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Meatloaf & Baked Potatoes on the Cobb Supreme

 
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Old Dave
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 27 18 3:21 pm    Post subject: Meatloaf & Baked Potatoes on the Cobb Supreme Reply with quote

Not much going on over here so I have a small cook to put up that I did yesterday. Hey, it's better than nothing!!

This cook and smoke was done on the Cobb Supreme Grill which is their largest Stainless Steel grill.



I served the meatloaf and potatoes with some broccoli with cheese sauce and a piece of garlic bun. I even got a pretty nice smoke ring on the meatloaf.



The ingredients for this meatloaf were about 2 pounds of fatty hamburger and a pound of zesty hot pork sausage. To that I added some chopped onions, chopped bell peppers, some crackers, a little catsup and a couple of eggs.



Ready to be mixed up and formed into a loaf.



I formed my meatloaf on a pizza screen as I didn't want to use a pan of any kind as I wanted as much smoke to get to the meat as possible. The potatoes were rubbed with peanut oil and I sprinkled on a good rub for some additional flavor.



I started with about 18 all hardwood briquets and then added some hickory pieces for my smoke wood. I do like smoke flavor on my meatloaf.



I planned to operate the cooker at about 225-250F degrees so I blocked off 4 of the exhaust holes to make it easy to control the cooker where I wanted it. It operated like a dream although I did have to add 7 more briquets to get the cook done.



My cook going on the cooker..notice all the smoke.



Was a cool morning with the ambient temperature at about 28F degrees. Just a great morning to do a cook.



Ready to come off of my Cobb Supreme. I took the meatloaf to 165F internal and pulled it off of the cooker. The cook took about 1 hour and 45 minutes and I ran a temperature of about 215F to about 265F during the cook.



The first few slices off of my 3 pound meatloaf.



I think that is a nice looking slice of meatloaf.



Sure made a nice lunch.
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Canadian Bacon
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 27 18 11:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hey OD....I still lurk to see if anyone is around...nice looking meatloaf.
Yes you did get a nice smoke ring on that loaf....smoked meatloaf has to be my favorite ways of cooking them.
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 28 18 9:47 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

another nice cook dave.
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Mike Lawry
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 02 18 6:29 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hey old Dave, looks good, send me a plate .
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