Woke up this morning and knowing it was gonna be a nice day here in Illinois, I decided I really wanted to smoke something different than ribs chicken or another pork butt .. I happened to stumble upon Jeff's recipe for Planked Jalapeno Buttermilk Meatloaf. after a quick browse of the ingredient list I noticed I had everything to make this for dinner today but the buttermilk. so I figured this would be a very inexpensive meal. I did modify Jeff's recipe a bit since I don't use his rub or sauce. Holy Lord was this the most amazing meatloaf I have ever done ... I've done meatloaf's on the grill and they are really amazing but this version takes it to a whole new level of smoked meat nirvana. I'll post the recipe I used at the end with the minor changes I made, the original can be found doing a quick search. To make Jeff's jalapeno buttermilk meatloaf recipe, you'll need: My Version 1- lbs ground beef (I use 85/15 or 90/10) Original Beef to Sausage ratio was slightly different 1 lb sausage, ground 2 eggs, beaten 1 cup buttermilk 3 TBS Penzy's Dried Minced Onions ( Original called for minced onions ) Penzy's will rehydrate that's why I like them. 2 TBS pickled jalapenos, chopped ( this is half of the original amount and I think just perfect ) 3/4 cup Panko bread crumbs ( Original called for just plain Bread Crumbs ) 3 TBS of My own Pork Rub 3 TBS of My own Sauce 1 plank of wood, cedar, I smoked this for about 2 hours and 45 Min's at about 230 to an IT of 165 using Hickory Lemme tell ya it was phenomenal !