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Thought I would try a slight departure from the everyday meat selections usually posted here. Props to the wife for the idea.

Smoked meatloaf

1st I started with a maple bourbon BBQ sauce that I found on this site and fell in love with. I prefer...

Who knew that the little airplane bottles are 1/4 cup. Well I do now!
Sauce is simmering to draw out chipotle heat...

While I wait the WSM is prepped and ready to go... I think its called Soo's Donut method

12 lit coals to fire that baby up in an upside down chimney. 2 chunks of cherry and 1 chunk of apple for flavor should do it.

On to the meatloaf..

2 lbs ground round
1 lb preffered sausage

My personal favorite is Tennessee Pride (hot)
1/2 bag of roasted pepper/onion

I get these from Schwans...
Worcestershire sauce to taste
Generous shake down of Jeff's Texas Style rub
2 eggs
1 cup crushed Ritz crackers

Mix well... I've been told/read that over mixing will make it tough. No idea if its true or not but I'm not finding out.

Smoker up to temp?

I was shooting for 250° so that works for me!
Throw it on and wait 2 hours before cracking it open.

1 1/2 later time to slather that beauty in my favorite sauce.

IT to 165° and it's time to eat.
Plated with sugar snap peas in a garlic butter and roasted potatoes with butter and black pepper.

I wish I could qview my taste buds and how mouth watering good it was. The flavors all came together so well in the WSM I couldn't be more pleased.
Washed it down with my preferred drink of choice..

If you have not made one yet, I highly recommend it.

Thanks for reading! Literally everything I know about smoking is from this site and I can't thank you all enough. The tips/info/opinions all have made my taste buds ridiculously happy.
post #2 of 4

A meal I'm sure I'd enjoy!


Nice job!

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Wow! That is a meal to be proud of! Thank you for sharing!
post #4 of 4

Very nice!!


Looks delicious!



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