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Unread 11-03-2013, 07:55 PM   #1
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Default Smoked Meatloaf

Leftover ground beef from Wifies Chili, some 80-20% & 2 hamburger patties
of 90-10%, app. 1 & 1/2# total. Used Lysanders ML mix, 'cept sub'd oatmeal
for bread crumbs and added diced green peppers.


Pretty dang good for who it was for!
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Unread 11-03-2013, 07:57 PM   #2
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I did a smoke meatloaf tonight, too. I love smoked meatloaf.

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Yum, love a smoked meatloaf!!
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Meatloaf has always been one of my favorite meals. I will have to try to smoke one. Great idea. Thanks for sharing.
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Looks like meatloaf was pretty popular today. I did one today too.
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Looks like meatloaf was pretty popular today. I did one today too.
Must be the season for smoked meatloaf. Good "stick to the ribs" kind of food. Great "comfort food."

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Meatloaf is one of my favorites too. Yours looks great!
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Looks real good.
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I guess I need to do a Meatloaf, that's looking pretty good .
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Looks real good, need to make one here soon
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I love meatloaf, but have never smoked one. Someone want to post up the procedures?
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I love meatloaf, but have never smoked one. Someone want to post up the procedures?
Step 1, Make your favorite meatloaf recipe
Step 2, Smoke it till it's done, varies by size and temp cooked at, use a mild wood as ground beef can soak some smoke up.
Step 3, Eat the best meatloaf you have ever made

Pretty simple. I have always liked meatloaf, my mothers, my aunts but smoking them is amazing
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Step 1, Make your favorite meatloaf recipe
Step 2, Smoke it till it's done, varies by size and temp cooked at, use a mild wood as ground beef can soak some smoke up.
Step 3, Eat the best meatloaf you have ever made

Pretty simple. I have always liked meatloaf, my mothers, my aunts but smoking them is amazing
I guess I'm looking for a definition of "done". Is it "done" by temperature, and if so what is it? Ground beef is notorious for ecoli....
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Mine is done by temperature. Ground beef is 160 IT, some may say to pull at 155 or 150 due to them continuing to cook but I don't take a chance. I also smoke a little higher than my other cooks and use a pit temp of 350 or so.



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I guess I'm looking for a definition of "done". Is it "done" by temperature, and if so what is it? Ground beef is notorious for ecoli....
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