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Old 09-11-2006, 02:37 PM   #1
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Sirloin tip roast

Doing a sirloin tip roast on Wed. Any suggestions / concerns ? My plan is to put it in the wsm with salt and pepper..garlic inplanted with in and take it up to 140, wrap and rest for a few hours. Going to grill some zuchini, and also serve with tomatoe salad and french fries ( I just got a new fryer basket Im itching to break in).
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Sounds like a game plan to me John!
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I would cook at around 275*. Pull it off at around 130* and let it rest just long enough for the internal temps to drop to around 120. Slice thin and eat with a horsey sauce or pepper jelly.
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I would cook at around 275*. Pull it off at around 130* and let it rest just long enough for the internal temps to drop to around 120. Slice thin and eat with a horsey sauce or pepper jelly.
DITTO! Except the pepper jelly part! Add some thin sliced onions to the sandwich if you wish as well.
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I would cook at around 275*. Pull it off at around 130* and let it rest just long enough for the internal temps to drop to around 120. Slice thin and eat with a horsey sauce or pepper jelly.
DITTO! Except the pepper jelly part! Add some thin sliced onions to the sandwich if you wish as well.
I wouldn't put the pepper jelly on a sandwich either... but he didn't say he was making a sandwich.
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I would cook at around 275*. Pull it off at around 130* and let it rest just long enough for the internal temps to drop to around 120. Slice thin and eat with a horsey sauce or pepper jelly.
DITTO! Except the pepper jelly part! Add some thin sliced onions to the sandwich if you wish as well.
I wouldn't put the pepper jelly on a sandwich either... but he didn't say he was making a sandwich.
Sandwich or not, I wouldn't put pepper jelly on it! [smilie=nonono.gif]
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then you would be making a mistake
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I'm with Larry, I wouldn't put pepper jelly on it!
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