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Unread 06-26-2013, 07:47 PM   #1
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Default Meatloaf inspired by the Brethren

Inspired by Sammy and Stargate, I decided I would make an attempt at smoking some meatloaf. Coincidentally, it seemed like a good time to clean out the fridge a bit. I had some onions, carrots, and sweet potatoes that I needed to use up. To this I added a pound or so of beef, some salsa, a big handful of oats, an egg, and salt and pepper. The Weber wanted to go at 290 today so I just let it do its thing for about 90 minutes. Put some BBQ sauce on and let it go for about 10 more and pulled at an IT of 155.







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Looks great from here too!!
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Very nice way to loaf your meat!
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You inspire me to make a "fridge leftover" meat loaf. Thanks!
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Very interesting. Never would have thought to add in sweet potatoes and carrots in a loaf. Looks like it turned out good though!
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My mom used to call that Mustgo.....




Everything in the fridge Must Go!
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My mom used to call that Mustgo.....
Everything in the fridge Must Go!
Haha yeah I wish I had thought of it earlier. Side note, it is an amazing way to sneak veggies in under the kids radar.
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Nice!!!!
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Nice log!
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Love it!
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Looks great - good job.
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Such a simple thing that I have never smoked myself . Nice pics.
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