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Recipe By: James T. Ehler
Description: Recipe from Cripple Creek Country Club


    2½ Pounds Ground Beef
    1/4 Pound Italian Sausage
    3/4 Cup Tomatoes -- chopped fine
    1/2 Cup Yellow Onion -- chopped fine
    1/2 Cup Green Bell Pepper -- chopped fine
    1 Tablespoons Garlic Clove -- minced
    1½ Tablespoons Worcestershire Sauce
    2 Tablespoons Pickapeppa Sauce
    2 Whole Eggs
    1¼ Cups Dry Bread Crumbs
    1½ Teaspoons Black Pepper
    2 Teaspoons Oregano
    1 Tablespoon Salt

    1/2 Cup Ketchup
    2 Tablespoons Honey
    3 Tablespoons Pickapeppa Sauce


Mix all ingredients gently, but well and form into a loaf in a baking pan.

Do not overmix, as this tends to make for a tough (too firm) meatloaf.

Mix topping ingredients together and coat top of meatloaf.

Bake for 1 ½ hours at 350 degrees F. Cover for first 45 minutes.

Serving Ideas: Serve with a Peppercorn brown sauce.

NOTES: I first used this recipe at the Cripple Creek Country Club in Colorado. This meat loaf was a favorite lunch special in many of the restaurants and hotels I have worked at through the years. It is also a favorite 'employee meal'.  Chef James.


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