don't you worry. wednesday is not turning into a food post day. if that were the case, i would starve you all to death. i have about ten go-to dishes that i like to make; one of them being breakfast-for-dinner, i kid you not. i love food and cooking (when the mood strikes), but if the recipe calls for more than ten ingredients and two pots, i'm out. this recipe is probably one of the most complicated dishes that i make, which means for you cooks out there, it's super easy. i don't know about you, but as the weather starts to get cooler (anytime soon, southern california?) i begin to crave comfort food. this recipe for meatloaf fits the bill quite nicely. in this version, i use ground turkey instead of ground meat so it's a bit healthier and leaner. if you want the recipe, i provided it below. i promise you the turkey loaf is pretty tasty (even though the name suggests otherwise) and it has a sweet tomato sauce that goes on top. i like to pair it with roasted butternut squash, and eat all of it over brown rice.
what is your favorite comfort food?
update: here is a brussels recipe that i think would pair nicely with this turkey loaf.
recipe from wintersburg presbyterian church cookbook (www.morriscookbook.com)