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post #1 of 14
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This is my first attempt at cooking a meatloaf in my Masterbuilt XL Propane smoker. It came out fantastic. I tried this same recipe in my MES40 & I didn't like it. I haven't cooked in my MES40 since I got the new smoker. I guess craigslist gets my old smoker. Bad part is that the MES40 is only a month or two old. But that's a different story.. lol


I used the recipe from yardbird in the post Thanks yardbird for this recipe. It is very tasty..


I cooked the meatloaf between 225 & 240. It was a windy day yesterday & the temp did fluctuate. I cooked it until the IT reached 180. My wife & I like our meat done more than most. We like for the hamburger meat to be firm. The higher temp didn't hurt the meatloaf one bit. The bark was excellent & the inside was nice & moist. It took about 5 hours total smoke time as this was a 3 lb meatloaf. I had smoke going the whole time. I used Oak Chunks for the smoke.


Here are the pics..




I smoked in this pan. I used my pocket knife to cut holes in the pan for the grease to drain from.






Now for the bears view.. lol




Sorry that I don't have any plate views, but by this time I was hungry & that was that..



post #2 of 14

The pictures look great.

I must thank you because now I know what to make for my Mother coming up from Florida this weekend.


post #3 of 14

Great lookin meatloaf Phil.....haven't done one yet but it's on my list!!!


post #4 of 14

It looks great .your one  will not make the pleat at my hose it will be finished before that thumb1.gif

post #5 of 14

That looks great drool.gif , I've been into Butts and Briskets lately and need a change (although not much can replace them , if anything)...


Have fun and...

post #6 of 14

Love smoked meatloaf,  delicious and easy.  Hard to beat on sandwiches the next day.  Thanks for the Q view.

post #7 of 14

That's a thing of beauty. Fried leftover sammies with bbq sauce are pretty good.

post #8 of 14
Meatloaf looks great
post #9 of 14

OMG that looks GREAT drool.gif

post #10 of 14

Great looking meatloaf. Congrats 

post #11 of 14
Thread Starter 

Thanks for all of the kind words. It tasted good also. I love a good meatloaf..

post #12 of 14

Great job Phil, nothing like a good smoked loaf icon14.gif

post #13 of 14

Looks great!

post #14 of 14

I haven't tried a meatloaf. It's gotta be good though! Looks great!

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