Food that looks like family: Michigan mom makes hilarious meatloaf resembling her son
You are what you eat.
Melissa Suriano, Mesick took the phrase to a whole new level when she surprised her son with a very personal dinner.
Suriano presented her 17-year-old son, Collin, with a large meatloaf that resembled his face.
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The mom included shredded cheese for the hair, green olives for the eyes, red peppers for the eyebrows and white onions for the teeth.
Melissa Suriano from Michigan created this meatloaf, and made it look just like her son Collin. She added olive eyes, shredded cheese hair and onion teeth.
Melissa Suriano told Kennedy News and Media that the personalized dinner was a thank-you to her son for the way he helped her around the house when she started a new job. He also helped organize the basement of his family, which his mother described as “really messy”. “
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“I wanted to make him happy and made him a meatloaf to show my appreciation for what he does,” she said about her son.
Collin Suriano with his mother Melissa Suriano of Mesick, Michigan.
“I thought it would be fun to make it look like him because we had a special celebration dinner,” she said. Collin Suriano was apparently stunned by the appearance that bore such a close resemblance with his face.
Collin Suriano with this meatloaf Doppelganger his mom made.
Once the meatloaf was cooked and served, he told Kennedy News that it felt “weird” to see a likeness of himself being eaten.
The teen found humor in his gesture but he also wondered why he didn’t have a mom like him.
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“At first I found the whole thing extremely funny — like the whole fact that she sculpted my face off a photo into a meatloaf,” he said about his mother’s efforts.
After it has been cooked, Melissa Suriano from Michigan shows us her lookalike meatloaf. Collin Suriano admitted that the meatloaf that his mother made was not very good — which he found the most hilarious part.
“I don’t think any other mother in the world has done that before, which makes it really weird, but it’s a good weird,” he also said.
The 42-year-old mom of four, who works as a behavioral technician for children with special needs, described Collin as a “good young man” — and said that “deep down” she knows he really loved her meatloaf masterpiece.
“Are you going to have second helpings? You’re going to be completely satisfied with yourself. “
“His brother started teasing him about it and saying silly things like, ‘Are you going to have second helpings? “You’re going to be so full of yourself. She said.
Three of the four Suriano brothers pose in a photo.
“[Collin] said, ‘Nobody would ever do this but you. Why can’t I have a normal mother? ‘”
“But he was funny and teasing,” said his mom.
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“He wasn’t angry about it. “
Collin Suriano said that the meatloaf was “not really that good” and that this was the most funny part of the story.
Collin Suriano, seventeen, and Melissa Suriano, his mom, Mesick, Michigan. She said that Collin was kind, helpful, and sweet.
The single mother and widow praised Collin for stepping up to help in recent years, especially given that she lost her partner 13 years ago.
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“Collin is just sweet, helpful and is very, very kind,” she said of her son. He is the middle of four brothers… and this young man grew up and he’s helped. “
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“I don’t have to ask him, and he always does the right thing,” she said. He’s just an ordinary young man. “
Angelica Stabile works as a lifestyle writer at Fox News Digital.
I have been writing professionally for over 20 years and have a deep understanding of the psychological and emotional elements that affect people. I’m an experienced ghostwriter and editor, as well as an award-winning author of five novels.