by [Stewart, Lori Jane]
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The new #1 Amazon Bestseller from international best selling author Lori Jane Stewart.

Who says meatloaf has to be boring?

The only thing these meatloaf recipes have in common is that they are made with meat (most of them) and are formed into a loaf.

Have you ever wondered who came up with the idea for a meatloaf?

The first mention of it is found in the 5th century Roman recipe collection Apicius.

Meatloaf gained favor with the Dutch and Germans and is still a traditional dish in those regions of the world. Americans were introduced to meatloaf in Colonial times when German immigrants served a mix of pork and cornmeal called scrapple to their families. Meatloaf did not make it into American cookbooks until the early 16th century.

Every country has its own name for meatloaf. In Austria, it is called Faschierter Braten and is wrapped in ham. In Denmark, meatloaf is Forloren Hare and is a mixture of pork and beef with bacon on top. Finland calls their meatloaf Lihamureke and uses only salt and pepper for spice. In Germany, the meatloaf goes by the name Hackbraten and often includes boiled eggs inside. Italian meatloaf is called Polpettone and is often filled with eggs, ham, and cheese.

No matter what you call it, meatloaf is a favorite in any country.

People have experimented with thousands of different ways to make this staple of the family diet, and by introducing new ideas and daring ingredients, the meatloaf has emerged from plain-jane boredom to new heights of culinary delight.

In this new collection from #1 Amazon Bestselling The Green Gourmet, you can discover 25 of the world's best meatloaf recipes. 

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa4bbbb08) out of 5 stars Variety of Meat Loaf Recipes--Including Turkey, Beef, and Vegetarian June 10 2012
By Wandering Hoosier - Published on
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This book includes a variety of meatloaf recipes:

1. Apple Confetti Meatloaf
2. Beef & Buttermilk Meatloadf
3. Burgundy Meatloaf in Sourdough
4. Cheesy Celery Swirl Meatloaf
5. Crosshatch Cheese Topped Meatloaf
6. Fast French Onion meatloaf
7. Grandma's Southern Homestyle Meatloaf
8. Greek Olive & Feta Meatloaf
9. Italian Meatloaf Braccioli
10. Lean BBQ Turkey Meatloaf
11. Mexicorn Meatloaf
12. Mozzarella Stuffed Meatloaf
13. Mustard Glazed Meatloaf
14. No Bake Skillet Meatloaf
15. Parsley & French Fried Onion Meatloaf
16. Potato & Parmesan Meatloaf
17. Pumpernickel & Paprika Meatloaf
18. Surf & Turf Meatloaf
19. Sweet Apple & Beef Meatloaf
20. Three Meat BBQ Meatloaf
21. Turkey Bacon & Cheese Meatloaf
22. Vegetarian BBQ Meatloaf
23. Vegetarian Spinach & Cheese Meatloaf
24. Ultimate Party Meatloaf
25. Zingy Chili Meatloaf

I have made many of the meatloaf recipes, and they all taste good. They are all very easy to make. I wish, though, that more of the recipes didn't use such high fat items as bacon, buttermilk, cheese, and sour cream.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9a787b4c) out of 5 stars Possibilities without unhealthy whole grains... April 24 2013
By Clint Evans - Published on
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I've never been a fan of meatloaf and was skeptical when my friend recommended this book. I don't eat grains much because of how unhealthy today's grains are. I've written about the research on grain dangers in my own books so am aware of these things. I was hoping for recipes that offered alternatives to using wheat bread in meatloaf.

I love history and the author talks about the ancient Roman Apicius.

The Cheesy Celery Swirl Meatloaf recipe has possibilities because it calls for crushed cornflakes instead of grain or bread. If I get the non-GMO style it could work. I also may experiment with using flaxmeal as a substitute for those other recipes that call for breadcrumbs.

Mozarella Stuffed Meatloaf and Mustard Glazed Meatloaf also sound interesting.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9a76e03c) out of 5 stars Boring Meatloaf? NOT! March 19 2012
By Geoff Wells - Published on
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Right in her introduction the author says that meatloaf doesn't have to be boring. Then she presents recipes that prove that statement.

When I first got this book I read through all of the recipes and the most difficult part for me was to pick just one to start with.

I settled on the Greek Olive & Feta Meatloaf for my first one. I actually made it for company and it was hit!
It's easy to browse the recipes in this well formatted book and I like being able to just jump to the recipe I want.

I've since made two more meatloaf recipes and it looks like this cookbook is going to be one of my favorite cookbooks.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9a76e1a4) out of 5 stars 25 Ways To Cook Everybody's Favorite - Meatloaf! March 9 2012
By Christine S. - Published on
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I love this book! Even though I have not tried EVERY recipe yet, all 25 meatloaf recipes sound scrumptious! I agree with Lori. My favorite is the Mozzarella stuffed Meatloaf, and the leftovers for sandwiches are definitely a big hit at my house.

Get this meatloaf recipe book for your cookbook library. It's a winner!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9a76af84) out of 5 stars WOW! Good Book Aug. 8 2012
By Jrwolf - Published on
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Never have I thought there was so many recipes for good old fashion meatloaf. This is a great recipe book with minor errors in it but super for taking the dulldrum of everyday meatloaf recipe.

Thanks for a good book.