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Unread 01-27-2013, 10:12 PM   #1
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Default 3 Eyz Tri-tip and a Tatonka Dust Tri-tip

Had a couple of tri-tips to do and looking for a little variation applied different seasonings, 3 Eyz and then also Tatonka Dust to the tri-tips and fridged them individually wrapped over night.


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Gave the tri-tips some oak/charcoal smoke for 2 hours with the grill running at 150º.


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Turned up the grill to 250º and added a potato/veggie mix with fresh minced garlic.


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Towards the end of the cook added some garlic toast.


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Tri-tips were cooked to 140º and foiled for a half hour rest before slicing.

Here is the tri-tip seasoned with 3 Eyz.


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Here is the tri-tip seasoned with Tatonka Dust.


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Her's and his plates...


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Unread 01-27-2013, 10:20 PM   #2
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Looks very good man!!! I don't think those are tri-tips, but regardless they look very delicious!
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Strange looking Tri-Tips but they look like they turned out delicious. Good job!
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Looks great to me and I would not know what a Tri Tip looked like.
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looks Good!!
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I wondered if those were tri-tips also. But who cares, they look awesome! I'd hit that!




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The Tri tip looks good, the beef look like its a quality cut.
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Looks great.
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Meat looks really good, but you can tell by the grain pattern and shape those are not tri tips. Some other cut of sirloin roast. I'd hit it hard anyways.
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Looks great Marty! I've not tried 3Eyz but I know that Tatonka Dust is killer. One of my favorites!!
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I loves me some Tri-Tip! That looks awesome!
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Here is the deal with this "Tri-Tip"... We called into one of our local grocery stores since we do not have readily available Tri-Tips in any of our stores. Finally found a store that said they don't carry them, but they would "cut" some for us that afternoon. I don't believe this cut was 100% a true Tri-Tip as we have had that cut before and didn't look the same. I think this time we got a sloppy butcher and it was 1/2 Tri-Tip and 1/2 bottom Sirloin. Whatever it was, it was damn good!
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Looks great! I love Tri-Tip!!
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Fan-Farking-Tastic!
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