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Countryhb 11-01-2007 01:34 PM

Pork Tri Tip???
 
A buddy's wife bought him a "pork tri tip" from Trader Joe's...anyone ever heard of such a thing??

HB-BBQ 11-01-2007 01:51 PM

I am guessing it must be tree hugger lingo for a pork loin roast?

YankeeBBQ 11-01-2007 01:59 PM

http://www.donaldsfinefoods.com/images/prod/122_1.jpg

Does it look like this ?

Here's a video of how it's processed. It's part of the shoulder
http://www.bettcher.com/images/PorkPicnicCush.mpg

Quote:

Originally Posted by Countryhb (Post 490112)
A buddy's wife bought him a "pork tri tip" from Trader Joe's...anyone ever heard of such a thing??


Norcoredneck 11-01-2007 06:12 PM

Man that farkin tool is everywhere.

Countryhb 11-01-2007 06:13 PM

That's what I was thinking!! Thanks for the info, Yank!

C Rocke 11-01-2007 07:35 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Countryhb (Post 490112)
A buddy's wife bought him a "pork tri tip" from Trader Joe's...anyone ever heard of such a thing??


Snipe hunt.

wlh3 11-01-2007 07:55 PM

I have been grilling those for a few years now In the markets Ralphs Albertsons and Vons they were called Pork Tri Tips. In the Mexican Mkts they are called pork cushion meat. Don't know where they come from on the pig but they are tasty:icon_bigsmil:icon_bigsmil

ThomEmery 11-02-2007 01:33 AM

Hacked up Pork Shoulders

SmokeInDaEye 12-29-2007 01:49 PM

Just bought some pork cushion meat. I assume I cook it the same way I'd cook a shoulder?

chinesebob 12-29-2007 01:51 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Norcoredneck (Post 490201)
Man that farkin tool is everywhere.

What was the tool they were using?

Yakfishingfool 12-29-2007 01:56 PM

I believe it's called a ring knife...not sure. saw it on how it's made once. Scott

iamuzzyhunter 12-29-2007 04:10 PM

That ring knife is called a Whizard knife. Very common in a packing plant. You wouldn't think it was too cool if you had to use one 9 hrs a day.


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