“Dip leftover slices of meat loaf into beaten egg, then coat with bread crumbs,” suggests Joan B. of Lisbon, Connecticut. “Fry in butter on both sides until hot and golden. They taste like beef cutlets!”
We love Grandma's version of meat loaf so much that we have it at Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter—the holidays wouldn't be the same without it! It's just as good the next day, as a cold sandwich.—Joan Frey, Spencer, Ohio
"The brown sugar glaze on this meat loaf is what makes it special at any big gathering," says Dorothy Hoffmann of Wheatland, North Dakota. "We usually serve it with baked potatoes, coleslaw, green beans, buns and butter, with cake and coffee for dessert."