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Old 03-02-2018, 11:15 AM   #1
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I picked up a small tri-tip from Winco last week and decided to give it a little flavor from across the Pacific. I cook dozens of tri-tips a year, hundreds in my life and his one had the funkiest grain I have ever seen. But it tasted as good as any. In fact this my be my favorite of any Tir-Tip I have ever cooked.

Marinated it for 96hrs. The marinade was soy sauce, fresh ginger, white onion, garlic and crushed red peppers. I have done one similar to this before but the extra long soak did amazing things to the flavor and changed the color.

I simmered and then cooled the marinade beforehand to meld the flavors.



Cooked it in the kettle for about two and a half hours indirect with mesquite charcoal. Pulled at 138* IT




Cooked up some asparagus in the CI with EVOO, kosher salt and fresh ground course black pepper.



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I boiled down the leftover marinade and used it and "gravy" for the potatoes.

I will be doing this one again for sure.

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Old 03-02-2018, 11:20 AM   #2
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That is nice. I saw some tri-tips at the store. I have to try that now.
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Old 03-02-2018, 12:05 PM   #3
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Looks very good I prefer mine with a little more red in the meat but I would hit that
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Looks very good I prefer mine with a little more red in the meat but I would hit that
X2. Got a recipe for the marinade?
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Josh, that looks delicious! I'm assuming the marinade gives the finished product the darker color? Bet the flavor is amazing...
Can't wait to give this a try. Thanks for posting!

Just saw your comment on the color change. lol Looks delicious Josh! I'm going to give er a go.
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That is one fine looking plate.
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Looks good Josh. Marinade sound really good.
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Oh my word, stellar cook.
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Looks very good I prefer mine with a little more red in the meat but I would hit that
Thanks George, Normally it would be more red. The meat has been a lot darker both times I have done it this way. The IT never hit 140 in the smaller part (where you see that pic) the center did have more red, but the two times I have done this the whole piece has been darker throughout. And I'm totally with you on the more red wagon though. In fact my bride and I were at Chili's the other night and I ordered the rib eye and it was pretty fantastic I must admit. But my wife said she does not eat raw cow, lol.
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Outstanding work there, looks delicious.
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Amazing!
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Nice cook mate, interesting marinade
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Like others I generally have steak a bit more pink, but that does look amazing. I've not ever cooked a steak indirect before, but this could persuade me to try.
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That looks pretty darn good to me!
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Looks like some real good eats. Nice cook.
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