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RECIPE: searching for a lost meatloaf recipe

Posted by rosebudd1255 (My Page) on
Thu, Jul 14, 11 at 14:07

the recipe i am looking for was printed in a magazine like Better Homes and Gardens, not in magazines like Family Circle or Women's Day. the meatloaf had i think 1/2 to 3/4 lb of ground meat with shredded cabbage and potato in it. it is supposed to be a healthier meatloaf recipe. i can't remember what else it had in it. i only made it once and my husband loved it. i had taken everything over to a friend's house to make it, saying she loved it, she had asked me for the recipe and i said i'd type it out later. when i got back home i couldn't find the magazine that had the recipe in it. and i do remember putting it back in my bag. a week later her and her family moved to avoid bill payments, never to be heard from again. yea i know, get a better class of friends.

does anyone know of this recipe? i'd love to find it again.thanks for any help.


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RE: RECIPE: searching for a lost meatloaf recipe

Here are two possibilities:

http://retro-food.com/2008/03/17/cabbage-meat-loaf/

Here is a link that might be useful: Meatloaf w/shredded veggies


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RE: RECIPE: searching for a lost meatloaf recipe

Just a thought, but I'm assuming it was a newish magazine so try the library because they usually have all the most popular magazines and you normally can check them out if they aren't the newest month's copy.
BTW the link to the one posted above sounds really good!


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