I wanted to try something new so I decided to give meat loaf a shot. I also tried smoking some green beans. I used my favorite meat loaf recipe that I have been tweaking for awhile. I used lean hamburger and a couple of mild Italian links plus some pepper jack cheese to spice it up. Lots of onion and garlic. I can't cook without garlic. Put it all together in a roasting pan. I skooched it away from the edges of the pan to get the most smoking surface area possible. For the green beans I added onions, garlic, some low sodium spices, pepper, and tossed with olive oil. Put it all in another roasting pan. I put the beans on the lower rack and the meat loaf on top. To make sure I had good contact for the thermometer tip, I cut a slit in the edge of the roasting pan and then poked some holes in the edge of the pan so that the fat could drip down into the water. Cooked the meat loaf to 160 degrees and left the beans in for the same amount of time. The beans came out crispy but done. Added some sauce to the top of the meat loaf and cooked for about 20 more minutes. This turned out to be the best meat loaf I have ever eaten. I used Cabernet soaked Oak chips. The meat had a nice smokey flavor. The beans were pretty tasty. Added a little homemade mac 'n cheese that my daughter made and then pigged out. Had to go back for seconds on the meat loaf. Can't wait for lunch tomorrow!!! The only sodium in the meat loaf is from the Worcestershire sauce and the Italian sausage. No sodium added at all to the green beans.