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post #21 of 24

You bet! Love your tri tip. I think I need to do one for my next smoke. All wood is good but do you have a favorite for tri tip? I've used cherry and hickory so far.

 

Heading off to Disneyland in the AM to get some turkey legs! haha

 

Bryce

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You bet! Love your tri tip. I think I need to do one for my next smoke. All wood is good but do you have a favorite for tri tip? I've used cherry and hickory so far.

Heading off to Disneyland in the AM to get some turkey legs! haha

Bryce

Cherry is my favorite for most smokes. I do like to mix it up and do a 50/50 cherry pecan mix or a 50/50 Cherry Kiawe mix.
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There wasn't much meat left from the Paulina Messabout I hosted last weekend.

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/235432/stir-fry-in-the-woods#post_1465622

Just enough Tri tip for some french dip sandwees. Zipped it up a bit. Grill toasted some left over hamburger buns, butter and garlic of course. Reheated the Tri tip in au jus, which turns the au jus into a smokey au jus. Wasabi mayo, fresh sliced lemon cucumbers, and maters from the garden. O righta crispy seasoned frys. That's the PNW Tri tip dip!





















ENJOY!!!!


thewasabi horseradish ought to clean the nostrils out good.

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thewasabi horseradish ought to clean the nostrils out good.


It's really good! And yes it clean out the sinuses!
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