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Delicious Weekly Meal Plan featuring Homemade CrunchWrap Supreme!


A fun spin on meatloaf, a home-made version of a Taco Bell classic, a smart tip for baking chicken, a great burger idea, and easy pulled pork - This week’s family menu is full of great ideas!

If this is your first visit to ChopLocal, welcome! Each week, one of our team members, Tawnya, creates a supper menu for her family of 5, and shares it via our blog! You can click here to find the previous menus.

You can also check out our selection of farm-to-fork meats. Our vendors are all farmers and small businesses, offering you an amazing assortment of meats without the involvement of any major corporations.

Some of these recipes are “Tawnya Originals” and some are from recipe blogs. A huge thank you to I Wash You Dry, Cooking with Janica, and Kim’s Cravings.

Now, without further ado, here’s this week’s menu:

MeatLoaf Balls

  1. Preheat your oven to 350* degrees F
  2. Start by mixing together your hamburger, milk, crushed saltines, salt, pepper, onion powder, worcestershire sauce, and 2 eggs into a large bowl. That is your meat mixture.
  3. In a separate bowl mix ketchup, brown sugar, and mustard together. That is your sauce mixture. 
  4. Place 2-4 tablespoons of your sauce mixture into your meat mixture. Stir well. 
  5. Spray a muffin tin with non-stick cooking spray. Then add your meat mixture, filling to the top of each cup. (Don’t overfill!)
  6. Once all your meat is placed into the muffin pan, add sauce to each one. 
  7. Bake for 30-45 minutes. 

CrunchWrap Supreme

Recipes using ground beef are perfect for busy weeknight meals, and this home-made Crunch Wrap Supreme from Cooking with Janica does not disappoint! Check out the full recipe here.

Oven Baked Chicken Breast

This recipe from I Wash, You Dry includes important tips to make your chicken breast come out perfectly - not dry or undercooked. Check it out here.


Ultimate Pork Patties

  1. Grill your pork patties until cooked to 145* degrees F.
  2. While they are cooking on the grill, cook one egg per sandwich in a skillet. We prefer our eggs over easy, but cook to your liking!
  3. On a bun place your pork patty, egg, and favorite BBQ sauce and enjoy!


Pulled Pork 

Use the slow-cooker to do the hard work, but don't forget to brown your pork first for extra flavor! The full recipe with a homemade seasoning blend can be found at Kim's Cravings.

That does it for another week of meals from ChopLocal! Now, go forth and shop for amazing meats, directly from farmers and butchers!

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