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Everyone else is doing it

jrog74jrog74 Posts: 42
edited October 2012 in EggHead Forum
Everyone else is showing their meatloaf off, so I will show my meatloaf I did last night. It is 3 pounds ground chuck 1 pound ground deer and a 1/2 package of ground bacon. Then I put more bacon on top. Put just about everything I had in my spice rack in it. This was my first meatloaf on the egg. I was very pleased. I went indirect 400 and had water in the drip pan. It wasn't the prettiest thing at the dance but is sure was tasty.

Comments

  • GLWGLW Posts: 178
    I love deer meat in meatloaf.  Thanks for sharing!
    When in doubt add more pepper.
  • troutgeektroutgeek Posts: 456
    Ooh.  Gotta try this one!
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  • All about putting your own spin on it - nicely done!
  • gdenbygdenby Posts: 5,235
    Glad it worked (never have done any venison, must try some). Do do some more till you get it right where you want it.

    My dear departed mother was a very good cook. But... There were 2 things she never did well. BBQ ribs, always tough. And meatloaf, always dry.(I do recall that sometimes meatloaf actually was made from meats already cooked.)

    I was dubious about the magic of the Egg some years ago. One of the big convincers was meatloaf. Smoky. Juicy. Kind of a giant quick sausage. Yay.
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