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Benjy
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Tony, I cooked my Meatloaf in the oven! I used my wife's meatloaf recipe then stuffed and wrapped it. I put it on a broiler rack with a pan under it to catch the grease.

Make sure the bacon is straight when you buy it.

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Tony Sanders
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Ok, thanks Benjy. What temp did you cook it at, and for how long? Thank you much.

Tony

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Benjy
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I did it at 300 for around 1 1/2 hours. The time varies depending on how big your meat loaf is. I used 2 lbs of venison and I think I had a 16 oz pack of bacon to do the weave.

Line the bottom of the pan that is catching the grease with tin foil to make the clean up easier!

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swampdrummer
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Thank you for this recipe! Just finished eating probably the best backstrap I've ever tasted!

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limbolt
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Gotta try that,man does it ever look great. [thumbsup] [thumbsup]
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Woodswalker2
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I tried this recipe and it was great!! Best backstrap I have ever put in my mouth.

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Bisch
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Dang, that looks good!

Bisch

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Lordswarrior
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we are expecting 2-3 feet of snow tomorrow so i ran out to grill this one up while i can still find my grill! it was so good it should be illegal in most states! barely enough leftover for a snack during the blizzard. grilled it 15 min total , rolling it evenly on all sides at 450 degrees until the bacon looked nice and crisp. again WOW! [Big Grin]

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That looks way good!!
I'll give it a go on the Traeger!
Thank you for sharing [thumbsup]

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Bjorn
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Wow! Amazing-havta' try that soon!
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chall
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That looks awesome !

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Happy Birthday! looks delicious, I'll give it a try. Thanks.

Bob

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Biathlonman
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This wrapped in the caul fat from the deer would be good to.
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Tajue17
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I'd love to try this,, but have to wait till I get a whole back strap again.

once I saw blue cheese I know my wife will be all for it.

good job!

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LBshooter2
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How long do you grill it for? Direct or indirect heat? looks!good! will have to try it this season.

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