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Unread 10-19-2007, 08:51 PM   #1
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Default Tri-tip advice needed

I've got to do some tri-tip for a upcoming contest (non sanctioned celebrity food network fluff stuff!). It's a fairly short cook (one day). Anyone got any suggestions/thoughts?
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This is what I do. Marinate in tea, Honey, soy and brown sugar for 24 hrs. Than smoke at 220 until meat temp is at 110. take the meat out and rub some salt, pepper, and garlic on. Sear it than pull it out at 132. Good luck with the contest.
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season with the rub of your choice and grill it. Cook to medium rare and serve.
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This is what I do. Marinate in tea, Honey, soy and brown sugar for 24 hrs. Than smoke at 220 until meat temp is at 110. take the meat out and rub some salt, pepper, and garlic on. Sear it than pull it out at 132. Good luck with the contest.
Sounds good, any estimate on the total cook time?
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In all it takes about 1 1/2 hours to cook. I always go by meat temp rather than time but that is a ruff estimate.
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the way i do mine is put a rub onthe night before I grill mine 10 min one side flip 20 min flip 10 min pull at 135 140 foil, and let rest
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My only personal experience with tri-tip is my BIL in Austin who does them wonderful on the grill.
Good Eats!

So, I did the search thingie and found lots of expert advice in the archives here.
Just one, for example:
http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...=%22tri+tip%22

Sounds delicious.

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