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Celebrate Valentine’s Day on February 14th with a Delicious Veal “Sweetloaf”

Monday, February 11, 2019
 

Serve your sweetheart a memorable meal to mark the special day

Washington, DC – Choosing the perfect meal on Valentine’s Day, the most romantic day of the year, can be stressful – but it doesn’t have to be. This year, celebrate by making a delectable Veal “Sweetloaf” for your sweetheart or for your entire family. The “Sweetloaf,” which offers a unique spin on a perennial classic, is certain to delight your special someone and make this Valentine’s Day your most memorable yet.

The “Sweetloaf” is a heart-shaped meatloaf made with veal, garlic, onion and herbs, then topped with a ketchup glaze and a bacon heart. It can also be divided into six mini loaves the whole family can enjoy. You may even choose to forgo your traditional Valentines and gift these savory treats to the ones who mean the most to you.

So this Valentine’s Day, take the pressure off, and impress those you love with a delicious and nutritious Veal “Sweetloaf.”

For the full “Sweetloaf” recipe, click here.

More great veal recipes like, Veal Saltimbocca , Veal Martini and Veal Piccata can be found at vealmadeeasy. Information on veal production can be found at vealfarm.

About The Beef Checkoff:

The Beef Checkoff Program ( www.MyBeefCheckoff.com) was established as part of the 1985 Farm Bill. The checkoff assesses $1 per head on the sale of live domestic and imported cattle, in addition to a comparable assessment on imported beef and beef products. In states with qualified beef councils, states may retain up to 50 cents of the dollar and forward the other 50 cents per head to the Cattlemen’s Beef Promotion and Research Board, which administers the national checkoff program, subject to USDA approval.

About the North American Meat Institute:

NAMI, a contractor to the Beef Checkoff, is a national trade association that represents companies that process 95 percent of red meat and 70 percent of turkey products in the US and their suppliers throughout America. In addition, NAMI conducts scientific research through its Foundation designed to help meat and poultry companies improve their plants and their products. The Institute's many meetings and educational seminars also provide excellent networking and information-sharing opportunities for members of the industry.

"Internal links within this document are funded and maintained by the Beef Checkoff. All other outgoing links are to websites maintained by third parties."

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