Cooking Class

 More Fall colors.

 I would like to roll down this hill.

 I had a request to make meatloaf.  I put up some ketchup recently and homemade meatloaf and ketchup is a favorite meal here.  I forgot some photos.  I mixed 1 pound of ground beef and 1 pound of ground pork with sauteed onions, peppers and garlic.  Add 1 sleeve of crushed crackers, 3 eggs, 1 T. Worcestershire sauce, 1/4 C. tomato paste, S & P.  Mix thoroughly, form into a loaf and cover with thin bacon slices. Back on a rack over a cookie sheet at 350 degrees until it reaches and internal temperature of 170 degrees.

I taught The Blog Tech to bake an apple pie.

Right out of the oven.

A nice little bundle.

Served with garlic mashed potatoes and the last beans from the garden.

Great job Blog Tech!

Maybe I can retire from pie baking now.


Laurie M said…
looks great!!!! You taught him well!
Your meatloafs look so delicious! I must make them that way next time I do meatloaf.

It's a must to know how to make apple pie so I'm glad You tlearned the Blog tech how to do it :-)

Have a great day!
Mary Ann said…
Somehow I don't think you're going to get to retire!
NanaDiana said…
OH MY! That is mouthwatering all the way around!!!! xo Diana
Dog Trot Farm said…
Your meatloaf recipe is out of this world!!! Blog Tech did a great job with his apple pie...but then again he had a great teacher...It is sunny and 78 degrees here in Maine today, go figure...
That meatloaf looks scrumptious. Congrats to the Blog Tech on a pie well made. You don't really want to retire, do you?
Barb said…
That meat loaf looks so good, that is favorite of my DH. I will try your recipe next time. Good for the Blog Tech! I would love to try his pie!!!
Nellie said…
Comfort food for sure! Yum!
I am going to try your recipe too. I just made your short rib recipe and it was absolutely delicious! I followed it very closely except for the wine. I didn't have any. I've loved every recipe I've ever tried of yours.
Patty Woodland said…
You could open a diner - You could do dinner and the Blog Tech dessert