The recipe was ridiculously easy and the flavor was great. Unfortunately, being indian — meatloaf isn’t for me. The spice content that I absolutely ADORE is missing, and I’m not quite sure how to add that in. I did enjoy it more the next day with a little hot sauce drizzled all over it.
A little side info about me: I have been obsessing over making meatloaf for months — but I wasn’t sure how to make it without a loaf pan. Luckily, one day I was watching FoodNetwork and BAM Ina made this! It’s apparently better to make meatloaf without the pan, because it allows the excess fat to leave the loaf and gives you the opportunity to drain it. I wish I had use my broiler pan and plate — and not used the parchment paper; that way the fat could have just dripped down in the pan and I would have had to try and scrape it all out from the perimeter of the meatloaf.
I LOVE cooking. Any good ideas on where being a lawyer and cook mesh? If so, please comment below, also comment below if you’ve made this recipe or any other Ina Garten recipes!
OKAY THE HYPE IS REAL: Antico’s is ridiculously good! I wish I had more to say. . . . . for all the people that drink it’s BYOB. Dress code: w/e you want. Atmosphere: loud, you wait in a line, order, pay, hawk the tables, find a spot SIT DOWN IMMEDIATELY, and wait for the server to find you with your pizza.
Parking is a little crazy — so just park on the street or the adjacent lot behind it and to the right if you’re facing the front entrance of Antico.
I don’t like football, but I sure will devour game day food! Nachos, wings, mozzarella sticks, chicken fingers, etc. are all some of my favorite game day treats! What are yours? Post a picture or a recipe!