- Joined Nov 19, 2011
Tri-tip is my favorite cut of beef. You Sir nailed it. Outstanding photos, making me hongry.
Its usually the other way around for me John. Its the beer and lack of judgement that gets in the way for me usually. I like your Idea about supervising though!Thank you for the great write up and step by step photos. You make it look so easy! Guess I just need more patience, or beer, or both and let the Mrs. handle it while I supervise?! LOL!!
I'm flattered! Thank you. I know what you mean about seeing others posts that keep me coming back too. I just love to cook. I can only wish to inspire others,That right there is exactly what I love about this forum. Seeing food prepped like that keeps me coming back. Thanks for such a well documented cook.
Thanks Robert. It did look as purdy as a hunk of meat like that could get. I cant wait to do the next one again.That is a thing of beauty. Very nice job and gorgeous color on the tri tip. Well done!!
Thank you xray. Indeed it did pair very well with those sides. I'm missing carbs, and would have loved a buttery potato roll or some mac-n-cheese or..... DOH! nevermind.Wonderful looking TT and it looks to be perfectly cooked! I bet that went well with the mushrooms and veggies. Very nicely done!
Glad you stopped by to have a look. Thank you.Now that Sir, is a great show and tell,
Thank you Brian. I'm happy and sad at the same time today because I have the last little bit of leftovers in my lunchbox. I will be sad after its all gone.Wow Erik! I am drooling over here. Nice cook.
Thanks Jimmy. Definitely feel fortunate to find them here and at a good price here. Probably in the "best of all the cuts" list of a side of beef. Perhaps you can ask for and break down your own bottom sirloin subprimal to get it?Looks perfect! Ive only had one Tri-Tip. Rare enough this far East and living in the Sticks, meat managers have no clue what they are...JJ
Thank you. It was a fun cook as well as delicious!Boy oh boy did you ever nail that one !
Do it! You wont be disappointed if you can find one. Heck, do two while you are at it!Looks perfect. You've inspired me and if the weather cooperates, I might have to cook one this weekend.
Thank you. It's one of ours too. Hard to beat!Tri-tip is my favorite cut of beef. You Sir nailed it. Outstanding photos, making me hongry.
Thanks cornman. It probably wont be too long before doing the next one after the success of this one.Looks great!!! Let me know when you do your next one
Yeah, that's a bummer for you. Sorry. Thank you for the comments and like!
That's just craziness! My best suggestion for anybody is to just order the bottom sirloin subprimal and cut their own out, and grind the rest for sirloin burgers for that matter.Looks fantastic . Nice work .
I've only seen them twice around here . First time was $18.00 a pound .
Second time was $8.00 . Grabbed one at the lower price . One of the best cuts of beef I've ever had .
Thanks Al. I think I could go more rare than this for my liking too. The Mrs, not so much... This is a compromise to keep the peace if you know what I'm sayin.Your TT looks delicious!
Personally I like mine a bit more rare, but yours looks really good!
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