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Poor Meatloaves -- who ever thinks to take pictures of them? When was the last time you saw one featured in a four-page food magazine spread-out?

Meatloaf is ground meat, with a binder such as egg and a starch such as bread or cracker crumbs, along with chopped vegetable and seasonings, formed into a loaf shape (usually), then baked. Many recipes for Meatloaves can also be fried as meat balls.

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Mutsu Apples
Mutsu Apples are large with an irregular shape. The waxy, shiny skin is green ripening to yellowish, with a copper blush sometimes.

Inside, the creamy-white, coarse flesh is dense, firm, crispy and very juicy.

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