Re: Ever been called a hipster?
I have always lumped meatloaf into the category of "white people food". As an American born Mexican I never grew up eating it but I have to say that I really do enjoy it when it's not chock full of onions.
This thread had been pretty effectively Saturn'd already so I'd like to entertain my curiosity. Where does meatloaf come from? I assumed it had some sort of European roots like hot dogs and corned beef. Is meatloaf an American invention like Mac and Cheese?
I'm in my 20's and have an unfounded dislike of modern music so my older brother and fiancÚ like to call me a hipster to get a rise out of me. I really don't care for the hipster movement or any of the bland, sedate indie music their scene is cranking out today. I gave Mumford and Sons a listen the other day and was frankly bored out of my mind.
Sale of this space pending.