Food Recipe From Quarantined Decades Rewind

Decades Rewind in Quarantine for now

The Suncoast Post recently had the pleasure of catching up with Decade Rewind’s leader, Peter Gatti. We were excited to share exciting ventures coming up for the DR crew but, like all of us, plans have been shelved for now in favor of hunkering down in quarantine. So, how about a new Decades Rewind recipe to try while we wait? When a sense of normalcy returns, we will surely inform you of upcoming tours and exciting additions to their shows.

Remember the good times

Following Decades Rewind on social media provides viewers glimpses of the fun and amazing food they always seem to be enjoying. Peter has graciously agreed to share one of his favorite recipes from their long days on the road. Whether at campsites around the country or enjoying a great bite while enroute to the next venue, keeping it real, and delicious, is a vibe Decades Rewind likes to maintain.

Inside of Decades Rewind tour bus it’s crowded!

Bus life can get tedious but, surrounded by great friends, supported by fans around the country, and devouring delicious food certainly makes the time sweeter. The Decades Rewind group cannot wait to get back to performing but, for now, they are enjoying time at home with their families, eating great food, and looking ahead to better days. Visit their website to see what’s coming up!

Read about them in this article from 2016.

The Suncoast Post wants to know

SP: How has the “tour bus life” prepared the Decade’s Rewind crew for this current situation we are all experiencing?
PG: Well, living in a 45-foot trailer with 12 people is certainly tighter than most homes. And the food – – we prepared everything in a roasting pan or crockpot, so it was ready whenever we wanted to eat.
SP: Who is the cook when you are out on the road, and what is the crew’s favorite dish?
PG: My wife, Sandy wears many hats around DR, including bus cook. By far, the crew’s favorite dish and one they always request is the “macaroni and cheese stuffed meatloaf.” Yes, you heard it right! It’s simple and delicious. Take a look at the recipe below, you will love it.

Quarantine Food Recipe from Decades Rewind

Macaroni and Cheese-Stuffed Meatloaf

2 lbs. ground beef
1 small onion chopped
¼ cup breadcrumbs
1 egg
2/3 cup Sweet Baby Ray’s BBQ sauce
1 container Bob Evan’s macaroni and cheese

Mix beef, onion, breadcrumbs and egg. Add ½ of the BBQ sauce. Take half of the mixture to form bottom of the loaf. Add mac and cheese to middle. Top with remainder of ground beef mixture, forming a loaf around mac and cheese. Top with remaining BBQ sauce. Bake at 350 degrees for one hour.

Photos courtesy of Decades Rewind Facebook page.

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