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post #21 of 24
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Originally Posted by Chef Willie View Post

This is from a Dirt Sailor thread. I don't think he would mind me re-posting his pics to clarify the best way to carve a tri-tip so the meat melts in your mouth. Cut across the fat middle section, rotate the roast 1/4 turn and cut going inwards. And, to me, a perfect example of MR on a TT.......Willie

Good clarification, I will use those as references next time.
I agree, good representation of a MR tri.
post #22 of 24
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Originally Posted by DaHookUp11 View Post



Cut against the grain it is, cut with the grain it isn't.

Are you implying something different?

I am. No offense implied though.

Imagine a tritip as a B52 bomber. Youd want to cut both "wings" off. Then cut 'across' (not against) the cockpit and each wing

Based on your last quoted pic, I'd cut 10 to 4
post #23 of 24
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Originally Posted by ThunderDome View Post

I am. No offense implied though.

Imagine a tritip as a B52 bomber. Youd want to cut both "wings" off. Then cut 'across' (not against) the cockpit and each wing

Based on your last quoted pic, I'd cut 8 2
post #24 of 24
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Originally Posted by ThunderDome View Post


No offense taken. Suggestions and inputs are always welcome. Any criticism is looked for, so that I can do things better next round.
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