My Mom was the best baker I have ever known, along with Great Aunt Jane. Whether it was pies, breads, cakes, or…..yes, doughnuts. Even though they are fried, I classify that as a baking product because of the dough you use. I stated somewhere before on here that my Mom never owned a cookbook. I lied! Well, actually, I forgot about this one. This recipe comes from a 1957 ROBIN HOOD COOKBOOK that was my Mom’s. I still have it to this day & is the one I treasure the most. The rolls & loaves of bread & OH….the doughnuts she made from that cookbook! These simply melt in your mouth. It is ha
-This sounds really good. I have been making this for years. I serve with re-fry beans on the side and taco salad. I also split my meatloaf in half down the middle. Put shredded cheddar in the middle then seal well around the edges. Spread a small layer of salsa over top and bake. Then add a little shredded on top when I take it out. It of course melts. It’s really good this way too. I have also added the cheese and re-fry beans in the middle. Just a little. I made a small well from end to end. Figured I would share with you. You may want to try it this way too. Will try like yours though. Never put tomatoes on top like you said. Love tomatoes so will enjoy that way too
-I never would have thought to make a meat loaf with a taco-ish flair. Thank you so much for sharing. Congrats Holly on being featured on the home page and your blue ribbon!
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