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A good meatloaf is hard to beat. Most anything in the BGE is hard to beat. So, put them together and the results could/should be great.
Advice/thoughts on a meatloaf in the BGE?
Shelby,[p]There are several ideas in the New Recipes section. Here's mine.[p]Cathy
I can vouch for your meatloaf...and can still taste it. It comes highly recommended from here.
Hope all is well! Was hoping to come up to NYC this week with my buddy from Colorado, but doesn't look like it. Dang.[p]Beers!
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Hiya Chris -[p]We crossed in the mail. ;-}[p]Thanks for the meatloaf compliment.[p]Cathy
Great to see you post, Sis
JJ,[p]Back atcha, Bro! Love to Kathy too.[p]Cathy
Shelby,[p]A great meatloaf:[p]use a large cast iron skillet (round) pack as much meat loaf in it as you can,,,"mound it"-- keep the egg in the 275-325 range, let er rip. add a few wood chips to add a mild smoky flavor.[p]it's awesome. the cast iron skillet makes for a great crust.[p]
Shelby, check out the link - Mexican Meatloaf - original recipe from Spicecooks - great stuff - I usually make about 3-4 loaves each time, cook one and freeze the others. Good luck!
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