You probably aren't making enough meatloaf. I definitely am not, and I can't figure out why.
Is it because of the weird school lunch stigma meatloaf still seems to carry? (Five points if you can still recite your school lunch menu. Shouts out to Cypress Springs Elementary, where it seemed like every day we ate "pizza, corn, green beans, ice cream and milk," as announced on our school's morning show.)
It can't be because it doesn't taste good, at least not the homemade version, because homemade meatloaf is delicious: a great way to eat a hamburger without the carby bun, a good thing to load with secret veggies, a fun way to get some protein into your diet. For god's sake, it's meat you cook in a loaf pan!
I made this turkey meatloaf recently, and was pretty surprised at how good it was. I cook with turkey meat all the time, but I'm not sure I've ever made a meatloaf with just ground turkey. Turns out if you load the sucker up with spices and flavorful veggies and Worcestershire sauce, it all works! I highly recommend adding it to your weeknight dinner roundup, especially because in this recipe, everything cooks on one blessed sheet pan.