Italian Meatloaf

This is in the refigerated section -- microwavable. One heck of a bargain, since it was very meaty (not stuffed with filler). Very oniony flavor. Would be great with garlic mashed potatoes.
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December 12, 2007

does anyone know if this is available around the VA/MD/DC locations?
byL. Orange

March 10, 2008

I had this for dinner - and wow. Heat it up in the over for 25 min or microwave. The portion size is huge! Plenty for leftovers! You may want to have some extra red sauce on the side!

April 10, 2008

We love this turkey meatloaf. Like the PP it warms in the oven nicely and takes only 25 minutes. I line a cookie sheet with foil for easy clean-up! The meatloaf is topped with a red sauce (ketchup like) that melts into the meatloaf. That is personally all the sauce I need. I like that this meatloaf is not overly salted but flavored just right. I pick one up once every couple weeks. It is as good as the ready made turkey meatloaf from Natures (an upscale healthy market in OR). I highly recommend giving this one a try for a quick,no brainer,mid-week meal!

July 16, 2008

I love having this mixed in with my eggs for breakfast believe it or not.

Or cold on a sandwhich.

January 10, 2010

There's a lot of herbs & spices of various sorts in here. Big portion, the sauce is good (not too ketchup-y). I like the fact that its turkey and not beef or pork based. Not the greatest for microwave preparation - because its big and solid, its hard to get the center hot without overcooking the edges.

One downside is that its pretty perishable, usually the date is maybe only 7 days or so ahead of the date you buy it on, so be sure to have plans to consume it soon after your purchase.

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