Just A Hunka Hunka Giant Meat

So the Hubby & I LOVE the show Bob’s Burgers! Like really really really love… below case & point.

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So there is this episode where Louise & Gene are given a huge hunk of raw meat to play with and they end up making a stop motion picture starring Meat Man! Really an award-winning piece.

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But whenever we make meatloaf I have the strongest urge to make Meat Man instead of the traditional loaf. I know as an adult you aren’t supposed to play with your food but if we are being honest my mental maturity is that of a 7-year-old. I mean I competed against a 12-year-old in a tree climbing contest a few weeks ago – he won by default when I fell out of the tree straight to the ground. I digress.

So we didn’t make Meat Man but we did make meatloaf! We had a ton of farmers market veggies that were going bad and meatloaf is just like a frittata – throw anything in it and it will taste great!

We also have our first garden this year so we also made a wilted collard and kale… salad?… hash? I don’t know, I just needed to trim those two plants and threw them in a pan with butter because butter makes everything better!

FROM THE CHEF

Meatloaf

Ingredients

2/3 Ground Beef

1/3 Pork

As much as you want of the below diced:

Garlic, Onion, Zucchini, Radish, Carrot

2 Eggs

Salt & Pepper

Worcester

Bread Crumbs

  1. Combine all these ingredients with as much bread crumbs as you think will bind the ingredients 2. Mold into a loaf (or Meat Man) in a baking pan *Bonus: We added bacon*

Sauce

Ingredients

1/2 Ketchup

1/2 Dijon Mustard

3. Combine in bowl 4. Slather the top of the meatloaf with the sauce 5. Cover baking dish in foil 6. Cook at 350 degrees for half an hour 7. Remove foil and cook for another half an hour uncovered

Collard & Kale Thing

Ingredients

Collards

Kale Leafs (not the stems)

Minced garlic

Butter

Throw butter into a pan with the minced garlic. Cook until garlic is brownish. Throw in the greens and even more butter if you want. Salt and pepper to taste. Cook until wilted.

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FROM THE BLOGGER

*We always do our own take on the recipes we find by not buying branded products because we are poor and the store brand is cheaper and don’t waste time on those extra steps because life is hard enough. But we are not trying to take anyone else’s content or property just redistributing it with my sarcastic commentary.
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