Our Costco had what seemed like a great deal today. They had Pork Sirloin Tip Roasts for $2.49 a pound. They were packed four to a package at about 2.5 pounds each. Now that I have them, I'm thinking about what to do with them. My first thought was to season two of them up on Saturday with my normal pork rib rub and smoke them Sunday. My plan would be to smoke at about 225-250 until they hit a I.T. of 142 and then let them rest until they get above 145. We'd then slice them up for sandwiches with homemade bbq sauce (while watching the Broncos beat the Patriots . I haven't used this particular cut before and I'm assuming that they will slice nicely. Good or bad assumption? Have you folks done other things with these small roasts? Is there a better way to do them? My plans for the other two roasts was to cube them up to make green chile. This then got me to thinking about smoking the cubes prior to browning them up to add to the green chile. One of the nice things about green chile is using fresh fire-roasted chiles that have a bit of a smokey taste. Have you made green chile with smoked pork? What did you think? Thanks in advance for your ideas.