Along with all the other shit-together-getting I've been trying to do, I'm working on actually cooking real meals as often as possible, mostly from what we already have on hand. I even made an actual meal plan! We're a week into it, and I think I've followed it almost every meal.
This evening, I made meatloaf, which I'm pretty sure I've never actually made before. I scanned Pinterest for recipes, combined a few, threw in some other stuff that sounded good, and voila!
I couldn't tell you the amounts, but I sure hope I can manage to reproduce it, because it was really good.
Ground beef (duh)
Bread crumbs (that I made from actual bread for another recipe a while back)
A bit of Zatarain's creole mustard
Chopped fresh spinach
Tiny bit of sage
I think that's it?
Mashed potatoes Potato (the last of the ones from the CSA farm last summer)
Put it together, as in the photos. Cook at 350° for 30 minutes, then add topping. Cook another 30 minutes or so, add a bit of shredded cheese on top and back in just until that's melted. Enjoy.