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Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Teddy's Turkey Meatloaf

I wanted something old fashion for supper tonight and decided on making turkey meatloaf. And I'll tell you the whole truth...I even bought a can of gravy to go with it. Yep. Canned. It's Campbell's. Making steamed spinach with butter and couscous too. And somebody (Teddy) loves turkey. So I made a baby meatloaf for him without the onions in it. I hope he likes it.
I got my first issue of Taste of Home magazine today. I subscribed. Gourmet went under and I am not in the mood for Food and Wine magazine these days. Just looking for comfort on the farm. And I think this will fit the bill nicely.

These are sitting on my drainboard. Aren't they beautiful They are the Rainer variety. They are almost as big as apples. Teddy likes them too. I bite off a piece and give it to him. The season is so short so I better get them in while they are here...because before I know it...they will be gone.
Turkey Meatloaf .... Teddy-Style
1 lb ground turkey
1 carrot, diced
2 celery ribs with tops and leaves, diced
1/2 yellow onion, diced fine
1 big handful italian parsley
(here is the farmy part)
a package of meatloaf seasoning mix
about 3/4 cup bread crumbs
1 egg
a splash of water
Mix all together
Bake at 350 degrees for 45 minutes