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    Default Portuguese Tri Tip, Corn, Green Beans....

    I felt like a shutter bug tonight. I hope nobody minds the nimber of pix in this thread. If you do, just scroll past them please.

    A good friend of mine brought me a bottle of this



    a couple months ago. I just now got around to trying it. the verdict is in, we like it!

    I marinated a tri tip in the vaccu marinater for a couple hoours. They called for a 12 hour marinade, but I think the vaccu process pretty well equalled that. The flavor ran throughout the meat, so I guess it worked. here's what it looked like after the marinade:



    Meanwhile, I got the hasty Bake hot and got the corn on the drum at 325







    Incidentally, I only used one valve to maintain the 325. It usually runs 250 that way. What I did different was to make sure that I had more fuel involved in the fire than normal.

    I also sliced some peppers and onions and seasoned them then added some oil and gave 'em a shake. They'll go in the grill basket in a bit.



    Onto the grill and then after a turn





    Corn is almost done



    With the tri tip resting comfortably at 130, it's time to grill up the veggies



    And the Okette is shucking the corn



    The beans are done



    The steak is sliced on a bias, cross grain



    And the table is set:



    And folks, this type of thing is why I no longer have my boyish figure.

    Thanx for the look and hope you enjoyed.

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    Tim, everything looks sooooo goood!! Nice feast!
    jeanie

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    I would definately some of that. Looks great.
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    You could make one of my old shoes look good


    Hi Cindy!!!!
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    looks darn good there tim!!! its some mighty fine eating this time of the year with all the veggies from garden and such!!! looks great
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    Excellent lookin' meal. All those fresh veggies grilled had to be really good.
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    Looks really good! I'd hit it!
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    Good eats Maynard!!!!
    It's a short drive.
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    Awesome groceries Tim! How would you describe the flavor of the marinade? I'm intrigued to see if I can find it anywhere. Love the finished plate and that Okette chick - she's a cutie
    Plank Owner ..................
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    Thanx all.
    Quote Originally Posted by erain View Post
    looks darn good there tim!!! its some mighty fine eating this time of the year with all the veggies from garden and such!!! looks great
    Hey E man! Where ya been?

    Quote Originally Posted by PigCicles View Post
    Awesome groceries Tim! How would you describe the flavor of the marinade? I'm intrigued to see if I can find it anywhere. Love the finished plate and that Okette chick - she's a cutie
    It's a vinegar and salt base with a real nice pepper and garlic flavor. I really penetrated the meat well too. I'd recommend it. I mixed it with OO and basted the meat as it cooked.

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