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Unread 01-04-2013, 08:25 PM   #1
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Default Did I buy a Tri Tip?

Hope I bought my first Tri Tip. It's a Texas All Natural Tri-Tip Roast Boneless? Did I get the right thing or am I going to be throwing this in the crockpot?
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Name sounds about right, let's see it!
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Does it look like this? http://www.google.com/imgres?um=1&hl...r:19,s:0,i:174
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Sounds like it.

but if it's not, if you cook on a PBC (not a UDS) all will be right.

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There she is. Piece of leather?
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Going off that pic, looks like you got hosed man.
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Lol. I was swinging buy to pick up a six pack. Always look for something that says Tri-tip. Saw this and said what the heck. Thought it seemed small and that roast word scared me.
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Going off that pic, looks like you got hosed man.

with that little fat content, hopefully he at least saved a few bucks by using the Kroger shopper card.
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Ha. I'm a newbie. I'll get me a ribeye and cook this up for the wifey.
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Ha. I'm a newbie. I'll get me a ribeye and cook this up for the wifey.

With thinking like that, you're on your way to veteran status in no time !

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Nope, take it back, or cook it in a Crock Pot. LOL
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Opps... Time for potatoes and carrots
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The grain and shape of roast doesn't look right. Looks more like a sirloin tip roast. Seen this mistake many times before by stores in the southeast.

The cooking process shouldnt be any different. Slow smoke it like at around 250, till internal hits 130 or so, then rest for 30 minutes before slicing across the grain. Should still be good. The only thing to watch out for is because this is a very lean roast, they don't do well when overcooked. Med rare at most is best.

This type of stuff if fantastic for making cold sliced roast beef sammies.. Paper thin slices off a slicer and it's a little bit of heaven.
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