Valentine Meatloaf



How can one be artistic when the medium is meatloaf? My husband's favorite meal is my home made meatloaf, so on Valentine's Day, I formed it into a heart shape.
This year I found some hearts on a stick at the Dollar Store. I thought they accented the meatloaf nicely. Since they were made in China, I only put them in only long enough to take a couple pictures - we may get lead or melamine, or some other poisoning. LOL

6 comments:

Cheryl Anderson said...

Great idea, Carol. My husband likes meat loaf, too. I'm going to remember that one for next year!

k. Madison Moore said...

Hi Carol,
This is so adorable!...and so it you husband's smile! How cute. What a great painting this would make.

Madison

Sheila said...

This is hilarious! In a good way of course. So much pressure on artists for holidays isn't it? Thanks for stopping by my blog so I could follow you back and discover your wonderful work!

Carol Nelson said...

Thanks for your comments all. Someone else asked for my recipe. It is embarrassingly simple:
1 1/2 lb ground beef
1/2 onion, chopped
1 egg
1 C. salsa
2 slices bread, cubed
1 T. minced garlic
salt & pepper to taste
Mix all together, shape into a heart, loaf or whatever,bake at 350 for about 1 1/2 hours.

r garriott said...

What a great idea! Way to man's heart, after all...

And thanks for the recipe!

Nancy Standlee said...

Carol, I've been reading in your blog and found this wonderful post. Lucky guy.