Mediterranean Meat Loaf; the update — 17 Comments

  1. Your kitchen is looking great! Love the wood on the cabinets! Meatloaf is one of my absolute favorites and yours looks delicious! I must try it with the capers and feta cheese! Bet it makes a great sandwich left over!

  2. Umm meat loaf … it’s been too long since I made one, must put that on the menu this week.
    Katie, I am in love with your kitchen! My next kitchen is going to have more open shelving above than it does now, I really enjoy being about to see … and so there’s a dusting of flour on everything, it’ll be a baking kitching.
    I’m a little confused about the ‘final cleaning’ comment … when is a kitchen ever finally cleaned.

  3. Your kitchen is looking good! You must be so happy to be getting done with the job.

  4. So so jealous with the kitchen! Looks great.
    And that meat loaf can satisfy any men’s hearts! (Provided he’s not vegetarian, of course! :P). I’m saving the recipe!

  5. The meatloaf looks so delicious. Do people have meatloaf for breakfast? cos it is breakfast time here and you are making me so hungry.
    Lovely cosy kitchen 😀

  6. Hi Katie – wow, your kitchen is gorgeous! Love the cabinets and the floors, and the openness! Capers and feta cheese – I must try! Ina

  7. Those cabinets look awesome! Way classier than the curtains.
    Meatloaf is a such a great comfort food…and so versatile. You can stuff anything in it and it will taste good! Love the Mediterranean infusion here.

  8. What a beautiful room. I want your tile floors! Beautiful work.
    Great variation on the classic meatloaf. I’ve never been a fan of the traditional American meatloaf, so I love it when people come up with fun improvements to it.

  9. Katie, The kitchen looks great. I am beginning to love the process of remodeling. Every new accomplishment is something to be savored. By the way the book arrived and I am enjoying it. My thanks again.

  10. Pam, sometimes I make meat loaf just for the sandwiches….
    Tanna, always the dust…. I should have said the final organizing – before I start rearranging LOL
    Kalyn, oh so very happy ;-))
    Anh, mine loves it – could eat it eveery day…
    Tigerfish, I have it for breakfast…. go ahead …. and Thanks!
    Ina, thanks, it’s getting there. It will be finished soon – I hope!
    Val, everytime I go to get the barbecue the weather turns cool….
    Thanks, Carla, it’s been quite a project.
    Tasteofbeirut, I liked the way the feta kept it’s shape – much better than other cheeses.
    Joanne, you didn’t like my curtains?!?!? Sheesh! LOL
    Rachael, my meat loaves are never traditional…
    ADO, thank…
    Penny, thanks – and glad to hear it made it.

  11. Oh no – another great recipe using minced beef. I think I may have to kidnap a cow soon! Can’t wait to try this. BTW, when you say “dry cured” Greek olives. Can I just take some out of the jar of brine – and leave them overnight – or will that be the same? Will see if I can find them at my little Med supermarket I go to – and look for them incase they do carry them.

  12. I know I was here. I remember reading the post, loving the kitchen, the recipe. I meant to leave a comment, honestly. I’m so easily derailed these days…
    I love how your kitchen is looking. Bright and light and lovely with tons of drawers. Don’t you just love drawers?

  13. FatCatAnna, they don’t have to be dry – it’s just the only decent olive I can get here. The dry-cured don’t come in brine and are kind of wrinkly…. and really flavorful, unlike most black olives I find here.
    Christine, Don’t you hate it when that happens? I do it all the time…. – get derailed, I mean…..