I promised to write about our dinner tonight and it was not disappointing.
I made this meatloaf from PW's site. I don't know if I've ever talked about it before.
A quick check of my labels says that I don't have a "meatloaf" label. So if I did write about, I didn't label it as such.
If your standard meatloaf recipe is becoming a bit bland, try this one. It has quickly found its way to the top of our favorite meatloaf list (that list isn't too long, Paula Dean's bacon meatloaf is the only thing that tops it and coming in third is an Italian style meatloaf from Giada; all my favorite chefs + meatloaf = yummy).
The side dish tonight was pretty special. It was a recipe from Giada; sweet potato fries with caramelized onions and a garlic butter-fontina topping.
Bill, do you have our doctor's phone number on speed dial? We may need to get our cholesterol checked.
The fries made enough to feed ten people (don't worry, we didn't eat them all but I'm doubting they'll be as good reheated). The toppings sent them over the top (pun intended).
I used the fancy balsamic vinegar. The aroma was unbelievable. The caramelized onions were delicious. I forget how much I love caramelized onions.
And how can you go wrong with melted butter seasoned with minced garlic? I also added some thyme. Then the grated fontina...
I love cheese.
These fries were superb.
Next time, I won't cut up three sweet potatoes. Unless I'm feeding an army. Or the sweet potatoes are smaller.
Just remember; if anything I mention sounds good, when you come visit just remind me of what specifically you want me to make for you. The list goes on and on...