Triple Meat Meatloaf

by | Oct 14, 2021

This meatloaf features meat from the best of 3 worlds....pork, beef and lamb, all available through our farm!

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Hello friend!

A few months ago, my sister Anna and I were planning food for a family gathering. What usually ends up happening is that everyone there pitches in a little food and *voila* a meal is formed.

For this meal, we decided on meatloaf for the main dish. I was going to give some pork sausage from our Berkshire pigs and she was going add in 100% grass-fed ground beef and lamb from their farm, Blissful Bee Pastures.

At the time I didn’t really think too much about the details of the meal. We needed an easy, fast way to feed our family of 7, her family of 6, and our parents/in-laws and meatloaf was something that was easy to multiply many times to feed a large number of people.

Plus, meatloaf has never been my favorite dish (except the one time I made one that, I think, had a pound of bacon for every pound of beef. 🤣)

But then I tasted THIS meatloaf.

Good grief – it was fantastic! The blends of flavors of the beef, lamb and pork together was a mouth-watering meat trio of wonderfulness!
The meatloaf recipe I made is a simple one. All meatloaf recipes I make are simple….sort of a “toss everything into a pan and mix it together” sort of thing.

I don’t even usually measure anything, but I made this again the other day and took measurements to help you get started if you’re not a “toss it together” kind of cook. 😉

Triple Meat Meatloaf

Prep Time 15 mins
Cook Time 35 mins
Total Time 50 mins
Servings 8

Ingredients
  

  • 1 lb of Berkshire pork ground
  • 1 lb of 100% grass-fed beef ground
  • 1 lb of 100% grass-fed lamb ground
  • 3 farm fresh eggs
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 1 tsp garlic powder
  • 1 tsp onion powder

Instructions
 

  • 1. Pre-heat oven to 350.
  • 2. Add all ingredients to a 9×13 pan and mix with hands.
  • 3. After mixed, press evenly flat in the pan.
  • 4. Bake at 350 for 35 minutes.
  • 5. Serve with mashed potatoes and a fresh veggie!

Notes

Meatloaf is often in a loaf pan…but in general, I’m in a hurry for supper, so I put it flat in a 9×13 pan instead. It cooks faster and more evenly and who doesn’t want to eat faster?

Farm News October 14, 2021

Babies are getting bigger…

And because baby pig pictures are ALWAYS a hit….here are some to start your day. 🥰

They will be with us just a couple more weeks (except for Tulip’s who will be a few weeks longer yet) so I’m enjoying them while I can! 😍 Most will be off to find homes at other farms after they leave ours. Always sad to see them go, but happy to know that we did our part to raise them with love and care and get them started at a happy and healthy life!

From all of us here at Piggery Run Farm,
with 2 feet or 4 feet,
we wish you fabulous meatloaf! 😂
Naomi and the gang

PS: Did you know…Anna and I are connected by more than just sisterhood….our husbands are also brothers! 🥰 They live just down the road from us, and also borrow our pastures, so we get together for a lot more than just meatloaf. What a blessing to have their farm and ours so close. 😊

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