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Unread 06-23-2007, 04:35 PM   #1
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I am trying the meatloaf recipe in the Roadmap thread posted by qman

http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...47&postcount=4

I cut this back with 1# beef, 1#pork, 1cup crumbs, 1/2cup applesauce, and used Spicewine Blue Collar sauce and Ketchupino instead of just ketchup

Its on the kettle now, offset at 290* with hickory chunks for flavor.

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I've got two boneless butts (RD did not have any bone-in available...fark me)... about 17lbs total plus a 14lb angus brisket going into the WSM around 10 PM... Bringing them to my boss' house tomorrow for a party he's having with a some co-workers..

I injected the butts/briskets late this afternoon and will begin rubbing them in about 20 minutes.. Not sure what rubs I'm gonna use yet. Will probably use whatever is open that I need to use while they're still fresh so they don't go bad...

I'm probably gonna put on two fatties in the AM as well... May try using some diced up Italian frying peppers with some cheese stuffed in.
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Just finished rubbing them down... chimney is lit... just waiting for WSM to get up to temp and these should be going on in 10 minutes or so...
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Just finished chopping up a 10 lb brisqet for sammmmiches
tomorrow.
Feeding a few of my wife's friends coming over for a visit.

I sure do love my WSM.....'s
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it was meat loaf.

recipe needs work

good, but needs something
I make a pretty good meatload in the oven... try this, sautee onion, carrots, and celery, than add to meat mixture...add 1 bunch parsley...

Do you use a pan to catch the juices? I never smoked one and want to...
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I smoked a 24 lb. Chuck Roll and a couple fatties Sat. on the BDS. It made for a long day, but was alot of fun. Total time on the CR was 14 hrs. and 35 min. I took it to 180° then foiled to 200° and rested for 1 ˝ hrs. then pulled. Here are the results:



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yesterday - smoked 1 brisket, 2 butts - friends daughter bday party
1 Brisket, 1 tray of non-seafood jambalaya, 1 tray of seafood only jambalaya - Evening party at local company
2 leg of lamb, 3 brisket, 4 butts, 50 ear of corn, 2 trays of cornbread, 2 watermelon - this morning at 10AM for same company bruncheon

I'm tired as Chit and if it wasn't for the fact that it was my name I would say fark it I'm sleeping but what's 3 days with no sleep for good food for the masses right?
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Do you use a pan to catch the juices? I never smoked one and want to...
I did it offset in the kettle

I need to get some sort of drip pan thingy, cuz it was mush in its own juices
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I am trying the meatloaf recipe in the Roadmap thread posted by qman
Great minds must think alike. I did a meatloaf last night, along with a mess of ABT's. Mine was a Sriracha meatloaf though and I have to say it was dayum good. There's still enough left so that I might be able to get a pic of the bright red smoke ring the cherry wood left on it. I'll try to post that later, right now I'm off to Maryland for a car show. Adios.
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I need to get some sort of drip pan thingy, cuz it was mush in its own juices
You need a meat loaf basket. It allows the fat to drip and the smoke to penetrate from all sides. Hawgeyes has them (about 2/3 way down the page on the right).
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Did a brisket on the pitmaster deluxe for dinner last night and sandwiches for today.



Did 2 boneless turkey breasts and an eye of round roast beef on the BSKD to slice up for work lunches next week.

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I did it offset in the kettle

I need to get some sort of drip pan thingy, cuz it was mush in its own juices
I took one of those 99 cent grill topper thingys and bent it into the shape of a loaf pan. Got a 3 pound meatloaf going in the kettle now.
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I did it offset in the kettle

I need to get some sort of drip pan thingy, cuz it was mush in its own juices
I use disposable loaf pans from the grocery store and poke some holes in the bottom to drain off the fat. You don't get the smoke penetration that you would with a basket like the one from Hawgeyes, but they are cheap and the clean up is easy.
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Finished my cooking for this weekend. Completely exhausted but a lot of happy people.

What I'm happiest about is my spicewine didn't miss a beat. Had an extra brisket and pork shoulder left on at 9:00 this morning - came back at 2 - temp had dropped from 230 to 150 on the spice and the meat was still tender and moist, fell apart in my fingers.

My wife is so bbq'd out she asked if we could give it to our neighbors who have to endure me cooking at all hours of the night and day.

Our neighbors didn't mind at all.
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