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susan

hi grant,

that meatloaf looks delicious! and yes to bacon wrapping! i totally feel you on the need to make something delicious after a mishap. i made meatballs, you made meatloaf. :)

aria

this is so cool! i love couscous, and all wrapped up like that, mmmmmmmmmm!

hikalu

I happened to find your blog recently. this meatloaf looks so nice. It is another nice way to use couscous. I understand that it's not that greasy. I will read the other recipes you wrote. Thank you for the nice food blog!

Luisa

That really looks so good, Grant. I'm sorry about your cooking mishaps, hate it when they happen, but it looks like this made up for them! :)

tara

I do not belive I've ever said this about a meatloaf but ... how pretty! That is one of the most elegant interpretations of comfort food I've seen in a long time. Oh how I wish I had the ingredients in the house, this most definitely would be dinner.

George

The Norm Thompson catalogue sells a similar product (turkey subed for pork) @ $59.50 for 2#.
I decided to look on the web and found this.

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