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  1. #1
    hahabogus Guest

    Default Meatloaf in the oven

    I was too lazy to smoker/slow bbq a meatloaf. Shame is my middle
    name...sigh.

    Just a beef and pork mix with some eggs, cracker crumbs, A1 steak sauce,
    fresh diced sweet banana peppers and diced vadillia onion.

    Should make for some tasty sandwiches during next week.


    --

    The house of the burning beet-Alan




  2. #2
    Jean B. Guest

    Default Re: Meatloaf in the oven

    hahabogus wrote:
    > I was too lazy to smoker/slow bbq a meatloaf. Shame is my middle
    > name...sigh.
    >
    > Just a beef and pork mix with some eggs, cracker crumbs, A1 steak sauce,
    > fresh diced sweet banana peppers and diced vadillia onion.
    >
    > Should make for some tasty sandwiches during next week.
    >
    >

    Lucky you! I love meatloaf and should make it more often, even
    though my daughter hates meat. I almost got another meatloaf
    cookbook a few days ago....

    --
    Jean B.

  3. #3
    Tom Royer Guest

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    "Jean B." <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > hahabogus wrote:
    >> I was too lazy to smoker/slow bbq a meatloaf. Shame is my middle
    >> name...sigh.
    >>
    >> Just a beef and pork mix with some eggs, cracker crumbs, A1 steak sauce,
    >> fresh diced sweet banana peppers and diced vadillia onion.
    >>
    >> Should make for some tasty sandwiches during next week.
    >>
    >>

    > Lucky you! I love meatloaf and should make it more often, even though my
    > daughter hates meat. I almost got another meatloaf cookbook a few days
    > ago....


    Have you seen the cook "52 Meatloaves"? One meatloaf for each week of the
    year, including one for Thanksgiving (ground turkey, with stuffing in the
    middle, and a cranberry sauce topping). I found it at a used book sale
    several years ago.


    >
    > --
    > Jean B.
    >




  4. #4
    Wayne Boatwright Guest

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    On Tue 19 Aug 2008 12:55:16p, Tom Royer told us...

    > "Jean B." <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]..
    >> hahabogus wrote:
    >>> I was too lazy to smoker/slow bbq a meatloaf. Shame is my middle
    >>> name...sigh.
    >>>
    >>> Just a beef and pork mix with some eggs, cracker crumbs, A1 steak

    sauce,
    >>> fresh diced sweet banana peppers and diced vadillia onion.
    >>>
    >>> Should make for some tasty sandwiches during next week.
    >>>
    >>>

    >> Lucky you! I love meatloaf and should make it more often, even though

    my
    >> daughter hates meat. I almost got another meatloaf cookbook a few days
    >> ago....

    >
    > Have you seen the cook "52 Meatloaves"? One meatloaf for each week of

    the
    > year, including one for Thanksgiving (ground turkey, with stuffing in the
    > middle, and a cranberry sauce topping). I found it at a used book sale
    > several years ago.


    That sounds truly disgusting, but then, I don't like turkey.

    --
    Wayne Boatwright

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  5. #5
    Jean B. Guest

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    Tom Royer wrote:

    > Have you seen the cook "52 Meatloaves"? One meatloaf for each week of the
    > year, including one for Thanksgiving (ground turkey, with stuffing in the
    > middle, and a cranberry sauce topping). I found it at a used book sale
    > several years ago.
    >

    Yes, I have that. It was the starting point for one of my
    favorite meatloaves--the one that contains pureed roasted veggies.
    A good way to sneak veggies into kids....
    --
    Jean B.

  6. #6
    Jean B. Guest

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    Wayne Boatwright wrote:
    > On Tue 19 Aug 2008 12:55:16p, Tom Royer told us...
    >
    >> "Jean B." <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >> news:[email protected]..
    >>> hahabogus wrote:
    >>>> I was too lazy to smoker/slow bbq a meatloaf. Shame is my middle
    >>>> name...sigh.
    >>>>
    >>>> Just a beef and pork mix with some eggs, cracker crumbs, A1 steak

    > sauce,
    >>>> fresh diced sweet banana peppers and diced vadillia onion.
    >>>>
    >>>> Should make for some tasty sandwiches during next week.
    >>>>
    >>>>
    >>> Lucky you! I love meatloaf and should make it more often, even though

    > my
    >>> daughter hates meat. I almost got another meatloaf cookbook a few days
    >>> ago....

    >> Have you seen the cook "52 Meatloaves"? One meatloaf for each week of

    > the
    >> year, including one for Thanksgiving (ground turkey, with stuffing in the
    >> middle, and a cranberry sauce topping). I found it at a used book sale
    >> several years ago.

    >
    > That sounds truly disgusting, but then, I don't like turkey.
    >

    Not the best of all worlds for you then, Wayne.

    --
    Jean B.

  7. #7
    ladysailor Guest

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    We were in town (Lautoka, Fiji) yesterday and in between errands we
    stopped for lunch. The cafe was serving hot lunches and sandwiches. I
    saw they had meat loaf in the display case and it looked realy good,
    memories of home I guess. Well, it was delicious even with the
    surprise ingredient... Baked beans!

    Barb
    s/v Arabella
    www.sailinglinks.com

  8. #8
    Wayne Boatwright Guest

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    On Tue 19 Aug 2008 03:59:51p, Jean B. told us...

    > Wayne Boatwright wrote:
    >> On Tue 19 Aug 2008 12:55:16p, Tom Royer told us...
    >>
    >>> "Jean B." <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >>> news:[email protected]..
    >>>> hahabogus wrote:
    >>>>> I was too lazy to smoker/slow bbq a meatloaf. Shame is my middle
    >>>>> name...sigh.
    >>>>>
    >>>>> Just a beef and pork mix with some eggs, cracker crumbs, A1 steak
    >>>>> sauce, fresh diced sweet banana peppers and diced vadillia onion.
    >>>>>
    >>>>> Should make for some tasty sandwiches during next week.
    >>>>>
    >>>>>
    >>>> Lucky you! I love meatloaf and should make it more often, even
    >>>> though my daughter hates meat. I almost got another meatloaf
    >>>> cookbook a few days ago.... Have you seen the cook "52 Meatloaves"?
    >>>> One meatloaf for each week of the
    >>> year, including one for Thanksgiving (ground turkey, with stuffing in
    >>> the middle, and a cranberry sauce topping). I found it at a used book
    >>> sale several years ago.

    >>
    >> That sounds truly disgusting, but then, I don't like turkey.
    >>

    > Not the best of all worlds for you then, Wayne.
    >

    No, that would be pretty dismal for me. It's funny, I like so many foods,
    but turkey is not among them.

    --
    Wayne Boatwright

    *******************************************
    Date: Monday, 08(VIII)/18(XVIII)/08(MMVIII)
    *******************************************
    Countdown till Labor Day
    1wks 6dys 5hrs 54mins
    *******************************************
    Hate is not the opposite of love;
    apathy is. - Rollo May
    *******************************************

  9. #9
    Jean B. Guest

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    ladysailor wrote:
    > We were in town (Lautoka, Fiji) yesterday and in between errands we
    > stopped for lunch. The cafe was serving hot lunches and sandwiches. I
    > saw they had meat loaf in the display case and it looked realy good,
    > memories of home I guess. Well, it was delicious even with the
    > surprise ingredient... Baked beans!
    >
    > Barb
    > s/v Arabella
    > www.sailinglinks.com


    That's different!

    --
    Jean B.

  10. #10
    ladysailor Guest

    Default Re: Meatloaf in the oven

    On Aug 20, 7:21*am, "Jean B." <jb...@rcn.com> wrote:
    > ladysailor wrote:
    > > We were in town (Lautoka, Fiji) yesterday and in between errands we
    > > stopped for lunch. The cafe was serving hot lunches and sandwiches. *I
    > > saw they had meat loaf in the display case and it looked realy good,
    > > memories of home I guess. *Well, it was delicious even with the
    > > surprise ingredient... *Baked beans!

    >
    > > Barb
    > > s/v Arabella
    > >www.sailinglinks.com

    >
    > That's different!
    >
    > --
    > Jean B.


    Yes, a lot of things here are very different. The mayo for instance
    is horrible. We've tried several different brands and they are all
    way too sweet.

    A few weeks ago we were anchored near a resort that had a small store
    catering to the tourists and cruisers. There we found 30 Oz. jars of
    Best Foods Mayonnaise! It was like finding gold and selling for
    $16.00 a jar they were price like it. We bought two.

    Barb
    s/v Arabella
    www.sailinglinks.com


  11. #11
    Jean B. Guest

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    ladysailor wrote:
    > On Aug 20, 7:21 am, "Jean B." <jb...@rcn.com> wrote:
    >> ladysailor wrote:
    >>> We were in town (Lautoka, Fiji) yesterday and in between errands we
    >>> stopped for lunch. The cafe was serving hot lunches and sandwiches. I
    >>> saw they had meat loaf in the display case and it looked realy good,
    >>> memories of home I guess. Well, it was delicious even with the
    >>> surprise ingredient... Baked beans!
    >>> Barb
    >>> s/v Arabella
    >>> www.sailinglinks.com

    >> That's different!
    >>
    >> --
    >> Jean B.

    >
    > Yes, a lot of things here are very different. The mayo for instance
    > is horrible. We've tried several different brands and they are all
    > way too sweet.
    >
    > A few weeks ago we were anchored near a resort that had a small store
    > catering to the tourists and cruisers. There we found 30 Oz. jars of
    > Best Foods Mayonnaise! It was like finding gold and selling for
    > $16.00 a jar they were price like it. We bought two.
    >
    > Barb
    > s/v Arabella
    > www.sailinglinks.com
    >


    OMG! I can kind-of understand that because when I lived in Japan,
    I paid a price for some Western staples. Still, that's rather
    steep!

    --
    Jean B.

  12. #12
    dsi1 Guest

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    hahabogus wrote:
    > I was too lazy to smoker/slow bbq a meatloaf. Shame is my middle
    > name...sigh.
    >
    > Just a beef and pork mix with some eggs, cracker crumbs, A1 steak sauce,
    > fresh diced sweet banana peppers and diced vadillia onion.
    >
    > Should make for some tasty sandwiches during next week.
    >
    >


    I've never heard of bbq meatloaf. My meatloaf is the same except I don't
    use the steak sauce or peppers. The next time I have a meatloaf to mix
    and A1 sauce, I'll try it. My family is a bunch of whining sissies so I
    can't add peppers but would if I could. I use dehydrated onions and
    dumped in a can of corn in my last one, I know - that's crazy! I'm
    eating it for lunch right now.

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    hahabogus Guest

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    dsi1 <[email protected]> wrote in
    news:9MadnWmmRcm8nzPVnZ2dnUVZ_hadnZ2d@hawaiiantel. net:

    > hahabogus wrote:
    >> I was too lazy to smoker/slow bbq a meatloaf. Shame is my middle
    >> name...sigh.
    >>
    >> Just a beef and pork mix with some eggs, cracker crumbs, A1 steak
    >> sauce, fresh diced sweet banana peppers and diced vadillia onion.
    >>
    >> Should make for some tasty sandwiches during next week.
    >>
    >>

    >
    > I've never heard of bbq meatloaf. My meatloaf is the same except I
    > don't use the steak sauce or peppers. The next time I have a meatloaf
    > to mix and A1 sauce, I'll try it. My family is a bunch of whining
    > sissies so I can't add peppers but would if I could. I use dehydrated
    > onions and dumped in a can of corn in my last one, I know - that's
    > crazy! I'm eating it for lunch right now.
    >


    I have a propane smoker...I usually cook my meatloaf in it these days. I
    use crab apple wood for smoke and cook/smoke it at around 250F for maybe 3
    hours and only use enough wood for roughly 2 hours of smoke as more than
    that I find makes the meatloaf too bitter for me.

    The sweet banana peppers aren't 'hot' in the slightist (well maybe a tad).
    I too use toasted dehydrated onions,granulated garlic powder and aleppo
    pepper as well. I just didn't mention them in my recipe. I used only 2
    eggs for this roughly 5 lb meatloaf...I shoulda used 3. I like what A1
    steak sauce does to meatloaf. I also used worechestershire sauce this time
    but I usually use maggi sauce instead. I should have used maggi this time
    too as I forgot to add salt and while the meatloaf was tasty it needed
    salt.

    --

    The house of the burning beet-Alan




  14. #14
    dsi1 Guest

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    hahabogus wrote:
    > I have a propane smoker...I usually cook my meatloaf in it these days. I
    > use crab apple wood for smoke and cook/smoke it at around 250F for maybe 3
    > hours and only use enough wood for roughly 2 hours of smoke as more than
    > that I find makes the meatloaf too bitter for me.
    >
    > The sweet banana peppers aren't 'hot' in the slightist (well maybe a tad).
    > I too use toasted dehydrated onions,granulated garlic powder and aleppo
    > pepper as well. I just didn't mention them in my recipe. I used only 2
    > eggs for this roughly 5 lb meatloaf...I shoulda used 3. I like what A1
    > steak sauce does to meatloaf. I also used worechestershire sauce this time
    > but I usually use maggi sauce instead. I should have used maggi this time
    > too as I forgot to add salt and while the meatloaf was tasty it needed
    > salt.
    >


    I also used granulated garlic and Worcestershire sauce but did not
    mention that cause I don't like spelling that word. I have a big shaker
    of Tone's Canadian steak seasoning that's currently my pepper seasoning
    of choice. You can sprinkle it on scrambled eggs and it tastes like a
    grilled steak - I have no idea why. :-)

    Can't say that I've ever seen a 5 lb meatloaf. Mine weighted in at a bit
    under 2 lbs and used 2 eggs.

    Toasted/fried dehydrated onions are great. I've coated hamburgers with
    that stuff. My next meatloaf might be small loaves rolled in dehydrated
    onions and baked at high temperature.

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