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Old 07-21-2011, 05:17 PM   #1
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My Take on the popular and locally famous GriffLoaf

I realize I haven't been around here near long enough to go messing with peoples recipies so at the rist of offending someone I played with some griffloaf. I added some red peppers and bbq rub, used turkey sausage and omited the Parm. I also added bbq sauce to the catsup, mustard and brown sugar sauce. a hit with most of the family and I loved it.

I built a pretty hot fire with hickory chucks and lump charoal so I could run about 300 degrees


On the smoker with some baked beans


Sauced and almost done


sliced and ready for dinner


time to eat
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Old 07-21-2011, 08:24 PM   #2
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Re: My Take on the popular and locally famous GriffLoaf

I think what you made is a dfiloaf and it looks great!
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Old 07-21-2011, 09:47 PM   #3
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Re: My Take on the popular and locally famous GriffLoaf

Great lookin' loaf.
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Looks great! Great pix, too!
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Old 07-22-2011, 03:41 PM   #5
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I'd love a piece of that right now
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Outstanding looking loaf and pics!!!
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Great looking loaf
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Kick ass bbq loaf
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Re: My Take on the popular and locally famous GriffLoaf

Well not sure that pass for an official version of Griff Loaf (now did that one have any Walrus Blubber?) Just checking. I mean a person can only screw with a recipe so much till then they need to proclaim it has a new name so to speak. Meatloaf formulas is like coolas..i.e. everybody has one Ann Lander's supposedly has the best last time I checked.
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Old 07-23-2011, 06:12 AM   #10
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Well not sure that pass for an official version of Griff Loaf (now did that one have any Walrus Blubber?) Just checking. I mean a person can only screw with a recipe so much till then they need to proclaim it has a new name so to speak. Meatloaf formulas is like coolas..i.e. everybody has one Ann Lander's supposedly has the best last time I checked.
walurs blubber? i didn't see that in the recipie....to bad cause i have 10 pounds in the frezer and have no idea what to do with it....hmmm....next time
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Well yes I would dunk it down in there. Or you could emulsify it in the blender and use it for a dry skin remedy. That is most likely whut keeps my girl friend Sarah Palin looking so young and purty even though she is out on the tundra gutting caribou quite a bit.
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Great looking loaf either way!
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Old 07-26-2011, 06:25 PM   #13
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Well not sure that pass for an official version of Griff Loaf (now did that one have any Walrus Blubber?) Just checking. I mean a person can only screw with a recipe so much till then they need to proclaim it has a new name so to speak. Meatloaf formulas is like coolas..i.e. everybody has one Ann Lander's supposedly has the best last time I checked.
Next time I see her, i'll have to look at her Coolo. Thanks for the head up BW
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Re: My Take on the popular and locally famous GriffLoaf

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Well not sure that pass for an official version of Griff Loaf (now did that one have any Walrus Blubber?) Just checking. I mean a person can only screw with a recipe so much till then they need to proclaim it has a new name so to speak. Meatloaf formulas is like coolas..i.e. everybody has one Ann Lander's supposedly has the best last time I checked.
I agree with BigWheel; I think once you change a few ingredients it becomes a whole new piece of edible art; and what you made was outstanding looking (Good Jog ).
So I think this is now the dfiLoaf
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Old 07-27-2011, 01:14 PM   #15
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Re: My Take on the popular and locally famous GriffLoaf

Well dfi dont really cling to the vocal cords or ear drums real well..how about Diffy Loaf? I drug up Ann Lander's old recipe. I can see just where to plug in the walrus blubber and parmesium cheese so to make it fittin.

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Well not sure that pass for an official version of Griff Loaf (now did that one have any Walrus Blubber?) Just checking. I mean a person can only screw with a recipe so much till then they need to proclaim it has a new name so to speak. Meatloaf formulas is like coolas..i.e. everybody has one Ann Lander's supposedly has the best last time I checked.
I agree with BigWheel; I think once you change a few ingredients it becomes a whole new piece of edible art; and what you made was outstanding looking (Good Jog ).
So I think this is now the dfiLoaf
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Re: My Take on the popular and locally famous GriffLoaf

Great pictures...... everything looked delicious
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