BBQ'd Smoked Meatloaf

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    I got the idea and the recipe from this youtube video.

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    Made mine on a Weber Silver kettle-style grill, smoked with a handful of soaked hickory chips. I used chopped onion and raw red pepper instead of carrot and roasted red pepper and I basted half with catsup and half with K.C. BBQ sauce.

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    Meatloaf and two potatoes grilled indirect at 300 degrees.



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    At 1 hour 15 minutes...126 degrees, basted half catsup and half BBQ sauce.



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    At 1 hour 45 minutes reached 170 degrees internal temp.
    Off the grill, tented with foil and rested 12 minutes.




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    Steamed asparagus in microwave for 5 minutes, pulled the potatoes off the grill.

    Plated and ready to eat...Mmmm, delicious.
     
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    Interesting idea! I'm going to try this.

    I smoked some chickens a few weeks ago for the first time. (Man, I bet that took huge rolling papers!)

    anyway, Tasty. Thanks for posting.
     
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    My pleasure.

    You might also like smokin' a bacon fattie.

     
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    Looks good, and I'll try it as soon as it gets warmer here. But I'd put it on a BBQ pan I have with holes in it to keep it from breaking up and falling through the grill, as I do when cooking fish on the BBQ. Anytime I need two spatulas for anything, it's almost a given that I'll screw it up!
     
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    Not a bad idea...it almost got away from me coming off the grill.
     
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    How does the meatloaf taste the day after? I like it in a meatloaf sandwich the day after.
     
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    Sorry CB...it didn't last long enough to find out. [​IMG]
     

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