It doesn't all end up in the trash. Once food hits its sell-by date, many markets donate products to food banks or sell them to salvage stores.
Though the modern meatloaf we know is an American invention, the dish's ancestry spans the globe, dating back to Ancient Rome
British revelry is milder: instead of ruckus on Bourbon Street, there's restrained wildness at the griddle.
In England, the day before Lent is dedicated to the mass consumption of this slim, buttery, tender cake.