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Old 04-01-2010, 01:55 AM   #11
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Join Date: 10-19-07
Location: Oroville, CA

Rodney awesome job---everything looks great ----but if you loved the tenderness of this tri-tip, there is a way to make it MORE tender. It may be hard to believe that it can get better, but if you carve the tri-tip perpendicular to the grain of the meat-it will be more tender. The picture of the whole tri-tip on the plate shows the grain very clearly, and you can see that you cut almost parallel to it. The second picture up from the bottom shows the long striations that come from cutting parallel. I am not trying to be overcritical or be a smart azz----My goal is for you to have the best possible tri-tip that can be attained. Any questions please PM me. I am fairly close to you and would be nice to get together with other brethren and see what we can cook up. Keep up the good work. Leonard---Chuck Wagon BBQ Co
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