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Meatloaf was an Earth food made of ground meat, shaped into a loaf and baked. (TOS episode: "Charlie X")

History and specificsEdit

By 2151, Travis Mayweather felt that resequenced meatloaf had still not been perfected. (ENT episode: "Fortunate Son")

In November 2151, while stranded in a shuttlepod, Charles Tucker III and Malcolm Reed enjoyed emergency rations of meatloaf with gravy and mashed potatoes. (ENT episode: "Shuttlepod One")

The mess hall chef aboard the USS Enterprise-C, while on an "Old Earth kick", would serve meatloaf with tomato-basil glaze. (TLE novel: Well of Souls)

Meatloaf was listed by Tom Paris as one of the many things he loved about Earth's 20th century. (ST reference: Star Trek Cookbook)

Harry Kim loved meatloaf. (VOY - Invasion! novel: The Final Fury)

USS Lionheart's First Officer Atia liked meatloaf. (ST - The Fall novel: The Poisoned Chalice)

A customer within the Bashir 62 program ordered meatloaf from Joy in the Deauville Diner. (DS9 novel: The Long Mirage)

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In 2266, after James T. Kirk complained about the lack of turkey available for the crew to eat on Thanksgiving aboard the USS Enterprise, and asked that synthetic meatloaf at least be made to look like turkey, Charles Evans turned the meatloaf into actual live turkeys via psychokinesis. (TOS episode: "Charlie X")

In 2269, Rosaly Ybarra pointed out that the Arivne may not have marooned her and five others on the rogue planet Anomaly in order to study them. She facetiously suggested that a Vulcan and five Humans might be ingredients for their meatloaf. (TOS novel: Planet of Judgment)

In 2275, message boards aboard the USS Enterprise complained of awful-tasting meatloaf served from food slots in one of the commissaries. (TOS novel: Spock's World)

In 2370, when William T. Riker visited a holodeck simulation of the Enterprise (NX-01) and pretended to be the ship's chef, Charles Tucker III told him that Jonathan Archer had asked for meatloaf. (ENT episode: "These Are the Voyages...")

In 2371, Tom Paris claimed that meatloaf was the only thing his mother Julia Paris ever cooked. (VOY - Invasion! novel: The Final Fury)

In 2376, Elias Vaughn claimed that crewman Richards made meatloaf from rats taken from the biolab of a starship in 2304, although Prynn Tenmei denied it. (DS9 - Mission Gamma novel: Lesser Evil)

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