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Best meatloaf recipe I've ever made is a mix of ground bison and ostrich, but you can get similar results from beef and turkey. Saute some diced onions, bell peppers and carrots, then put them in the fridge to chill. Later on mix those with meat along with a couple eggs, bread crumbs (just throw a few slices of crust-free sourdough into a blender), ketchup, mustard, salt, pepper, and Worcestershire sauce along with whatever else sounds good. Make sure to shape the loaf so that it is not touching the edge of the pan. There should be plenty of space on all sides between the edge of the loaf and the walls of the pan. This is important. Once shaped, cover liberally with ketchup and layer a bacon lattice on top. Bake for a couple hours at 350 or 375, depending on your altitude. Occasionally baste some of the accumulated juices over the top of the loaf. Once baked it should be moist but firm. While it's in the oven, you can make a simple sauce of 1:1 water and ketchup with a splash of Worcestershire sauce to taste. Simmer and reduce until thick. Serve it all with mashed potatoes and peas or whatever veggies you like to complement the dish. RED 2 (2013) Please let it be this one... Daddy's Home (2015) View all replies >