The week is going by rather quickly. The work day goes by fast, which is always a good thing, I’ve been able to make a few old and filed away recipes for us which turn out to be new for the blog, another good thing and I’ve posted everyday this month….so far, I don’t want to jinx myself.
Yesterday was a good day at work, I spent most of it on the road hanging up flyers in restaurants and stores and going to visit Church’s in the area to ask if we could put up a flyer on their community boards. Out of the half-dozen Church’s that I visited yesterday, only one told me that I should go through the company that prints their Sunday bulletin and purchase an ad, the other five took flyers for their boards AND asked me to e-mail our flyer so that they could send out a “e-mail blasts,” send them to group leaders and other program leaders. I also offered to hold mini job fairs for the congregation as well as a resume writing seminar.
Today’s post is a short one, last night I made Maple-Glazed Meat Loaf. I found the recipe in Pillsbury’s “Quick Comfort Food” many, many years ago. Walt and I both loved it but for one reason or another I always seem to find my way back to my Brown Sugar Meat Loaf. I need to remember this time to switch them up when I make meat loaf because we really do like this one.
Although I found my original recipe well over 5 years ago in one of the little Pillsbury books you can find at the grocery store checkout, I did an internet search and found it so I’m putting the link in for anyone who wants to go right to the Pillsbury site.
This is really a great, tasty recipe….try it, you’ll love it.
Pillsbury’s Maple Glazed Meat Loaf
- Heat oven to 350°F.
- In large bowl, dissolve beef bouillon in hot water.
- Add remaining meat loaf ingredients; mix well.
- Spoon mixture into ungreased 8×4-inch loaf pan or shape mixture into 8×4-inch loaf in ungreased 12×8-inch (2-quart) glass baking dish.
- Bake 1 1/4 hours or until beef is thoroughly cooked in center and meat thermometer reaches 160°F.
- Remove pan from oven.
- In small bowl, combine glaze ingredients. Brush top of meat loaf with glaze.
- Let stand, covered, 5 to 10 minutes before slicing.
- Serve with remaining glaze.
Makes 6 servings