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Unread 07-02-2013, 08:45 PM   #1
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Default First smoked meatloaf, WoW!

My wife had it all ready to go when I got home. I fired up the drum to 350 and let it roll. When it got to 165 I hit it with Sweet Baby Rays and OMG it was awesome!!




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Unread 07-02-2013, 08:48 PM   #2
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Man, it sure looks awesome.
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Looks good! Any leftovers?
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Looks good! Any leftovers?
It was just my wife and I and we killed a good chunk of it! Lunch is going to be so much tastier for the next couple of days
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It was just my wife and I and we killed a good chunk of it! Lunch is going to be so much tastier for the next couple of days
i will take the the oother chunk
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Yep, that is some good stuff right there
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WOW is right. That looks amazing
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Looks great from where I'm sittin! Smoked meatloaf is the best way to cook meatloaf IMO. Next time try it sliced up over mashed potatoes with an onion gravy made from some drippings. It's farkin awesome!
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Looks great from where I'm sittin! Smoked meatloaf is the best way to cook meatloaf IMO. Next time try it sliced up over mashed potatoes with an onion gravy made from some drippings. It's farkin awesome!
That sounds awesome, one question though. I cooked it right on the grate do you think if I put a pan right under it on a second grate that the drippings would burn?
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That sounds awesome, one question though. I cooked it right on the grate do you think if I put a pan right under it on a second grate that the drippings would burn?
One way to find out - try it! Maybe two pans nested together would work better.
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Looks awesome! I am definitely going to do one of those this weekend.
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I cook mine on a broiler pan on the Treager , makes a nice moist meatloaf , I won't do another one in the oven
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Was gonna do one the other day and didn't get to it, now I am inspired :)
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Next time roll it into a sausage shape and call it a fattie. I love fatties!!!
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