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Thread: Tri Tip cook

  1. #1
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    Default Tri Tip cook

    Added some Worcestershire sauce and Santa Maria seasoning and cooked at 300* with a chunk of red oak. My POS Maverick ET-73 was reading 83* then the receiver blanked out. I went to check the local reading and the temp was at 137*. Pulled the tri tip ramped the grill temp up and still did a reverse sear even tough the tri tip was done more than I wanted.

    On the grill


    Resting


    Sliced

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    man you been busy, looks good dude, how long did you let that rest for though?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jake View Post
    man you been busy, looks good dude, how long did you let that rest for though?
    About ten minutes. I have been off from work since last Thursday so I got my cooking fix in since I have to work the next 7 days.
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    mani love me some tri tip... funny thing. those used to be called coulottes. and were considered a crap cut. now its all fancy and proud of itself. ha. those and flat irons..

    good looking hunka beef! i cook mine to 135 and then rest. get a perfect med/rare pushing medium!!
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    looks very juicey and good

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    Good save!
    Looks great!
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    Very nice color and would make for some nice leftover taco's around here.
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    Superior, DooD , How u likin ur new grate?
    LOve to grill and eat .
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    Looks real good.
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