We have these free wall calendars at work and every month a recipe is showcased along with a large picture of it. After staring at this recipe/picture of this recipe for the last month I decided to make it. I love the main ingredients in this and figured this would be right up my alley and it sure was. It also took less than 10 minutes to make this from start to finish, which can’t be beat AND you don’t have to cook anything or heat up an oven so it is very heat-wave friendly as well.
Posted in Uncategorized
Tagged avocado, avocado cups, cannellini beans, lemon juice, low carb, red onion, red wine, red wine vinegar, tomato, tuna, tuna and white bean salad
I love meatloaf. There I said it. My love for it started as a child, where most people’s supposed despise of the stuff also began. I never quite understood why meatloaf got such a bad rap? I grew up eating several varieties, all of which I absolultely loved. I’ve made my classic version here before and recently my dad stumbled upon my Grandma Janet’s recipe, the one that started it all, and scanned it into his computer and emailed it to me.
Posted in Beef, Pork
Tagged Beef, ground chuck, meatloaf recipe, onion soup mix, pork, red wine, shirley booth, stuffing, tomato sauce, veal