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Posted by Jeff Hughes on November 05, 2011 at 12:55:22:

In Reply to: Tri-tip - first timer posted by Barbecrew on November 05, 2011 at 08:49:09:

Tri tip is traditionally cooked direct on red oak. I like it 125-130 then rest...

Santa Maria rub is great, so is kosher salt and pepper...

Tri tip benefits from the sear of direct cooking. also, it's a cut with no real connective tissue to break down.

That said, in volume I've cooked them in my smoker many times. I run it around 300* and cook to the same internal temps. Very good, but not as good as grilled IMHO...


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