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Learned a lesson

b-one

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Spun a Tri tip this evening I have been trying some other seasonings and finally pushed it to far. Went with a steak rub and I piled it on hoping to build a nice crust which didn't really happen, I'll be sticking to SPOG,Cajun or lighter other seasonings from now on. The wife wouldn't even eat it,it wasn't that bad.:biggrin:

Here's a finished shot it looked and smelled good!


And a plated one.

 

donegotfat

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It darn sure looks good! Bummer that the wife wont eat it... but that leaves some left and you can send it to us
 

dirtsailor2003

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KISS, Keep It Simple Smoker!

Works every time!

With that said it looks great on the plate!

Chop it all up and add it to stew or make a tri tip shepards pie. Might help with the spice.
 

b-one

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It darn sure looks good! Bummer that the wife wont eat it... but that leaves some left and you can send it to us :sausage:
Don't worry I can still eat it! Just not as great as I was hoping for.
 

b-one

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KISS, Keep It Simple Smoker!

Works every time!

With that said it looks great on the plate!

Chop it all up and add it to stew or make a tri tip shepards pie. Might help with the spice.
Yeah I was just pushing my luck,I'll still eat it most likely with some over Esay eggs on top for breakfast on Sunday seeing we have to be in around 3 am yippie!
 

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