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Meatloaf II (VRP 004)

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Meatloaf Recipe 2 (VRP 004)


  • 1# ground beef
  • ½# sausage
  • 2 med size [Texas sweet] onion (minced fine) (¼ cup = OK)
  • pkg crackers (1 cup?)
  • 2 cups milk (?)
  • 3 eggs
  • seasonings


  1. Combine & make twin loaves.
  2. Put 3 finger prints in each. Fill holes with cracker crumbs & catsup!
  3. Sun morn: Oven = 300°, 9AM - put loaf in oven. 12 - Remove & eat!


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