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Old 11-28-2006, 07:12 PM   #1
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Smoked stuffed "Mutt" Loaf

I called it "mutt loaf" because it has a little of everything in it.
Started with some ground chuck mixed with sirloin that I added Wolfe Rub Original to Tues.
Chopped up leftover pork chop from last night and some rib tips I had in the freezer. Also added asiago and sharp cheddar cheese.
And to top it off, Nick's famous (in my family's book ) brown sugar and ketchup mixture (awesome!)
Cooked it on the little kettle I "found" indirect with lump and hickory and a chunk of apple.
Pulled at 200* (oops ) rested for 20 min. Sliced with an electric knife(try it it works great )
Good tasting stuff!!


I "had" more pics of the preparation but it seems my piece of s*it camera doesn't seem to working properly
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Old 11-28-2006, 07:39 PM   #2
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Dang,,,,,That looks good Puff. I have yet to try the loafs.
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Old 11-28-2006, 09:11 PM   #3
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Puff, That looks super. I'm about ready for a loaf.

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Old 11-28-2006, 09:15 PM   #4
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I'd eat that! It looks great Puff!
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Old 11-29-2006, 12:02 AM   #5
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Thank God, I thought he was eating the dog.
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It's 5:20 in the morning, and I just want to smell the steam coming off that loaf!! Did you mix up a stuffing, and put it between two layers of the loaf? Looks great. Brian
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looked good Puff.
I need a loaf soon.
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I'd eat that for breakfast right now.
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Looks delicious Puff! That's one way to take care of leftovers.
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MMmmm! looks dandy.
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What no hard boiled eggs ??????

I got to try a loaf. That looks real good!!!

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Thanks everyone.
Yes Brian in Maine I seperated the meat mixture in half flattened it out on parchment paper. The stuffing was leftover pork chop, rib tips, asiago & sharp cheddar cheese. Put the halves together and sealed it. I didn't lose one drop of cheese
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'Tis the season Cliff. Same one I had when I joined

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Puff, you do one heck of a job from your van by the Detroit River. Pretty fancy plating too. Isn't it getting a little cold there now?
Thanks Jim
60 Wed., Rain & cold today, snowstorm on the way Fri.
I had to push the van farther up under the bridge
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