Video: Taste-testing banana meatloaf

Free Press arts and life reporters Eva Wasney and Jen Zoratti try banana meatloaf, a dish introduced to Winnipeg homemakers in 1935 by the newspaper's first cooking columnist, Mrs. Madeline Day.

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Free Press arts and life reporters Eva Wasney and Jen Zoratti try banana meatloaf, a dish introduced to Winnipeg homemakers in 1935 by the newspaper’s first cooking columnist, Mrs. Madeline Day.

This recipe is part of a community cookbook project the paper is making to celebrate its 150th anniversary. Learn more and submit a recipe at Homemade.

 


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