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Old 03-13-2013, 11:55 PM   #1
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Tri-Tip Roast and Sides

I picked up a nice Tri-Tip roast the other day just over two pounds. Last night I put it in a zip bag with fresh chopped garlic, black pepper and olive oil until this afternoon when I got home to grill it.

This morning I cut in half and de-seeded some large jalapeno peppers for making ABT's with. Now let me say now that I am renaming the ABT's I do to "Gator Toes". I like having more of a Louisiana related name for these delicious stuffed and bacon wrapped peppers.
This batch is getting stuffed with boudin witha slice of mozzarella cheese(to prevent the boudin from getting soaked with melted bacon fat)and then wrapped with bacon.

Here they are done right before taking them off the grill. Uhhh..... Mozzarella cheese expands when it melts.

While waiting for the grill to heat up I made some smothered green beans with slices of andouille in it. Mmmm...... That is some good stuff!

I also steamed and then pan browned some new potato chunks in bacon drippings.

Time to get the roast on and have a refreshing ice cold beer,

Not quite done but smelling fantastic!

Done and sliced after resting a bit.

Some people don't like it when different foods touch each oter on a plate. I don't have a problem with it.
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Old 03-14-2013, 11:16 AM   #2
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Nice freakin meal! And that beer beats PBR every day if the week!
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Nice cook T, the "Gator Toes" look great. I really like the andouille green beans, what else do you put on the beans?
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Nice cook T, the "Gator Toes" look great. I really like the andouille green beans, what else do you put on the beans?
No real measuring here so you may have to adjust.

1 Medium onion diced
3-4 Tbsp. butter
1-1 1/2 lbs fresh or frozen whole green beans(using fresh they cook quicker and taste fantastic) 1/3 lb. good andouille cut in at least half lengthwise(you can quarter it if you like smaller pieces)
Melt the butter, toss in the andouille saute for about a minute or two and add in the onion. Saute' over med/low heat until onions get soft and then add in the green beans. Stir to mix the onions and andouille then cover and let simmer.
I can't tell you how long it will take as I just go on about other things. Maybe about 20=25 minutes. Check every few minutes and stir them around. Add in a little Cajun seasoning(something not too salty. I make my own)Simmer some more then add black pepper(about 1/2 tsp.)
I just let them simmer until they get somewhat soft. You might need to add a little water. Sometimes I add chicken stock to make a gravy so to say. This way you can serve the juices over rice with the beans. That's really good! Otherwise just serve as a side dish.
This is REALLY good! We can eat this here just about everyday.
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Thanks T, I gotta try them!
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Outstanding looking TT and sides!!
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The wife is still raving about how "delicious" that Tri-Tip was.
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