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Old 10-07-2007, 03:50 PM   #1
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First Tri Tip

smashed taters


a little sauce in case I need it...



da meat


not sure what to expect...looks like pickling spices
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Old 10-07-2007, 04:50 PM   #2
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what is it with the spices?


on the wsm with no pan



I feel like I'm making pastrami.
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Old 10-07-2007, 04:54 PM   #3
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Cappy WTF ya doin wit the torch??? Do ya got a grill? to finish on?
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Old 10-07-2007, 04:58 PM   #4
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just a blurry pic with the sunlight hitting it...no torch.

I might finish on the gasser to get it hotter. Takes too long
to crank up the heat on the wsm.
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Old 10-07-2007, 05:08 PM   #5
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just a blurry pic with the sunlight hitting it...no torch.

I might finish on the gasser to get it hotter. Takes too long
to crank up the heat on the wsm.
Take it to 100* on the WSM the sear it on the gasser!!!

Skeered about the "Mushy" factor on the "Pre Marinated" tri tip.
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Old 10-07-2007, 05:17 PM   #6
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I screwed up, which as you know is not uncommon, and let it get to
115, so I just left it on till 127. No sear. Pics coming.
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Looks great Cappy. Mines been marinating since this morning. Will be putting it on the Primo Oval soon!
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Well it looks good... I'm with JB looks like your torchin it.. haha

How'd it eat?
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Old 10-07-2007, 06:28 PM   #9
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btw. loving my wsm table from Bill TGG





from the thin end...


from the middle...

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first of all, that was the saltiest piece of meat I ever ate. Never had a slice of country ham that salty. No idea what that seasoning was, but I'll never buy another one.

Second, that papaya stuff works. The outside was mushy, not in a real bad way, but you can tell by the pics the outside pieces were falling apart.

Third, I thought it was more tender than sirloin, and would love to have a shot at just a plain hunk o meat, no seasoning added. Couldn't tell about the flavor because of the salt. I'll try again.

But not with those people that packed it in that crap.
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Great job, Cappy! I hope mine comes out half as good!
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Too bad you didn't get a chance to give it a fair test. I've never purchased a pre-marinated chunk of meat that I cared for. Tri tips are good. Just get a plain one and season with salt, pepper, and granulated garlic.
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It did look great Mr. Cap. But what Mr. Griff said.
Get a plain one (iffn you cain). Much mo' betta'
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bear see-saw?
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I think it's like a kids playing/ bear crossing sign
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Looks good I wish I could find Tri Tip
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I think it's like a kids playing/ bear crossing sign
Exactly. I saw this sign last month when I was visiting brother-in-law in King Cove, Alaska. Just had to take a pic.
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Exactly. I saw this sign last month when I was visiting brother-in-law in King Cove, Alaska. Just had to take a pic.
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Cappy, go to Trader Joes. Have one ready for April when I come to visit, I'll show ya!
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