You’ll find a variety of recipes for country-style meatloaf out there, but what a lot of them have in common is that they swap the traditional breadcrumbs for either fresh bread or flour, then add vegetables of some kind. One of the most common versions of country-style meatloaf uses flour instead of breadcrumbs, then adds sautéed carrots, onions, and celery. The most common meat for a country-style meatloaf is a blend of ground beef and ground pork rather than just beef. Often, you’ll also see a country-style meatloaf baked as a free-form loaf on a sheet pan rather than in a loaf pan. Some recipes also swap out the ketchup in the loaf for soy sauce. Otherwise, you’ll find that the recipe for a country-style meatloaf is much like a classic meatloaf recipe: You’ll bake them at the same temperature for about the same amount of time, and you’ll know when your loaf is done when its internal temperature hits 160°F.