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Tri tip on Santa Maria grill

forktender

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Tried to match your crust on the webber.... not as great looking as yours!


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You can do it, make a sream'in hot bed of coals and toss the meat on when they are white hot.
don't walk away keep turning it every 1-2 minutes until it's as dark as you want it to be. I take mine off at 125 to 128* them let them rest of a rack over a pan to catch the drippings for 20 minutes in the oven set to 160*.

Dan🤘👍
 

browneyesvictim

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Oh boy! If I hadn't made TT yesterday for dinner I might actually be jealous!
Oh wait... I am jealous of your Santa Maria! Perfectly cooked over real wood fire! Perfection!
 

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