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Unread 08-26-2013, 06:10 AM   #16
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Gravy no gravy, sauce or no sauce-we always smoke ours in muffin tins. This gives you the most crispy round end pieces that everyone fights for.
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Gravy no gravy, sauce or no sauce-we always smoke ours in muffin tins. This gives you the most crispy round end pieces that everyone fights for.
I didn't know anyone else in the world made meat muffins! Our family has been doing them that way for years, with a sweet brown sugar and ketchup base bbq sauce as the "frosting" which glazes up really nice!

I agree, every bite has the crispy edges!
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For life in general, Gravy >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>ketchup.
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I like to mix up a "glaze" of approx 1/2 ketchup, 1/4 yellow mustard and 1/4 bbq sauce and maybe a little brown sugar. I apply that for maybe the last 1/2 hour of the cook, and I think it really compliments the loaf. Of course I don't put in on real thick, just enough to get a little with each bite, comes out pretty tasty.

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I did one a few days ago with a Bacon weave and slathered some BBQ sauce on the last half hour of smoking time. It was excellent...
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My girlfriend was super not-convinced about "smoked meat loaf" but I needed an excuse to play with the smoker since I just finally got a WSM, been using a smokinator on my weber for ribs and such for years.

She's hooked now...haha. She said I'm not allowed to make it in the oven anymore!
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Check the VWB site. They have a meatloaf recipe using ground beef, pork and veal with bread crumbs that comes out great. Also has a very good sauce recipe along with it. I use Whataburger spicy ketchup instead of regular. Makes for a great dipping sauce.
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