I will preface this recipe with a bit of insight into my cooking technique.  At the time of this cooking adventure I lived with roommates who were legitimate goddesses in the kitchen. Awe inspiring baked goods, 3 + course meals with perfect wine pairings, and the like were near daily occurrences in our home.  Being a health nut, cooking is a daily part of my routine but the process is usually regarded with a bit of a chuckle from afore mentioned kitchen goddesses.


My approach is simplistic and purposeful with two main goals:

  1. The food be nutritionally nourishing
  2. It must be satisfying- ie so enjoyable that I am not scrounging around for something different after it is consumed.

Within these parameters my food takes on many shapes, combinations, and strategies.

beetloaf 1

Tonight this lead to Beetloaf, possibly the reigning champ for best food item I have ever created (confirmed by 2 kitchen goddesses and 1 innocent bystander).


beetloaf 2


1 lb Grass-fed Ground Beef
2 Red Beets, Shredded
2 Carrots, Chopped
1/4 c Onion, Chopped
S & P
Organicville Original BBQ Sauce

8 x 8 Glass Pan.  Mix all ingredients excluding BBQ Sauce.  When all ingredients are well mixed, press into cooking pan and use BBQ Sauce as a glaze.  Place in pre-heated oven at 350 for 30 + minutes until done.

* All ingredients are organic**and preferably local
**non-GMO and have not been sprayed, buy from farmers you trust whether they have a piece of paper proving certification or not.

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One Comment Add yours

  1. AgileWriter says:

    Very tempting!!
    Try Beef in Red Wine

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