Stuffing Meatloaf

If you’ve nev­er tried meat­loaf with stuff­ing, you’re miss­ing a real treat!

Braciole

A rus­tic South­ern Italy com­fort food with three of my favorite fea­tures: It’s easy; you have a lot of time to hang out with fam­i­ly while it sim­mers; and it makes the house smell great!

Toad in the Hole

The lat­est in a series of deli­cious British recipes that sound revolting!

Slow Cooker Prime Rib

Time to sack up, march brave­ly into the unknown, and emerge with a new way to pre­pare the King of All Beef. No child sac­ri­fices needed.

Murder Chili

This chili is to die for. Or kill for, at least.

British Pub Meat Pie

The great thing about this recipe is that the ingre­di­ents and steps list­ed here are just basic sug­ges­tion on how to assem­ble the pie. You can put just about any ingre­di­ents togeth­er and still wind up with a killer tasty pie.

Mongo’s Fartin’ Ham & Beans

Mon­go only pawn in game of life, but Mon­go know good beans when Mon­go smell farts.

Upside Down Meatloaf

Meat­loaf is a com­fort food, and as such is sub­ject to the fol­low­ing require­ments: 1. It must be served with mashed pota­toes and green beans. 2. Din­ers must mix the  peas and mashed pota­to together.

Chateaubriand

Take it from Sam Elliott and Han­ni­bal Lecter: You can’t go wrong with chateaubriand.

Peg Leg Mary’s Breakfast Cass-Arr-ole

Take my advice and make way too much of this break­fast! It’s one of those dish­es that tastes even bet­ter warmed up in the microwave over the next few days.