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Re: cooking, smoking a tri-tip


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Posted by DanD on January 12, 2012 at 23:03:18:

In Reply to: cooking, smoking a tri-tip posted by Ron on January 12, 2012 at 12:41:29:

Hey Ron,
When I lived out that way, it was the go-to party meat. Take a full tritip and trim off the fat. Marinate in Italian Dressing (Bernsteins) for a few hours and then cook on a hot charcoal grill. Pull when it is Med-Rare, rest it and slice across the grain.
Simple, cheap(compared to steak), and delicious. (Not "official" BBQ, but still delicious). Throw in some baked potatoes, butter, sour cream, and some ice cold brews and it was a party.

Enjoy,
DanD

P.S. I suppose officially I should say that to make it a party you may need to add some friends... But.. Really,. it was that easy and good, friends were optional.

Good luck on your trials.


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