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  1. N

    Second cook, reverse seared tri tip

    For my second cook I bought a prime tri tip at costco. Sorry I dont have all the pics for the start and the rub. i seasoned with 1 part salt, 3 parts each ground pepper and ground garlic. I let the seasoned roast sit at room temperature for 30 minutes to let the rub sink in, not sure if this...
  2. reformedvegan

    Memorial Day Tri Tips on the Pit Boss pellet cooker

    Folks, I want to check in and share the results of my first cook of the season. I did two untrimmed tri tips on the Pit Boss 700S. As I mentioned last summer, I am very new to this and only cooked twice on the cooker after getting it last summer. This is my third cook. One tri tip was about...
  3. Therealtrome

    Reverse sear tri-tip on the Traeger and Weber kettle

    First tri-tip on the T! Came out amazing... Took about 2 hours at 225 with Traeger signature pellets. Let it rest for 10 or 15 minutes while the jumbo lump was getting red hot on the Weber kettle. Reverse seared for five minutes of side then let rest for another 10 or 15 minutes and came out...
  4. thirdeye

    SV Tri-Tip With Little Green Egg Finish

    Yesterday our snow storm let up and I had a 2# tri-tip in the fridge, and decided sous vide would be the ticket. I seasoned the roast with Montreal Steak seasoning, about 2 teaspoons of crushed garlic, and two pats of butter. I used a 133° water bath temperature (which is my favorite steak...
  5. SmokinAl


    I was in Publix a few days ago & they had a bunch of Tri tips. They weren't cheap, but the meat guy said they will be carrying them from now on. I guess they have been getting a lot of requests for them. So I picked one up. It needed no trimming, so I just put some Worsty & Montreal steak...
  6. C

    Best Transport Methods Smoked Tri-tip

    Hey all! We are going to some friends' house for dinner who don't have a BBQ or smoker and we are hoping to bring a smoked tri tip. I'm wondering what the best method would be though... Ideally, for obvious reasons, I don't want to bring the tri tip + smoker + cook at their house for 2-3 hours...
  7. WaterRat

    Tri-tip done brisket style

    Hey All, The local grocery store had tri-tip on sale this week for $4.99. Hardly a steal but better than usual - if they have it at all. I went to the meat case and found only cut up packs so I went over and asked the butcher if he had them whole, which he did, and kindly provided. I've only...
  8. tjdcorona

    Sunday - Tri-Tip, Pork belly and chicken Breasts

    Today Im making it all, but the hatch chile sausages I picked up. They all have different rubs on them, but the pic looks the same. Im putting in the belly first so I can have it as a snack, and then the trip tip and chicken breasts will be on for 6 hrs. I will take the chicken off and throw it...
  9. U

    New guy smokin checking in

    Until I purchased my Backwoods Chubby G2 smoker last November, I have never smoked before. So, I am still working to get things right. The good news is everything has been edible and enjoyable so far. My setup is this; I am located in Salt Lake City and yes, the winters seem to be a little...
  10. SmokinAl

    First Tri tip ever for Florida boy

    I saw the Publix ad this morning & they had tri tip for $5.39 a pound. Never seen tri tip here before. I thought it's a little pricey but what the heck. You Cali guys say this is the best cut of beef for sammies. I hauled my a%# over to Publix & scored a 2.26 lb tri tip. Brought it home, washed...
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