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Unread 07-03-2010, 08:21 PM   #1
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Default The 4th. Carne Asada, Smoked Meatloaf and Tri-Tip

Kind of an unusual mix of stuff but I have a strange bunch coming over so I'm making a little something for everyone.

I have six big Tri-Tips in the fridge just waiting to go on the Weber Kettle! Will be slicing for those who just want meat and then BBQ Tri-Tip Sandwiches for those that want something in sammich form

Then there's Carne Asada tacos if you want something with a little flare to it. Grabbed a few pounds of Skirt Steak, seasoned it up and it's soaking in a marinade until tomorrow.






Then we have the Smoked Meatloaf. I figured that I'd do that tonight and then warm it up and give it a finishing glaze tomorrow.

















I had to sample the finished product just to make sure that it was edible! Good stuff. Will post up pics of the Tri-Tip tomorrow.
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DUDE, smoked meat loaf on fresh baked french bread with swiss cheese. AMAZING sammies right thre. Oh and glazed with a nice spicy bbq sauce. MMMM. never made carne. Looks good though. Is skirt steak tough?

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DUDE, smoked meat loaf on fresh baked french bread with swiss cheese. AMAZING sammies right thre. Oh and glazed with a nice spicy bbq sauce. MMMM. never made carne. Looks good though. Is skirt steak tough?

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Skirt Steak can get tough if you cook it past medium. You want to cook it on hi heat give it a quick flip and then pull it to rest for a while. It's really good stuff!
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Skirt Steak can get tough if you cook it past medium. You want to cook it on hi heat give it a quick flip and then pull it to rest for a while. It's really good stuff!
Interesting. So cook like 2 min on hi each side? then rest eh. never cooked skirt steak. i rarely cook steak.
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Interesting. So cook like 2 min on hi each side? then rest eh. never cooked skirt steak. i rarely cook steak.
It's pretty thin so a few minutes (3) on each side should be good.
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I have never tried smoked meat loaf. I have to try that it sounds and looks amazing. Thanks for sharing.
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