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Video: Mary's Meatloaf

Even non-meatloaf fans like this rich dish. The secret’s in the glaze.

 
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In this video, you’ll see how to make a delicious meatloaf that’s old-fashioned, tasty, and extra-flavorful. Kick up the taste with garlic powder, as well as onion, ketchup and mustard, and then bake the meatloaf with an awesome glaze of ketchup, mustard, and brown sugar. It’s the best comfort food around. Get the recipe for MRobinson’s Mary’s Meatloaf. And for other tasty ideas, check out more beef videos >>

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chiclet 
Nov. 25, 2014 4:03 pm
Chiclet Mary's Meatloaf is delicious. My comment is be sure to bake it the full 2 hours even if you have to turn the oven heat down the last 30 minutes. Otherwise, the onions will still be a bit crunchy. Having low vision I may have chopped my onions a bit too large. Also the delicious glaze needs the 2 hours as well. Thank you for this recipe.
 
Aila 
Nov. 8, 2013 12:33 am
I added 2 tablespoons of sofrito for latin flavor with green peas and carrots and it came out delicious. My family loved it. I'm going to use this again for thanksgiving.
 
Betty 
Oct. 18, 2013 6:09 pm
I have been cooking for many years. This receipe is almost what I learned over 60 years ago from a Community Center. It was the first receipe I ever made. Ketchup and mustard is always in the hamburg mix. Also, using my hands is the best way to mix many recipes. The soaps for sanitizing today make my hands cleaner then any wooden spoon can get cleaned
 
Oct. 13, 2013 5:51 am
I am about to try this recipe, looks fantastic! And for the negative comments about the videos?....easy, don't watch them if you dislike them so much. It is very helpful to see all the steps, I bet that if the video had skipped the chopping, she would also be complaining. I have learned so much thru this videos, that I am grateful for allrecipes. I cook with my 12-year old son, and my 10-year old daughter and watching the videos help us understand steps that otherwise by just reading a recipe might not be so obvious. Sometimes we spend an afternoon watching this videos. They are going to be great cooks!
 
Oct. 9, 2013 11:45 am
No matter how much we already know, we can always learn something new. Instead of complaining, how about complimenting the people who created created the video. Think about the time and effort that was put into creating this video you dislike so much. The music, the voice over, the editing, etc. Instead of complaining or raining down on other people, try to enjoy life. I'm with gbear and Lynda Lee. Be happy, YOLO! Come on... ;)
 
Solclaire 
Oct. 9, 2013 9:50 am
I wash my wooden spoon with very hot water & dish detergent by hand. I once listened to a cooking show and tests results were that washing a wooden spoon by hand rather than in a dishwasher is safer.
 
Patty Wiese 
Oct. 8, 2013 5:27 pm
Comment over Oct 8 2013 12:35pm person being concerned over using a wooden spoon with beef and raw egg. It's not like it's raw chicken. . . Though of course there's always chances of any kind of bacteria if you don't clean well. I use boiling hot water to clean my wooden spoons no matter what I use it for. I'm still alive ;)
 
Oct. 8, 2013 12:35 pm
This recipe looks delicious-will try soon. My only comment is that I appeared she was using a wooden spoon to stir the meat and ingredients which s not considered safe because of salmonella Bacteria in eggs and meat.
 
Linda V 
Oct. 8, 2013 8:58 am
Several years ago as a Girl Scout leader, we went camping at a rustic lodge. The dinner chores were split up and two girls were assigned to make the dessert. When they asked how to mix it without an electric mixer, I said, "You'll have to mix it by hand..." Yes, you guessed it. Mixing by hand was taken oh so literally... Haha. Easy to follow videos are for those who don't know how to do something already. We often assume that everyone else knows what we know (the often used and somewhat insulting term "common sense" comes to mind) but it's just not the case.
 
gbear 
Oct. 8, 2013 7:21 am
Please remember youngsters are using this wonderful broad-based PROGRAMME as an EDU site. Watching chopping and mixing individual ingredients is important and teaches caring for others by putting love and thoughtfulness in our creations we serve at "OUR" tables(w/no TV/phn during meals),in fact if you ever worked or managed a corporate taste/test kitchen ( or worked on a movie set) you would find the separated mixing steps enhance flavor and texture. As a half century successful PRO I can assure you the method of suggested mixing steps make for a much more delicious and unforgettable final product. Always, always include slow, gentle, structured/orderly prep with max LOVE! First thru final ingredient is LOVE! Just Add Love folks.
 
 
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