From Our Editors
The Meatloaf Bakery's chief meatloaf maker, Cynthia, serves up an innovative take on a hearty comfort-food classic. Customers on the go have their pick of eight different kinds of meatloaf shaped like cupcakes, mini loaves, pies, and layer cakes. Cynthia's signature Mother Loaf, which has been featured on the Food Network's Sugar High, puts a new spin on the classic meatloaf. It seamlessly blends a meat trio of beef, pork, and veal with ketchup and herbs and comes with a mound of yukon mashed potatoes. Diners seeking the meatloaf experience sans meat can try her gluten-free, vegetarian Yentl Lentl Loaf, which uses only lentils and brown rice blended with bell peppers and cheese. Her six other loaves incorporate everything from Alaskan salmon to wing sauce with blue cheese or even a swirl of angel-hair pasta. She likes to reimagine meatloaf using the traditional meat of other countries' cuisines, creating hybrid comfort foods without reliving that French-Fry Onion-Soup Disaster.