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Help me reproduce Texas Land and Cattle Smoked Sirloin

cgreentx

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Well the nice thing around here is that tri-tips are never on the shelf so both times I've requested them they had to cut them special for me meaning VERY fresh cuts. :)

Chris Green
 

buddy

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I tried the tri tip this past weekend on my little ECB smoker and it was excellent! I have a friend who is a butcher at kroger and he showed me where the tri tip is on the sirloin, and cut 2 for me off of choice grade
sirloins. I cooked them like Chris did on his first try, at about 275 degrees
until medium rare. One I marinated in allegro , the other had some steak seasoning that I got from tom thumb grocery when I bought a steak. I
used hickory chunks , and they turned out great, I'm hooked. We have
Texas land and cattle here also and I've wondered before how they make
smoked sirloin. Thanks for the info Chris.
 

smokemack

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Nice job blazing the Tri-Tip trail Chris. If anyone has heard of, or eaten at a Qdoba Mexican Grill (I work for them), we serve Tri-Tip in our steak burrito. If done right, it can be a very tender cut. I never thought of getting whole thing and smoking it; until Chris. Thanks man!
 

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