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maxwell7 09-26-2011 04:43 PM

pardon my ignorance.
We have a Walmart , IGA , and a sav a lot in Beardstown--the last two firmly state they don't get , have , or cut tri-tip. Walmart meat mngr. says if they get a tri-tip in , it's unusual. However , they have at this point some nice looking Sirloin Tip roasts. Are these similar? ( thus my ignorance). Is it worth getting ? How would you cook it?:icon_blush:

aquablue22 09-26-2011 04:55 PM

My Publix butcher has told me they are similar, but every time he has a Tri-Tip he calls.

I reverse sear Tri-Tip or Big Sirloins, meaning marinate them and gently smoke them until about 125 + or - internal and finish on a very hot fire, to seal the deal! we like our Medium rare.

Untraceable 09-26-2011 05:02 PM

my brother recently bought sirloin tip roast thinking it might just be another name for tri tip but it turned out its cut from the round. go figure. so bad he had to throw it in a crock with broth overnight for shreded beef for burritos

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