About the Name:
This is named after the 37th Nancy Drew book: The Clue in the Old Stagecoach, which sends Nancy to camp to investigate a stage coach. I haven’t read this book in a long time and can’t think of anything to say about it.
About The Recipe:
It’s basically pork meatloaf. Like last week’s’ post, it’s listed as a brunch recipe. I made it for dinner.
Taste: Pretty tasty, considering how simple it is.
Ease of Preparation: Easy. It took me about 10 minutes to mix everything together, then an hour to bake. The hardest part was finding fresh pork sausage.
Clarity of instructions: I had no difficulty following these instructions.
Presentation: Not bad. Mine kind of fell apart when I took it out of the pan, I think it’s because I had a clump of mushrooms that didn’t get mixed very well.
Conclusions: This one is a winner. I feel it could be improved with a few more ingredients, but it’s not bad the way it is. Maybe next time I’ll experiment with adding cheese or onions. Just something to give it an extra little zing.