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Old 07-15-2020, 03:58 PM   #1
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Default If it's Wednesday this must be Meat Loaf

Have made many, this is my first smoked one.

2 lbs, beef and pork, way more bread crumbs than specified - the meat was really moist - eggs, Lipton Onion Mushroom soup mix, sweet Bay Ray's mustard based BBQ sauce, a couple eggs.

Never had the liquidity problem with meat loaf ever, and I have made this recipe about a zillion times. So I put regular bread crumbs, then panko, then once I ran out of panko I crushed up some crackers. Pro tip for the future: Don't pour the water in until you see how it is shaping up. So I put parchment paper under it on the rack and will trim the edges off before it goes in the PK.

Coated the top with a little Boars' Night Out White Lightning just for fun.

Chimney is working, plan to cook about 300. Any wood suggestions? I have hickory, pecan, cherry and mesquite.

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Old 07-15-2020, 04:14 PM   #2
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Did my last one with pecan and it came out excellent. This looks delicious.
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Pecan it is.

Actually I already picked it, but it was the first bag I touched so....

Glad I made a good choice without knowing it. as they say 'even a blind squirrel...'
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Old 07-15-2020, 05:46 PM   #5
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Waiting - it's at 136 now, the PK humming along about 320. Anticipate eating about 7:30 EDT.

This is my first bag of B&B oak lump and I have to say it is almost all sizable pieces. Maybe a couple handfuls of really small stuff. Pretty pleased. Hope the rest of it is as good.
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Nice. Pecan and cherry are my favorite woods...both smell like heaven.

I tend to use pecan more for poultry and cherry for beef, pork, and lamb.
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Looks and sounds great. Love meatloaf
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Charcoal crapped out at 151. In the oven for maybe 10 minutes to get it up to 155.

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Nailed it!!! Nice looking loaf!

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Turned out good, but not enough smoke for me. That might be different on the leftovers tomorrow.



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Looks great! I just started using B&B lump and love it.

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