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Unread 06-20-2010, 12:58 AM   #1
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This past week I picked up a cryosucked package of tri-tips at Cash & Carry $2.47 per pound.
Rubbed with JT's Smokin' BBQ brisket rub

gave it a quick sear on the grill then on the UDS at about 230* with some hickory chunks. Pulled it at 135*

foiled and rested for an hour then sliced.

Yes, some slices are missing, it was necessary to preform the quality taste tests.
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Unread 06-20-2010, 01:20 AM   #2
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Sear first? I have been smoking mine until almost rare and then searing them until almost med rare and then pulling them off the grill. the care over takes me to med rare. I might have try to sear them first but I would think that would block some of the smoke flavor...Looks good!
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Nice Tri Harry. What's the total time more or less on that? We cook ours santa maria style $5 min to an hour for rare
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