Monday, August 18, 2008

This blog rules.

Howdy readers,
The blog seems to be popping off at an alarming rate. And I hope everyone else is digging it at much as I am. But to the point I shall get!

I've got a few good stories and a sweet recipe for you all.
First the story:
The other day, my friend and I drove down to Mitsuwa Market in Clairemont[for those of you unaware it is a Japanese grocery chain.] We parked, went inside and look at the crazy foods and drinks that no one would ever be cool enough to make here. She got her items and we paid
and walked out. Stumbling around for keys i noticed in the spot next to our car, was a huge, smelly gray, turd on wheels. This huge turd was parked in two compact spots with no regard for anyone else. So we snapped a picture to share with the world. And now I will share it with you!
I thought it was both ridiculously funny, and amazingly American.

And now for the best meal I've had since lat "Thanksgiving". This is more then worth the effort and if you follow the recipe well, it should come out as well as mine did.

Some what of a oxymoron?

2 14oz Gimmie Lean Beef Style
1 Small onion, chopped.
1 red pepper, chopped.
3 cloves garlic, minced.
3 Tbsp Olive Oil
1/4 cup uncooked oatmeal
1/4 cup ketchup
1/2 tsp pepper
1/4 tsp garlic salt
3 Tbsp ketchup
1/2 tsp Nutmeg
1/2 tsp ground mustard


Preheat over to 325
Start sauteing 5 minutes before mixing.
Saute onions, garlic, and pepper in wide pan with olive oil until brown.
While cooling, combine gimme lean, oatmeal, 3Tbsp ketchup, garlic salt and pepper.
Then add sauteed veggies. Mix well, with your hands, other wise its not meatloaf, fool!
Coat a cookie sheet with olive oil. After form a "loaf" shape on the pan.
Once loaf shaped is achieved combine 1/4 c ketchup, nutmeg,
and ground mustard and spread on the loaf.
Cook on 325 for 45 minutes!

Goes great with gravy and mashed potatoes, probably some green beans too.
If you liked this, let me know! So until next time,

Love your life and ride your bike

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