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Unread 07-17-2013, 04:04 PM   #1
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Default My Tri tip

Hi all,

my butcher told me...... "are you sure??!!??" when I told him the I wanted to cook it in the kettle. Here, in Italy, tri-tip is usually used for ground meat or for other preparations, not bbq or grill. So, thank you so much to my Brethren to have shown me this cut!

Rubbed with olive oil, salt and pepper, pulled 120f from indirect, then 135 from direct, rest few minutes, then cut. Some italian salsiccia on the side. A lttle pron follow:

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How do you say Nom Nom Nom in Italian? Looks great!
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Your butcher will raise the price on it if you let him taste some of that right there. Looks great.
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You nailed it Jo
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Well done....be sure to keep the secret to yourself. ;)
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that's it right there!
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looks like you nailed it!
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That is one good looking tri tip - great job all the way around.
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Looks great! I'm ready to try some!
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Thank you all guys!

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Originally Posted by El Ropo View Post
Your butcher will raise the price on it if you let him taste some of that right there. Looks great.
Sure! "Well, how was it?" - "Uhmmm...not so good...now, can I have a tri-tip?" - "How will you cook it?" - "Boiled."
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Your secret is safe with me! Great Job!
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Psssstttt, tell your butcher not to tell anybody. Looks to me like you nailed it!
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That sure looks good. That is some seriously lean beef.
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One of my favorite things to cook!!
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