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Grilled Meatloaf Recipe

Are you looking to try an exciting meatloaf recipe? Now that summer is winding down, this is the perfect time to try Grilled Meatloaf.
We made this on a Thursday night and had left overs all through the weekend… this meatloaf is even good cold at like 2 am.

Here is what you need:
Worcestershire Sauce
Seasoning Salt
Garlic pepper Salt
2 eggs
dried vegetable flakes
fresh sweet basil
1 whole onion chopped
Italian seasoned breadcrumbs (1 cup)
3lbs ground beef
minced garlic
extra sharp cheddar cheese.

Combine all ingredients except cheese.
Place mixture into a tin foil pan and form a a loaf with 1/2 of the mixture.
Create a reservoir in the middle and place your shredded extra sharp cheddar cheese in the middle
Take remainder of the mixture and create a top to the loaf. Try and seal it closed to prevent the cheese from oozing out.

Place on grill using indirect heat and close the lid.

The video will show you the rest! Enjoy!!!


BBQ Back Ribs on the Weber

These were the best ribs I’ve ever cooked. I walked into the grocery store looking for spareribs but they didn’t have that nice of a selection. My only other option was pork back ribs. Pork back ribs are taken from the top of the rib cage between the spine and the spare ribs. These did not say “Baby Back Ribs” though. The designation “baby” means that the cuts are from market weight hogs, rather than sows. I have found that pork back ribs or baby back ribs have more flavor than spareribs but both types are delicious. So for this recipe I cut slits into the membrane on the backs of the ribs (remove the membrane if you want to be “proper”). One of the slabs was covered in yellow mustard and then coated with my homemade rib rub. The other slab was coated with rib rub only.

After you have your ribs prepped, go outside and fire up your grill for indirect heating. If you are using a weber grill like I do, wait until the charcoal has turned white or covered in ash. If you put the ribs on while the charcoal is still black they are going to taste like charcoal.

The ribs go on the opposite side of the heat source – – meat side up! Close the lid and come back in an hour to add more charcoal. You want to keep your grill at a 250 degree temp.

The video will show you step by step how to make this all happen. Enjoy!

London Broil on the Weber Grill

London Broil is easily one of my favorites. Dont get me wrong, I love New York Strip Steaks, Filet Mignon, and Prime Rib but London Broil seems to give you the most bang for your buck. We purchased this two and a half pound London Broil for 13 dollars… and it was a buy one get one free deal so we really made out.

Think about it – you can feed steak to a family of 5 for dinner and it costs you less than 20 dollars. That is pretty awesome!

If you follow these simple steps in the video below you will have a winner every single time.