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Family Dinner

Since Jason started his 4-12 shift and misses dinner with us during the week, I've made it a point to make a mice meal on the weekends when he's home. On Sunday I made a meatloaf, well 2 small ones so they would cook faster. 
Well when I tell you how much everyone went crazy over that meatloaf, LOL  A few years ago I stopped making meatloaf because nobody would eat it!! 
Jeff even asked me if I would leave him my recipe in my will(long story to come another time).

Needless to say meatloaf will now become a regular feature on the menu in our house :D

Groundbeef(for my family I used 7lbs)
Italian-style breadcrumbs depends on how much meat you use
Eggs again depending on how much meat, usually 2, I used 3
Lipton dry onion soup mix, 1 or 2 pkgs
Worcestershire sauce splash it over the top of your meat mound, again, the amount depends on the size

NOW...for the most important part of the meatloaf take a small bowl of warm water and you wet your hands, then you mix the meatloaf, when your hands are dry you wet them from the bowl again, and you continue to do so until your meatloaf is well mixed, squishy and moist from the water bowl!
Bake in 375 oven for approx 1.5 hrs my meatloaf was 2 small loaves if yours is one loaf it may only need 1 hour.

Enjoy <3

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