, I forgot about your divided plates! I meant to get a set for Goober for Christmas.
, there are days that I might have to call that potato dish "heartburn love", but I would make and eat it anyway!
Remember that I am truly a petulant child when it comes to some food mixing before it touches my mouth. I have several divider plates. My mother bought me my first one in an attempt to shame me into eating like an adult. I loved the plate and used it with love and pride. Took me about 10 years to realize the purchase was not done for love and this backfired on her.
I found several from my grandparent's home where they were used in their diner. I have found them in thrift stores, including a divider plate with a blue willow pattern. And PF sent me a porcelain TV tray set one year. ? I don't use them for every meal, but....the thought of Brussel sprout/chestnut juice mixing with meatloaf juices and flowing into the mashed potatoes? Nope...could not chance it. ?
The plate in the picture was made by Corelle, but I am sure they could be found on Amazon. "Divider plates for adults."
YUM!! What's on top of your meatloaf? Tomato sauce? Recipe please.
Where did you get your divided plates?
It's canned tomato sauce mixed with a bit of Worcestershire sauce and a tiny bit of brown sugar and mustard.
The meatloaf had 2 pounds of ground beef, some bread soaked with a bit of milk, 1 onion - chopped, about a 1.5 cups of tomato sauce, salt, pepper, and a bit of mustard. Not fancy. But I had bread that needed used. I'll likely add an egg next time. I often use oatmeal as a binder and omit the milk....and I forgot to add a spoon of Worcestershire sauce in this go-around.