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Old 10-06-2013, 01:44 PM   #1
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Default Tri-tips and a Butterflied Butt

I picked up a Creekstone Farms natural black angus tri-tip to compare to a normal select grade tri-tip.

Seasoned them both with some Rub Co Santa Maria rub and put them on the Hasty-Bake with some pinquito beans and some red oak for smoke:

Gave them a little sear to finish & sliced them up after a rest:

My plate:

The tri-tip cook was entered into the Tri-Tip Feast Throwdown finishing up today over at:

Earlier in the morning I cooked a butt on the Large BGE that I'd deboned & butterflied and seasoned with some Oakridge Secret Weapon. Thanks again to KC Mike for the rub! Secret Weapon was tasty & I'm looking forward to other cooks with it.

First time I've cooked a butterflied butt and it was interesting (fast cook, more bark, and I got some decent chunks & pulled). Here's the pulled pork with a little Big Butz Cranberry sauce mixed in:

It was a good day for cooking. Thanks for looking!

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