This recipe came from Martha Stewart's Everyday Food magazine. It gave a basic recipe for Spanish-style meatloaf and then four variations. I'm not sure why it's called Spanish-style - this is pretty much the way Americans make meatloaf too. It may have to do with the potatoes in the original recipe, which is not a normal American ingredient. I used ground turkey and replaced the butternut squash with pumpkin. I made it one evening and the Hub heated it up for dinner the next night - there was also some leftover for lunches. We all liked this, even Andrew who is not a big meatloaf fan. The red pepper flakes spice up the bland turkey and the vegetables and bacon all add to the flavor.