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  1. plume-o-smoke

    Texas Pepper Smoked Sirloin Roast - Reverse Engineered

    When I was in Texas a few years back I had a sirloin steak that was unique and fan-freaking-tastic. Forget what you think you know about cheap sirloin steak. The texture/moisture of this technique is unlike any sirloin steak I’ve ever had. Juicy, tender. With a beautiful smoked beef flavor that...
  2. gmc2003

    Sirloin Grilling Tips - Kettle Style

    Well, another week of vacation and another night of firing up the kettle. Next to flank steak these sirloin tips are my favorite cut to grill and most importantly eat. Enough gibber-jabber let's get it on. First things first. Kudos to the sous chef who was doing an outstanding job that...
  3. bmudd14474

    Smoked/Grilled/SousVide Sirloin Fried Rice w/ Q-view

    Well if you have seen some of my last threads we have lots of food allergies in our house to include gluten, apple, dairy, and egg. There are more but these are the big ones that I have worked around. So here is what I do for fried rice. To start this is the first time since we moved that I...
  4. S

    Stuffed bells

    Stuffed bells with fresh bolognese sauce. Meat sauce and bells had the same grind, 50% tri-tip, 30% pork country ribs, 20% sirloin. Sauce made earlier this week for a lasagna, leftover sauce gets better with time anyway. I'll add a bonus shot of the lasagna. Bells cut in half and stuffed with...
  5. Preacher Man

    Bone-In Pork Sirloin Roast IT?

    Picked up a 4.23 lbs bone-in pork sirloin roast this morning for 99 pennies per pound. Got it rubbed with EVOO and sprinkled with a light layer of SPOG with some thyme, rosemary, and oregano leaves added. Planning to smoke from 220°-240° with applewood. I'm wanting to slice it. What IT do...
  6. M

    Chili with Sirloin and Smoked Brisket (No Beans)

    Last year I made a fantastic chili with top sirloin and leftover smoked brisket. It was a (only very slightly) bastardized version of a recipe I had stumbled across on the interwebs; my modifications were essentially the addition of diced fire roasted tomatoes and some tomato paste, plus some...