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Old 08-15-2010, 01:47 AM   #1
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Reverse Sear Tri-Tip & Chicken (pics)

Tonight I cooked up a traditional SoCal BBQ dinner of tri-tip, chicken and
beans. I seasoned the tri-tip liberally with Kosmo's Cow Cover and the
chicken got a coating of 2/3 Montreal chicken seasoning and 1/3 New
Mexico chili powder. I cooked it all indirect over a 50/50 combination of
Kingsford Competition briquets and mesquite lump and reverse-seared the
tri-tip (cooked to 130* indirect then seared direct to 135*).

It all came out very flavorful and tender. Kosmo's beef rub is no joke!





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Old 08-15-2010, 08:22 AM   #2
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Wow as always John it all looks good. I did a tri-tip Friday night using the reverse sear after reading a piece by Craig "Meathead" Goldwyn, only my third and it came out surprisingly well. I have to say I like it with potatoes and veggies, but I love it leftover in a sandwich.
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Awww.. no sliced pic?
Looks good on the grill fer sure!
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Awww.. no sliced pic?
Looks good on the grill fer sure!

Almost like off the internet!
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Awww.. no sliced pic?
Looks good on the grill fer sure!
Almost like off the internet!
They are off of the internet; they are off of my blog. If you meant something else, just come out and say it.

I have the raw images, if you want to see them.

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Where's the sliced and plated pictures?
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Old 08-16-2010, 12:49 AM   #8
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Where's the sliced and plated pictures?
Where does it say that I need them? I was too busy and the family was too
hungry to wait for me to take plated shots.

Why are you so hung up on a plated shot? Couldn't I get that from the
internet too? Does a plated shot somehow make it authentic?

I think my blog and track record speak for themselves. I don't need to
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Where's the sliced and plated pictures?
Where does it say that I need them? I was too busy and the family was too
hungry to wait for me to take plated shots.

Why are you so hung up on a plated shot? Couldn't I get that from the
internet too? Does a plated shot somehow make it authentic?

I think my blog and track record speak for themselves. I don't need to
prove myself to you.

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You already have.
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Re: Reverse Sear Tri-Tip & Chicken (pics)

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Originally Posted by Nick Prochilo
Where's the sliced and plated pictures?
Where does it say that I need them? I was too busy and the family was too
hungry to wait for me to take plated shots.

Why are you so hung up on a plated shot? Couldn't I get that from the
internet too? Does a plated shot somehow make it authentic?

I think my blog and track record speak for themselves. I don't need to
prove myself to you.

John
It doesn't say you 'need' a plated pic, but people like to see a properly cooked and plated piece of beef cause it looks good. I doubt anyone was asking you to 'prove' yourself or judging you. But a hunk of meat on a grill looks like a hunk of meat on the grill. A plated 'finished' or 'money shot' is the final satisfaction people get of cooks. By your 'defensive' response, I'd say you overcooked it myself.....I'm just saying....but who am I to judge?
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