I may be biased, but I'm told I make a wicked meat loaf... so here ya go.... 1 lb griound sirloin 1 lb ground turkey (dark meat) 1 10 oz can tomato sauce 3/4 cup quaker oats 3/4 cup dried onion flakes 1 egg red pepper tarragon rosemary black pepper red pepper (dried -- the kind you'd find in a pizza place) hot sauce (I like Crystal for this, but you can use any you prefer) gravy master red wine Preheat Oven to 350 Degrees Fahrenheit Mix tomato sauce, egg, oats, and onion flakes in a big mixing bowl. Add tarragon, rosemary, (probably between a half tsp and a tsp each, but I do it by feel), black pepper, red pepper and hot sauce to taste.. don't go too heavy on the peppers or that's all you'll taste and it will be too hot). Once you mix the above, add ground sirloin and turkey. Mix in well using your hands to make sure that the two kinds of meat are well blended so you don't have areas of turkey and areas of meat. Place in a pyrex pan, either the 11" x 7" x 1-1/2" rectangular baking dish or the 4.5" x 8.5" x 3" Loaf ... shape mixture into a loaf, leaving about a half inch all around the outside of the meat. Pour red wine in the space left around the meat loaf, about a quarter of the height of the loaf. Add about 4 splashes of gravy master to the wine, then mix it in a bit so that it blends into the wine. Cook for 1 1/2 hours. The trick to this meatloaf is the wine. It shouldn't be stuff that's not good enough to drink a glass of while you're cooking. Bad wine makes for bad-tasting food. Enjoy! Happy Holidays!