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Old 10-23-2005, 08:31 PM   #1
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Low will work but need low finish internal temp (125 to 130).
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Old 10-24-2005, 04:14 AM   #2
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They look good to me Blaze. I wouldn't mind some of that on a biscuit right now. =P~
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Old 10-24-2005, 05:22 AM   #3
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Holly Molly Blaze, that looks fantastic. I have to find someone who can get tri tip. Thanks for the pics.
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Old 10-24-2005, 07:29 AM   #4
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That looks great Blaze. Now if I could only find Tri-tips here... :-X
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Old 10-24-2005, 04:37 PM   #6
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Tri- Tip

Well I am new here, but found a post that I know something about ... Tri Tip.... Cooked alot of it when I lived in Calf many years ago.. and it was a cheaper cut of meat, but it seems it is not anymore

Where I live, most butchers kinda look at ya cockeyed when you ask for the name Tri-tip ... When I have found it I have been quoted as high as $9.99 a pound .. I dont think I'd be ordering that piece of meat at that price.. I normally find it for $3.99 a pound at either a local butcher, who I do work for, or when I'm lucky enough to get a pass into a Wholesale Restuarant place .. If you butcher is errr ummm aaaaaaaaa uneducated, just ask him how much first... Most of em want to hit a home run because it's part of the Sirloin.. when the reality of it is, that they usually make hamburger meat out of the Tri-Tip, or shish kabobs for those who do that kind of business...

the meat number you can order tri tip from your butcher is IMPS/NAMP 1185C & 1185D... if you like it trimmed order the 1185D, it is trimmed of fat... I prefer mine with the fat...

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Old 10-24-2005, 04:40 PM   #7
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Ok, I've never seen a Tri-Tip in a supermarket. Any of you Texas boys ever seen it before?
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Hey Blaze......... not sure where you 're from in Calif, but if you;re close to Santa Maria , they have a pretty big Tri-Tip festival there every year that's pretty coll to attend..... in fact most of the restuarants in that town and the surrounding towns, and valleys serve it regularly ..

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You guys kill me.... I am gonna shut up, be happy, and brag about my 2.59 a pound at Costco untrimmed. At the commissary I can get it for 3.19 trimmed. I prefer the trimmed. =D> But...thanks for driving up the price for me! I just about cussed out loud at Trader Joe's when I saw the price they were selling at. I remember it was priced at 15 bucks and for that same size and all I could get it for half that in town. At the same time...I am happy the word is getting out on this cut and style of BBQ.
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Old 10-24-2005, 06:10 PM   #10
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Hey Blaze......... not sure where you 're from in Calif, but if you;re close to Santa Maria , they have a pretty big Tri-Tip festival there every year that's pretty coll to attend..... in fact most of the restuarants in that town and the surrounding towns, and valleys serve it regularly ..

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