Recently, Sweet Wife prepared another of her wonderfully delicious meatloaves, a recipe from her late mother that is a Bar-B-Que Meatloaf.
She asked me later if I wanted a meatloaf sandwich. Now, I have heard of this before, but always refused, thinking how could anyone like a sandwich that is sure to drip all over the consumer, making a sure mess in the process, and besides, how could you possibly keep all of the meatloaf in the sandwich. I have always refused this offer in the past.
For some reason, I decided to try one…just one…this one time. Oh my goodness! How have I not tried this before now? A warm meatloaf sandwich made with Chiabatta bread has become my new guilty pleasure.
Surprisingly, the meatloaf stayed in the sandwich and there was very little dripping out and making a mess.
Later, she also offered a “cold meatloaf sandwich.” Hey, one step at a time! I don’t think I am ready for that. After all, I don’t eat cold pizza or cold fried chicken. Let’s just stick with a nice warm meatloaf sandwich.