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    Quote Originally Posted by Jen View Post
    I tried a meatloaf recipe that had it stuffed with cheese and bacon on the top. I don't remember what kind of cheese. It was good enough but I still prefer my plain old V8 meatloaf. Just a personal preference - you might really like the stuffed-with-cheese version.

    I would love to try your V8 meat loaf in a heartbeat!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeannie View Post
    LOVE meatloaf! Especially for sandwiches. I make it simply - usually just ground beef, chopped onion and bell pepper, a tablespoon or so of tomato paste, salt and pepper. I form it in a loaf pan just to get the shape, and turn it out onto a grate on a sheet pan and cook it that way so that it doesn't cook in it's own grease. Now I'm hungry for meat loaf sandwiches.

    Years and years ago (eons really) when my grandmother was still up and about, she would call me and tell me if I came over and visited her, there would be a meat loaf waiting just for me!

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    Well, if a meatloaf is properly made, I have never met one I didn't like. One of my favorite comfort foods.
    The thing for me, is the METHOD. I've made the Beef/Jimmy Dean meatloaf, and the Beef, Lamb and veal meatloaf, etc. My favorite is the Keto BBQ Meatloaf.

    Sweat a whole Onion, and Red and Yellow Bell Peppers, diced, until translucent and tender. (Sometimes I add Mushrooms)Remove, to a bowl, and add meat, in whatever configuration you like. (I use 2 lbs 80/20 beef, and 1 lb Jimmy Dean Sausage.) Add 2 eggs, beaten, and a few tbsp. of your favorite BBQ Sauce. Keto Dieters will use Guys Sugar Free or G Hughes Sugar Free. Add seasonings, which to me is a Savory BBQ Rub with lots of Salt and Black Pepper and breadcrumbs. Mix well, but DO NOT OVERMIX. Keto dieters use Pulverized Pork Rinds, for your breadcrumbs. Form into loaf.

    Place on smoker rack, at 225 F and add Smoke(I use Hickory) until internal temp is about 145 F. Paint with more Sauce, and let sauce "set". Rest for 15 minutes covered with foil. Temp will raise to 150, which is ideal. Keto Dieters serve with Mashed Cauliflower with asiago cheese, and Keto Gravy. Green beans round out the meal.

    Enjoy.

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    Everyone's recipes sound good! I haven't had a chance to try any of them, dinner lately has been, whatever I can toss into the oven, straight from the freezer, or, dump out of a can.

    I'm just not in the mood lately for cooking.
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    This is the one we like best. My wife can't eat beef so this pork meatloaf is outstanding and she can eat it.

    Bacon-Wrapped Double Pork Meatloaf Recipe | Aida Mollenkamp | Food Network

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    Quote Originally Posted by fmw View Post
    This is the one we like best. My wife can't eat beef so this pork meatloaf is outstanding and she can eat it.

    Bacon-Wrapped Double Pork Meatloaf Recipe | Aida Mollenkamp | Food Network
    Anything bacon wrapped, has got to be good!
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    2 lbs ground chuck
    1/3 lbs ground veal
    1/4 lbs ground pork
    1 chopped yellow onion
    1 egg
    salt and pepper
    Mix it up with your hands.
    Form it into a loaf.
    wash your hands.
    Throw it in the oven.

    Invite a Muslim over to dinner.
    Reveal the recipe after dinner.

    Makes good meatloaf sandwiches too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abbey1 View Post
    Anything bacon wrapped, has got to be good!
    I promise from experience that it is excellent.

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    OK, here I go again.
    One of my colleagues at work was given a free never used Bullet Smoker. He wants me to show him how to use it, and season it. So, I'm not starting charcoal to just season a grill. We decided to smoke some Keto meatloaves, at work on Tuesday. I'll try to document the cook, and share the results. I think I'll make four 3 pounders.
    The rest of the Crew will provide sides and deserts. Oh, and I am adding Mushrooms, for a bit of umami.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tiny1 View Post
    Well, if a meatloaf is properly made, I have never met one I didn't like. One of my favorite comfort foods.
    The thing for me, is the METHOD. I've made the Beef/Jimmy Dean meatloaf, and the Beef, Lamb and veal meatloaf, etc. My favorite is the Keto BBQ Meatloaf.

    Sweat a whole Onion, and Red and Yellow Bell Peppers, diced, until translucent and tender. (Sometimes I add Mushrooms)Remove, to a bowl, and add meat, in whatever configuration you like. (I use 2 lbs 80/20 beef, and 1 lb Jimmy Dean Sausage.) Add 2 eggs, beaten, and a few tbsp. of your favorite BBQ Sauce. Keto Dieters will use Guys Sugar Free or G Hughes Sugar Free. Add seasonings, which to me is a Savory BBQ Rub with lots of Salt and Black Pepper and breadcrumbs. Mix well, but DO NOT OVERMIX. Keto dieters use Pulverized Pork Rinds, for your breadcrumbs. Form into loaf.

    Place on smoker rack, at 225 F and add Smoke(I use Hickory) until internal temp is about 145 F. Paint with more Sauce, and let sauce "set". Rest for 15 minutes covered with foil. Temp will raise to 150, which is ideal. Keto Dieters serve with Mashed Cauliflower with asiago cheese, and Keto Gravy. Green beans round out the meal.

    Enjoy.
    Long time no see Tiny. How ya been?

    Your meatloaf sounds great.

    Last fall, I tried 'Not Your Mom's Meatloaf' at the restaurant called Cheddars. It was actually very and extremely filling. I had to take about half of it home.

    I'm sure that your home made meatloaf is better.

    My Mom used to make an awesome meatloaf.
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