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Old 09-17-2008, 12:30 PM   #1
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Tri Tip Ideas?

got a couple from Costco....gonna do one tonight with
WRB on the kettle, or might get busy and to the
Gary WSM method.

Anyway, I was wondering if you guys had been playing
around with any new techniques or flavors with these
guys?

I got 2 so I can afford to experiment with one.
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Old 09-17-2008, 01:22 PM   #2
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Re: Tri Tip Ideas?

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got a couple from Costco....gonna do one tonight with
WRB on the kettle, or might get busy and to the
Gary WSM method.

Anyway, I was wondering if you guys had been playing
around with any new techniques or flavors with these
guys?

I got 2 so I can afford to experiment with one.
Cook them both on the WSM at the same time. Pull one at 100º and sear until 125-130º and leave the other on the WSM until it hits 125-130º and see what why you prefer straight up!
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Old 09-17-2008, 01:33 PM   #3
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that's a lot of finished product for moi.

I was wondering if anyone had tried injecting, treating it like
a brisket, etc.

I know they're becoming more common, and I know folks
here love to experiment.

just wondering...the last one was so good I'm happy to just
cook it regular, but since there were 2 in the pack, I thought I'd
ask.
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Salt, pepper, garlic and oak is the classic way. You should try it , at least once.
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that's a lot of finished product for moi.
I thought you did poker night with the boys on Wednesday nights??
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Salt, pepper, garlic and oak is the classic way. You should try it , at least once.
Amen.
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Tuesdays are the boys. Not sure I want to share
a good tri tip with them....they've been winning lately.\

I love the classic (although I used hickory).

Just wondering if anyone had tried it with a wine sauce
or special injection or anything.

I think I actually like the kettle over the wsm without
the water pan though, not sure why.
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I suggest staying away from injections but play with rubs and marinades if you want. You don't want sugar in rub but salt, pepper and those spices that go well with beef like celery, what you like.
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