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Unread 10-11-2012, 07:03 PM   #1
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Default First time tri tip

Hey everybody, cooked up my first tri-tip tonight...it was good! Not bad for my first shot at it. Reverse sear, pulled at 120, and let it rest for about 15-20 minutes. I have a hard time getting it up here, it's expensive when I can find it, but a good treat once in a while.

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Looks like you nailed it .
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Looks good! Got a couple in the fridge for this weekend will also be my first try.
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looks perfect!
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...won't be your last attempt either!! Looks fantastic!

Love us some tri-tip in this house!!
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Meat looks perfectly cooked, but you're missing the grain on the carving.

Here's a good simple video that explains a great way to slice up tri tip

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Meat looks perfectly cooked, but you're missing the grain on the carving.

Here's a good simple video that explains a great way to slice up tri tip

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You're right El Ropo, I missed the grain on the thick side. The video makes a good point of carving the meat down the middle so you can hit each angle correctly. It was still delicious though! Thanks for the vid
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I'd hit that, more than once even!! Looks farktastic!
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Looks perfect to me too!! Mmmmm......
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Mmmm! Tri-Tip.
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Looks great! Love the tri's...
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Meat looks perfectly cooked, but you're missing the grain on the carving.

Here's a good simple video that explains a great way to slice up tri tip

Santa Maria Tri-Tip - How To Carve A Santa Maria Tri-Tip - YouTube
Thats a great vid, thank you. Ive got two Tri Tip chillin in the fridge, i think ima have to do one.
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