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Old Dave
02-02-2017, 06:17 AM
This cook was done on my little Cobb Premier Grill.

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Sure made a fine lunch.

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The ingredients were as follows:

About 1-1/2 lbs of hamburger
About 1 pound of my homemade hot and spicy Italian sausage
Diced onions
Diced bell peppers
Diced smoked red peppers
Egg
Salt & Pepper along with some SGH rub
Chili Sauce
French’s Crispy Dried Jalapeno Peppers for the filler

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Made a pretty picture.... just before I mixed it all up for the pan.

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Used the handle end of a wooden spoon to put several indentations in the top of the loaf to help hold more of the chili sauce.

I applied peanut oil to my potatoes and then sprinkled on some sea salt and butcher cut black pepper and I was ready to put it all on the grill.

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Has some misting rain and a temp of about 35 degrees for the start of my cook.

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The cook about done on the Cobb Grill.

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Sliced the loaf into about 1/2” thick slices for sandwiches.

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Put a nice thick slice of my meat loaf on a sesame seed bun, added lettuce, tomato, and some horsey sauce. Wife did the potatoes with some cheese and sour cream with some chopped green onions.

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Was one great sandwich...will do this cook again.

Stingerhook
02-02-2017, 07:46 AM
I will take two please.

sleebus.jones
02-02-2017, 07:57 AM
I'd suggest cooking without a pan. It looks weird and you'll swear it won't work, but you'll get great results and a non-greasy meatloaf.

But it'd still eat your sandwich. :mrgreen:

LYU370
02-02-2017, 08:29 AM
Yep, I just use a pan to mold it into shape, then pop it out onto a frog mat. Less grease, more crust & smoke.

KevinJ
02-02-2017, 08:36 AM
MMMM Meatloaf. :hungry:

Old Dave
02-02-2017, 09:16 AM
Mr sleebus.jones & Mr LYU370,

Thanks for your comments and FWIW, my meatloaf is in a meatloaf pan specifically designed for cooking this meat. The pans have an insert in them that is raised up from the bottom of the pan so the meat doesn't sit in a bunch of grease. The grease is ducted away from the meat and it also makes for an easy cleanup after a cook. I love these pans and have several.

Big George's BBQ
02-02-2017, 02:03 PM
Love Meatloaf Wish my family did

Hoss
02-02-2017, 07:04 PM
That look DELISHIOUS!!!!! I LOVE meatloaf sandwiches.

iBBQ
02-02-2017, 10:58 PM
Nice loaf!