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Unread 07-03-2010, 03:23 PM   #1
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Default How long to cook Tri Tip Roast On A WSM

Got two Tri Tips from Cosco , Not sure How long and what Temp I should cook them For ?
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250ish till IT of 130ish. Tent with foil & rest.
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The length of the cook really depends upon the temp of the WSM and size of the Tri-tips

The last tri-tips I made took under 2 hours to get to 125+.

I used Chicago Steak Seasoning from Penzey's for the rub. The kids LOVED it.

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Im cooking BB's also Im about 225 right now i would to serve them around 6:00 pm (UFC fights)
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Till there done!

Probably 2ish hrs.
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Im cooking BB's also Im about 225 right now i would to serve them around 6:00 pm (UFC fights)
I was doing a couple butts, some baby backs and the tri-tips (one at a time) in my WSM that day.

I had the temps around 275 or so (no water - just two pans for the heat shield).

I don't remember just how large the tri-tip was, but it finished in about 1 3/4 hours, then foiled and most of it eaten outside before we got to the buns.

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