Diners, Drive-ins and Dives: An All-American Road Trip . . . with Recipes! by Guy Fieri
Food Network star Guy Fieri takes you on a tour of Americas most colorful diners, drive-ins, and dives in this tie-in to his enormously popular television show, complete with recipes, photos, and memorabilia.Packed with Guys iconic personality, Diners, Drive-ins and Dives follows his hot-rod trips around the country, mapping out the best places most of us have never heard of. From digging in at legendary burger joint the Squeeze Inn in Sacramento, California, baking Peanut Pie from Virginia Diner in Wakefield, Virginia, or kicking back with Petes Rubbed and Almost Fried Turkey Sandwich from Panini Petes in Fairhope, Alabama, Guy showcases the amazing personalities, fascinating stories, and outrageously good food offered by these American treasures.
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I mentioned in an earlier post that I saw this being made on a Food Network show and wanted to give it a try. So, here I am. Doing my thing. In the meantime, I did find that Food Network does post recipes from some of their shows on their website. However, the amounts given for the dishes I wanted to try are for restaurant quantities. The ingredients for the meatloaf I made are fairly close to the original recipe I was following.
Homemade meatloaf just like mom used to make has nothing on this bacon-wrapped meatloaf. So the next time you want a throwback dinner but with a delicious updated twist, try this bacon-wrapped meatloaf. Could Lasagna Get Any Better?
My friend Amy mocked me the other day because I told her that the saddest time of year is between the time The Next Food Network Star ends and the fall programming begins. The Food Network Star and I have an interesting relationship for a lot of reasons. First, I watch that show with rabid intensity—I have this whole Sunday night thing where, after the kids are in bed, I fold laundry and watch the show all by myself I actually do the same thing with The Amazing Race during the rest of the year, but The A mazing Race is not exactly pertinent to this post. Second, I have absolutely no desire to be contestants on that show. This most recent season seemed particularly heavy on the drama and cat-fighting, which made it both more enticing and guilty pleasure-ish. And at the heart of so much of the drama were Penny and Mary Beth.
Nope I would never order meatloaf anywhere. It's funny because I had meatloaf last night. But I make mine with ground turkey. With BBQ sauce on top. I can't wait for lunch today! I was just thinking of meatloaf yesterday. I love it, but my husband doesn't.