This cross between a hamburger and meatloaf is a melty, meaty indulgence.
By Diane Unger | May 17, 2011
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I made these last night. The recipe looks like it would taste kind of plain and would be nothing that special. Let me tell you that the mix and proportions of the ingredients turn these kind of ordinary ingredients into something that was absolutely delicious. By FAR the best meatloaf or cheeseburger type of recipe that I have ever eaten. These were delicious. Highly recommended. Thanks
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