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Unread 01-09-2013, 08:34 AM   #16
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Yea Husker we take for granted that you can always get large Tri-Tips just about anytime you want one around here. Its nice because they do not really benefit from a low and slow cook, except to take on some smoke so they get done pretty fast and are awesome.
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Unread 01-09-2013, 08:39 AM   #17
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wow my mouth is watering. I kind of want to take my first shot at tri tip this weekend now
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Unread 01-09-2013, 08:53 AM   #18
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That looks Great
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Man, that looks good. I've got to try one of those, they just don't exist around here. I think I remember seeing maybe one or two in my life for sale, and you would think they were made out of gold according to the price tag.
Thanks. Tri-Tip is one of the reasons I'm glad I live here in California. I know it's hard to find on the east coast but it's plentiful and fairly low cost out here. Brisket on the other hand is more expensive here than other parts of the country.
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Well done man!
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Great looking TT! It's my favorite and anytime I can get my hands on some I stock up.
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That is a great looking sandwich!

Being a NYer, I had never had Tri Tip until a few years ago when Big Brother Smoke, Steph Franklin came for a visit. We were cooking the Battle of The Brethren and I made him cook some for the pot luck that night. I have been hooked ever since.

What did you use to rub them with? I'm using Steph's Simply Marvelous Peppered Cow on them these days in a mesquite fire. Yum!
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Wow that looks great nice cookin!
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Looks great, I do ALOT of tri-tip and have come to prefer Prime grade fully trimmed from my butcher. The untrimmed grocery store tri-tip is more tough and more fat that has to be trimmed so it ends up being close to the same price.
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That is a great looking sandwich!

Being a NYer, I had never had Tri Tip until a few years ago when Big Brother Smoke, Steph Franklin came for a visit. We were cooking the Battle of The Brethren and I made him cook some for the pot luck that night. I have been hooked ever since.

What did you use to rub them with? I'm using Steph's Simply Marvelous Peppered Cow on them these days in a mesquite fire. Yum!
Thanks. It's become my favorite cut of beef to cook.

I rubbed it down with some Worcestershire Sauce and then some generic steak seasoning I picked up at Costco.
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That is a great looking sandwich!

Being a NYer, I had never had Tri Tip until a few years ago when Big Brother Smoke, Steph Franklin came for a visit. We were cooking the Battle of The Brethren and I made him cook some for the pot luck that night. I have been hooked ever since.

What did you use to rub them with? I'm using Steph's Simply Marvelous Peppered Cow on them these days in a mesquite fire. Yum!
Peppered Cow pairs with tri-tip like it was made for each other. Traditional santa maria style will be different but I cook what I like and have 5lbs of peppered cow in the pantry.
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wow my mouth is watering. I kind of want to take my first shot at tri tip this weekend now
BTW: Here is a link to how I cut it. (Yes it's been posted before but it's worth linking again)

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ooohh, I never thought about giving it the gyro treatment. Thanx
I got the idea after eating at a local Mediterranean restaurant. They make a “Shawarma” (their version of Gyro) Sammy that is so good I wanted to duplicate it as best I could. It’s not the same due to different spices and cooking method but it’s pretty darn close and is delicious.
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Tri-tip looks great, sandwich looks even better hope you don't mind me hyjacking your recipe yummmm!
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