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post #21 of 33

I need to get my Tri tip Qview up and running. Look out for it Thursday Evening all.

 

Where is the best place to post?

post #22 of 33
I have picky women who only eat well done.....oh well more for me!!! Haha
post #23 of 33
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I have picky women who only eat well done.....oh well more for me!!! Haha

 

I got lucky after 8 years of marriage...My wife and I had our cheeseburger patty's get mixed up one night, she got my med-rare, I got her med-well. She started eating first and could not stop about how this was the best burger she ever had. I took one bite of "my" burger and figured out why. devil.gifI let her eat just over half, while listening to her rave, before telling her the truth. After that night she was curious and started trying everything med rare, and loved it. Now I get to cook med rare BBQ. 51.gif Thank heavens.

post #24 of 33
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I have picky women who only eat well done.....oh well more for me!!! Haha[/quote> If they knew the red wasn't blood but rather myoglobin would that change their minds?
post #25 of 33
Ah if only....my day will come I guess......double the work for now
post #26 of 33

Competition BBQ is often a long way off from what you would want to put on your table. For instance, often winning ribs are so sweet I would puke. It is interesting to watch and I pick some things up but I am not trying to serve competition food to my family.

 

Hell johnny trigg hates the taste of his own championship ribs

post #27 of 33
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Competition BBQ is often a long way off from what you would want to put on your table. For instance, often winning ribs are so sweet I would puke. It is interesting to watch and I pick some things up but I am not trying to serve competition food to my family.

 

Hell johnny trigg hates the taste of his own championship ribs

 

Yeah I have tried the Johnny Trigg method, and I have to say it is too rich with not enough pork flavor for my liking.

post #28 of 33
You gave me an idea for ribs that I've never seen tried... Thanks! 45.gif
post #29 of 33
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Competition BBQ is often a long way off from what you would want to put on your table. For instance, often winning ribs are so sweet I would puke. It is interesting to watch and I pick some things up but I am not trying to serve competition food to my family.

 

Hell johnny trigg hates the taste of his own championship ribs

 

ive watched a few of the pitmaster shows, back when they were around the comps and not the gameshow type cookoff crap, and i cant stand to see soo much sugar, and molasses, and syrups being used..who the hell likes this crap? i like a HINT of sweet but in the end i wanna know that im eating an animal and not a piece of candy...lol if that makes any sense. for instance with chicken i could go either way with sweet or heat, but on pork, well, i wanna taste pork. and now for brisket, for as expensive as brisket is, i definitely damn sure wanna taste beef, hell i wanna taste the moo! haha!!! i remember watching one of the newer pitmasters and one guy was making a maple syrup,molasses,brownsugar,karo syrup paint for pork...im like does it come with diabetes also?..?? lmfao..
post #30 of 33

I have been sticking to the central Texas salt and pepper only formula lately, mix it up once in a while but really, who wants candy apple BBQ

post #31 of 33
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I have been sticking to the central Texas salt and pepper only formula lately, mix it up once in a while but really, who wants candy apple BBQ
And thank you fellow texan... I like some sugar on my pork... but brisket... SPOG im good.. the bark will come with the 18 hours. .. ;)
post #32 of 33
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I got lucky after 8 years of marriage...My wife and I had our cheeseburger patty's get mixed up one night, she got my med-rare, I got her med-well. She started eating first and could not stop about how this was the best burger she ever had. I took one bite of "my" burger and figured out why. devil.gifI let her eat just over half, while listening to her rave, before telling her the truth. After that night she was curious and started trying everything med rare, and loved it. Now I get to cook med rare BBQ. 51.gif Thank heavens.


I had the same experience, but with steak. My wife was so hungry one night she didn't even look at the inside of her steak til the 4th or 5th bite. That was right about the time when she was thinking, "Boy I must be hungry b/c this steak is REALLY good!" Then she looked and realized she had mine.... icon_redface.gif

I gotta hand it to her though, she knows how to negotiate. She agreed to tell me I was right all those years about med-rare, but in exchange she got to keep my steak! smiley_snowball.gif

 

As for rub ingredients, I like SPOG on beef because the salt makes your mouth water, pepper brings the heat, garlic compliments the beef, while the onion contrasts it. Overall I like how it enhances the flavor instead of covering it. Pork is where I go sweet and heat, but I'll never use squeeze butter...yuck.

post #33 of 33

I don't know -- I'm from the left coast and have done Tri-tip a few times and it was just "OK" until I smoked one.  Then it was AWESOME.  The best I ever made at least.  So much more tender and flavorful.  I love just about anything smoked though.
 

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