Halloween Chili Glazed Meatloaf "Hand"

Recipe of the Week August 30th, 2013

Halloween Chili Glazed Meatloaf "Hand"

We dare you to serve up our gruesome variation on meatloaf this Halloween. You might get mixed reviews about the visual appeal of eating a bloody hand, but the reviews on flavor be unanimously in favor of serving up a few more fingers. Only one question remains, will you eat the left or the right hand first? Muahahahaha!

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