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My 1st Smoked MEATLOAF. QVIEW & Recipe


Master of the Pit
Joined Nov 19, 2009
Got a good video emailed to me the other day on a smoked meatloaf. Looked so good I had to try it (thanks to Bill over at bbqcoach.com for posting it!).

Followed the ingredients almost exactly. I even found the creole mustard! Only thing I changed was rather than using 3 lbs of GB, I went with 2 lbs of GB, and 1 lbs of ground pork. Also, made a mixture of ketchup and bbq sauce (from Lil Abners in Tucson) rather than straight ketchup to coat the loaf with. Here's the pics:

Smoker: UDS
Fuel: The Good One Lump Charcoal
Smoke: Cherry Wood Chunks
Temp: 240-270

Ingredients (L to R): My rub, CBP, A-1, Minced Garlic, Horseradish, Creole Mustard, Worcestershire Sauce, Tabasco, Dales, Bread Crumbs

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2 lbs Ground Beef (80/20). 1 lbs Ground Pork. 1 Cup shredded cheese, 1 egg. Bill's recipe calls for 3 lbs ground beef but had to change something right

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All ready to be mixed in. Threw in a few cubes of cheese as well

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All mixed in and formed

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Covered in 50/50 Ketchup and Lil Abner's BBQ Sauce. On elevated roasting rack, inside roasting pan

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This thing was huge

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Here it is after about 2 hours on drum

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For a side, we cubed up some Yukon Gold potatoes, mixed with some Pecan Oil and Onion Soup Mix. Then a good shake of Mad Hunky over the top of it all. Baked @ 425 for 30 mins.

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Out of the smoker @ 160 degrees, went up to 165

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Cooled and ready to be sliced

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My cut

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My Plate. I know it needs some color, but it was late

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Our Leftovers

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This was sooo good. I'm glad I followed the recipe and added those few ingredients I didnt have. It was by far the best meatload I've ever had!


Smoke Blower
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Joined Mar 1, 2011
Looks great.. I gotta try a smoked meatloaf.. good to change it up every once in a while. :sausage:


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Joined Jun 22, 2009
Well it sure looks delicious. Great job!


Master of the Pit
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Sounds and looks geat! Glad it turned out well for you!


Epic Pitmaster
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Joined Mar 12, 2009

I had to go an check my e-mail and I didn't get the video but I also have a meatloaf in the smoker now. I hope that mine looks as good as yours does. The wife said she wanted one and my wife gets just about anything she asked for well maybe that tall dark Italian guy that she's been crying out for at night. 


Master of the Pit
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Joined Jun 5, 2009
I didn't get a video either?? Guess I'll have to follow you TD. What IT did you end up at?


Master of the Pit
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Joined Nov 21, 2006
Looks great! I love smoked meatloaf. I use Sage JD sausage for mine. 1-lb sausage, 1 egg, bread crumbs, a red bell pepper, worcestershire sauce, minced onion, garlic powder, CBP. Mix it all up and put worcestershire sauce on top. Sometimes put some cheese in it too. The worcestshire sauce gives it a nice crunchy texture. No ketchup or tomato sauce/paste on my meatloaf. If I cook it in the oven, I make some brown gravy to put on it and the mashed potatoes. Gotta have mashed taters with meatloaf.


Epic Pitmaster
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Joined Jul 26, 2009
Looking good. I love smoked meatloaf big time. We do a ground meat / sausage combo with a bunch of spices etc and wrap in bacon.  Smoke with pecan - mmmm good


Master of the Pit
Joined Nov 19, 2009
Cool! it made the banner slide (not my pic though haha)

Thanks guys. Havin the leftovers tonight


Master of the Pit
OTBS Member
Joined May 20, 2010
Awesome loaf you smoked, I love cherry wood with beef, nice choice,

Thanks for sharing 


Meat Mopper
Joined Dec 1, 2010
Very nice, I've never even thought about doing a smoked meatloaf! I live in Tucson as well and lil abners has a great sauce!


Meat Mopper
Joined Jan 20, 2011
Looks great! I believe my next smoke is going to be a meat loaf. Would you mind sharing the amount of spices you used (My rub, CBP, A-1, Minced Garlic, Horseradish, Creole Mustard, Worcestershire Sauce, Tabasco, Dales, Bread Crumbs)? Our if you are able (I don't know if you are allowed) email me the video? Thanks and great Q-View!


Master of the Pit
Joined Nov 19, 2009
Here's the link guys. Let me know if you have any questions. I recommend making this one asap

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