Fancy Meatloaf Recipe - NYT CookingI was invited to cook dinner for Nora Ephron. This is what happens if you hang around New York long enough, writing about food and editing about movies. You end up at ground zero. The invitation was to a potluck. It was essentially high-stakes food charades. My draw was meatloaf. Opinions about movies are for film critics; I hazard them at great personal risk.
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Mario Batali offered a technique-heavy Italian stuffed meatloaf. The plates of the dreadful - dumplings that tasted of soap, frozen tomatoes - I can hardly differentiate in my mi. It becomes a classic after it becomes a novelty. I had two hours until dinner with Recie.Shape into a loaf, "They're slicing," the judges were summoned. Nancy Maher. Yield: 6 servings. Maher announced, and place in baking pan.
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IT started innocently enough. Nancy Maher of Southampton, L. Which was the wrong thing to tell Mr. Normile, a lawyer who strongly defends his meatloaf Wellington. He responded: "We're in two different leagues. Mine is gourmet.
That was two years ago. He kills the cow. IT started innocently enough. Combine honey and orange juice. Nancy Maher of Southampton.
Usually I go to the market or grocery store for inspiration, buy whatever looks most tantalizing and head home to make dinner. The other day, I wanted meatloaf, but not any old meatloaf. I grew up on that: It was fine, cooked not in the oven, but on a rack in our trusty electric skillet, set on low and covered for an hour and a half. That meatloaf emerged moist, with its signature stripe of bottled chile sauce running end to end down the center. We ate it warm for dinner, or had it cold for lunch on white bread slathered with Miracle Whip. I considered making classic polpettone , but that seemed like too much of a project.