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post #21 of 28

Great Smoke Bryce. thumb1.gif

It's hard to tell from the pics.  Kinda looks like you cooked the TT to a mid rare.  I'm guessing that you just put it on long enough to get smoke and the doneness that you wanted.  Almost like cooking a steak just slower?

post #22 of 28

Hey, Bryce, you are eating fine!

 

Point

 

Disco

post #23 of 28
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Great Smoke Bryce. thumb1.gif

It's hard to tell from the pics.  Kinda looks like you cooked the TT to a mid rare.  I'm guessing that you just put it on long enough to get smoke and the doneness that you wanted.  Almost like cooking a steak just slower?



Hi Brian, I cooked the TT to an internal temp of 135, then let it rest for 30 minutes. I does come out medium rare. I've found even 140 is just fine and the way most of my family likes them.

 

Since I was smoking ribs as well the smoker temp wasn't what I'd normally cook TT. I usually go from a smoker temp of 180'ish up 230 or so until done. Usually this takes about 2 to 3 hours. TT is a meat that cooks fast, brings on smoke quickly and tastes darn good.

post #24 of 28
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Hey, Bryce, you are eating fine!

 

Point

 

Disco


Thank you Disco.  We did eat good for sure.

 

Have a nice night.


Bryce

post #25 of 28

Those ribs look fantastic Bryce and the Tri ain't too shabby either.  Thumbs Up

post #26 of 28
Thread Starter 
Many thanks One eyed Jack. Don't you love this hobby? When you score a 10 it makes the wait well with it.

Bryce
post #27 of 28

Nice work! It's hard to beat the tri tip and ribs combo. You've inspired me to fire up the smoker this week. Thank you.

 

I run a Smoke Hollow with 4 racks and my all-time favorite smoke is baby backs on the top rack, a tri tip on the second rack, ABT's on the third, and a big pan of Dutch's wicked baked beans below it all to catch the drippings ... and holy crap do those beans come out good!!!

post #28 of 28
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That sounds like my kind of party Night Fish! Be sure to post your smoke.

I've never made beans before but they're on my list to try sometime.

Thanks, Bryce
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