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Old 01-13-2009, 05:09 PM   #1
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Crazy Egg Meatloaf

Anyone have it before? I checked out "eating Stella Style" from the library and it is in there. Amazing recipes too.
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Old 01-13-2009, 05:12 PM   #2
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OK, how about sharing the recipe. As long as you say what source you got it from it is ok.
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Old 01-13-2009, 05:32 PM   #3
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I am a member of Stella Style and I know Diana, Dave and the rest wont mind if you post it but give credit to them...K?

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Crazy Egg Meatloaf

2 lbs hamburger
2 large eggs
1/2 c grated parm cheese
1/4 c diced red onion
1/4 c bell pepper
2T parsley
2 cloves garlic
1/2 tsp oregano
1/2 tsp basil
1 tsp salt
1/2 tsp pepper
5 hard boiled eggs, peeled
4 T LC ketcup

Preheat oven to 350.
Mix meat, raw eggs, cheese,vegetables and seasoning in a bowl.
Place 1/2 the meat mixture in a 9-by-5 loaf pan. Place hard boiled eggs next to eachother on top of mixture in pan.
Place rest of meat mixture on top of hard boiled eggs and prress lightly to seal and cover eggs.
Spread LC ketcup on top if desired.

Bake 1 hour 15 minutes or until temperature reads 165. drain fat off and let rest 10 minutes.

Cut into 8 equal slices.

8 servings
10 grams fat
4 grams saturated fat
4 grams carbs
1 gram fiber 9leaving 3 carbs a slice)
30 grams protein

This recipe is from "Eating Stella Style" By George Stella

I hope you like it. It smells wonderful and the oven timer just ran. Great timing. Enjoy!
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Old 01-13-2009, 05:57 PM   #5
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I've had something very similar. I've also made 'Scotch Eggs' with the boiled egg wrapped in sausage and then cooked brown. Yummy!
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It tastes wonderful. I think it will be a regular on the menu. My grandma use to put hard boiled eggs in her meatloaf and I turned my nose up at it and went without. I was missing out. No wonder she never made me eat it. More for her and papa.
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Old 01-13-2009, 11:34 PM   #7
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Anyone have it before? I checked out "eating Stella Style" from the library and it is in there. Amazing recipes too.
Yup, and it's FANTASTIC! My mother used to make a great meatloaf with hard-cooked eggs in it, but George's is even better than hers. And that's saying a lot!

When George Stella had his program on The Food Network I recorded every episode. But when we moved the box the tapes were in ended up in the hot garage, and every one of them was ruined. But I still have a lot of them in my recipe file.

They may even still be on the Food Network's web site. I'm not sure.

Added later: Yes, they're still there. Just use "George Stella" as the search term on the site and you can find dozens of them.
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Stella's recipes are GREAT! His are my all-time favorite cookbooks.
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Old 01-14-2009, 08:19 AM   #9
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Hi Ya'll!!! Guess what? George has a NEW cookbook out on QVC. Check it out! He's going to be on QVC a lot this month. more than 10,000 have been sold so far. I've seen some of the new recipes and they are to DIE for. There are even enhancements to his New York Style Cheesecake!
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Thanks for the recipe.

Su, Scotch eggs are yummy. in fact my 9 yr old has requested them.

George Stella is an inspiration. I will be watching for his book on QVC.

Whatever happened to Blaine Jelus of Blaine's Low Carb Kitchen on Fit tv? also what happened to Low Carb and Lovin' It on Food network?
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Whatever happened to Blaine Jelus of Blaine's Low Carb Kitchen on Fit tv? also what happened to Low Carb and Lovin' It on Food network?
Neither of them are on any more. I heard they were dropped because "Low-carb was just a fad and nobody's interested in it any more." <cough-cough!>
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FitTV is showing reruns of Blaine's show. I never got to see them the first time around, so it's fun (and new) for me.
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Neither of them are on any more. I heard they were dropped because "Low-carb was just a fad and nobody's interested in it any more." <cough-cough!>
Low carb shows fail because there is very little advertising market for them, after all, how long do you have to be low carb before you realize that you don't need the branded snack bars etc to be low carb?
I must say I never got into that stuff because I went low carb when I was DXed with type 2 diabetes and couldn't afford them anyways ... later I realized that when you eliminate the voodoo GI math and factor in the sugar alcohol that stuff isn't really low carb anyways.
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This meatloaf is wonderful. I put it between 2 oopsies and had a meatloaf sammy. Even the kids enjoyed it.
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I advanced ordered his book from QVC as well..can't wait to get it and see what new recipes he came up with!!

It sure was nice to see him again...........
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I am to cheap. I borrowed it from the library. I may buy it some day because the recipes are wonderful. I may just photocopy the ones I love and put them in my LC folder.
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bekki, nothing wrong with being "cheap". I use the library all the time. I can't justify buying books unless I know for sure I am going to reread them. Same thing with cookbooks, if I can borrow from the library first to preview it, then I may buy it.

Since Scotch Eggs use breakfast sausage, I can see this being made with breakfast sausage in place of the hamburger and spices. I am thinking of doing that and taking it to my work on Friday during "treat" day. I signed up for this Friday but am supposed to take donuts NOT. I also wondered about doing this same kind of loaf in a bundt pan, but I wonder if more meat would be needed? Maybe stretching 2 lbs of meat with more veggies, increasing amounts of onion and green pepper, but also including red, yellow, or orange peppers, celery, mushrooms, green and/or black olives . . . the possibilities are endless.
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I love our library's cookbook section also......that recipe sounds wonderful Bekki1
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I am to cheap. I borrowed it from the library. I may buy it some day because the recipes are wonderful. I may just photocopy the ones I love and put them in my LC folder.
What is the name of the new Stella Style book...I want to do the same thing...

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What is the name of the new Stella Style book...I want to do the same thing...

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Go over to StellaStyle...lots of info on the new book.
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Fyi, I recommend searching both "Low carb and lovin it" and "George Stella" on youtube.

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How many cookbooks does he have? I have tried 3 recipes and am in love. His story/pictures are amazing. Have you made any?
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How many cookbooks does he have? I have tried 3 recipes and am in love. His story/pictures are amazing. Have you made any?
He has two that have been out for a while and one that is brand new, not yet released. I agree, his recipes are fantastic. My favorites are:


Waldorf Cole Slaw Recipe : George Stella : Food Network

OMG...so GOOD!
Anaheim Shrimp Scampi Recipe : George Stella : Food Network

Easy Cheesy Chili Chicken Recipe : George Stella : Food Network

Excellent Quickie BBQ sauce-says you can freeze it too but I never have. It never lasts that long...
No-Cook Low Carb Bourbon Barbecue Sauce Recipe : George Stella : Food Network


Uncle Al's Sausage and Peppers Casserole Recipe : George Stella : Food Network

Love this with thighs, makes a yummy and inexpensive meal.
Family-Style Chicken Recipe : George Stella : Food Network

These are simply amazing and one of the first dishes of his I tried that hooked me on his recipes.
Knife-and-Fork Chili Turkey Burgers Recipe : George Stella : Food Network

The ricotta cheesecake is one of the very best I've ever had
Low Carb New York Ricotta Cheesecake Recipe : George Stella : Food Network

~this sauce is out of this world...
Cauliflower Mac and Cheese Casserole Recipe : George Stella : Food Network

All of the muffins in his cookbooks (which I sub out almond flour for soy flour and it works perfectly fine and they are fantastic)

The Breadless Bread Pudding (in the book)

The Truffles (in the book)

And these are all tried and true recipes that I have made and loved. Go to food network and do a search for "George Stella" and a ton of recipes from his show are on there. I have yet to not enjoy one of his recipes. I can't wait to get his new book.

I know it sounds as though I work for him but I don't, LOL!
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