I also love to try new recipes out of vintage magazines. Recipes like … say … Golden Fruited Meat Loaf.
No, it isn’t staring at you. Those are actually prunes. Here, I’ll show you.
I use the phrase “meat loaf” in the strictest terms. It is made of both veal and pork. Why do I call it the ADD Meat Loaf though? Because it also has sweet potatoes, prunes, green beans, and almonds. I can imagine serving this to my family, “Mooooooom, my dinner is staring at me! I’m scared!” And my husband yelling, “Don’t stomp on it, it isn’t a giant insect. It just looks like one.”
Nothing says gourmet, though, like curled up hot dogs served with bow tie pasta. Especially if you call it a Saucy Frank Dinner.
Aaaaaand … a close up.
Remember, nothing says you love your family like serving them a gourmet meal! And nothing screams gourmet like curled up hot dogs sprinkled with parsley.
(Okay, I am not making this up. I was just proofreading this and Meat Galore comes in and says, “Are you gonna make that hot dog thing? It looks really good.”)