What is your favorite meat you Americans put in your Meatloaf?
Just about every recipe calls for beef, but I personally use either ground turkey or bison. Venison is awesome when it's available, but it's not commercially available and I haven't been able to go hunting for a couple of years because of the new baby .
We use a mixture of beef and pork. It's yummy. Venison though we be my absolute favorite, but it's not always available.
My mom makes it with a mix. We have had venison lately so it has been a mix of beef, turkey, and venison.
We really lucked out with the venison. Someone we knew was too successful hunting and gave us 80 pounds of cut and wrapped meat.
I usually use beef, but on occasion have mixed beef in with ground pork or pork sausage.
Thanks for your comments, I am from the UK & never actually tried it, I see it on your TV shows we get here & it got me wondering, it was always the name 'meatloaf' that always seemed to somehow put me off the idea...now Im intrigued to give it a try.
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