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Well when looking at the weather map of the Midwest it is either Winter or Wet so I got to thinking that this might be a good time to burn off some energy indoors by mixing up this Tex Mex Meatloaf from the Naughty Nurses BBQ out of Winfield, KS. If you can get to the store to get the ingredients – this one is sure to warm you up! Click the recipe title to see at www.kristinashouse.com where you can find a "Print or PDF" button to easily print or save your favorite recipes.
Naughty Nurses BBQ Tex Mex Meatloaf
In talking with Greg (from Naughty Nurses BBQ) he said, "Don’t worry about leftovers, as this makes excellent sandwiches!" I also asked him about "Frogmats" to which he shared…. "They obviously work well for things like meatloaf, also known as fatties in the BBQ world. We often use them for appetizers as we can move a couple dozen at once instead of one at a time. It also keeps them from falling through the grates." Taking that a step further I talked with Greg’s supplier, All Things BBQ out of Wichita, KS. For online ordering of Frogmats click here to find the link they provided. They are happy to help people with questions about "all things BBQ." You can reach them by phone at (316) 440-3950. I also talked with Cookshack about their Chili Mix. Now they are based just a step outside my typical geography of the Midwest since they are in Ponca City, OK but you can find their products selling in specialty stores throughout the Midwest and can also order the Cookshack Chili Mix online by clicking here.
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