Originally Posted by gator
I decided to do a meatloaf on the Big Green Egg.
I used Alton Brown's recipe, which I kinda like.
I cooked it for 1.5 hrs at 350 degrees on the Big Green Egg.
It turned out excellent. It was very moist and had a good background hickory flavor. Even a litle smoke ring. Probably the best meatloaf I ever had.
Meatloaf for supper tonight and grilled meatloaf sandwiches later in the week.
That looks good.
Originally Posted by Bubba Dawg
I saw a cooking show where they used crushed soda crackers (saltines to all the yankees out there) mixed with milk as a binder. Supposed to be really good for moist meatloaf. I plan to try it.
I've done that before and it works great.
Ground turkey meatloaf is not bad either..had to make that often for my dad and his low fat diet.
The "cowboy" from Texas? Or the "cowboy" from California? Edit: DP posted while I was composing this post.
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Funny she mentions the ten commandments.
#9 Thou shalt not bear...
Correct. A free market determines for itself what there's "room" for.
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a week. No air...
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