Roughly once a year — right about now, as it so happens — I get a sudden and very urgent hankering for meatloaf. One day, it's stuffed squash and warm grain salads and beef stews, and the next day, all I can think about is meatloaf. Tender, savory bites of meatloaf glazed with (yes, of all things) ketchup. If you have been scarred by dry or tasteless meatloaf in a past life, it's time to revisit this classic. Here's how to make the most tender, most tasty meatloaf you can imagine.