Take your favorite meatloaf recipe and place on the Egg. I like to use a 1:1 ratio of beef and pork approximately a pound each add an egg, breadcrumbs, and seasoning. Make sure the loaf is not too soft. I usually make a big batch, shape and freeze several loaves, so all I have to do is thaw and smoke.
I use a combination of Wicked Good Lump and Mesquite Chunks to give the loaf a nice smoky flavor. Once the Egg is at 350 degrees, I place the loaf directly on the grill. After 24 minutes, I flip the loaf and grill for another 16 minutes or until internal temperature reaches 160 degrees. Let the loaf stand for 10 minutes; meanwhile burn off the grease from the coals. Then cut the loaf into 1- inch slices and crisp-up the newly exposed sides by placing on the Egg for 3 minutes a side total of 6 minutes). Serve and Enjoy.
Once you have meatloaf this way, you never can go back……