Here's the Meatloaf

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navyfe

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Jul 4, 2007
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Norman, OK
OK, after the jerky, this was next. Used the recipe that was on this site, and cooked for 4 hrs and 10 min @ 240 (160*). Took it off and put some shredded smoked cheese from yesterday. It was a big hit. Even my son who do not like meatloaf enjoyed it. I thought that it may have been a tad bit dry, but kept that to myself.
 
Lookin good Steve, havent done one of those yet myself, but that's got me droolin!
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Meatloaf is about as good as it gets. You can leave out some of the bread or cracker crumbs to increase moistness, or, if it is too moist, add more. You can also add some BBQ sauce and Worcestershire sauce, they add flavor and increase moistness.
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Thanks. Will give it a try next time. And believe me..there WILL be a next time
 
Try some pizza sauce added to your mix to add some zesty moisture. I'll have to do my meatloaf roll and provide some pics. I've never done one on a smoker, but that is going to change. :)
 
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