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Tri Tip at Trader Joes'

duckeggduckegg Posts: 267
edited 1:25AM in EggHead Forum
Anybody tried it?

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  • stikestike Posts: 15,597
    duckegg,
    no
    but nice to know they carry it.
    how much?

    ed egli avea del cul fatto trombetta -Dante
  • duckeggduckegg Posts: 267
    stike,
    I don't have their flyer handy but I think it was about $4 a pound. Sounded good to me.

  • HermHerm Posts: 206
    duckegg,
    I did, and I thought it was great.
    I'll be getting another one soon.[p]

  • duckeggduckegg Posts: 267
    stike,
    Check that! All Natural Austrailian Tri-Tip $4.99 lb.

  • stikestike Posts: 15,597
    duckegg,
    select or choice?
    sounds good if choice

    ed egli avea del cul fatto trombetta -Dante
  • BajaTomBajaTom Posts: 1,269
    stike,
    It is choice and comes plain or seasoned. I use to buy them all the time until Sams started to carry tri tip regularly. Around St Louis they $5.99 a LB. Good luck, Tom

  • JQuinnJQuinn Posts: 44
    duckegg,
    that is a great price compared to mine last week at publix. It was 6.99 per pound. what is the average price??? later JQ

  • Morro Bay RichMorro Bay Rich Posts: 2,227
    duckegg,
    YES!! I find it to rival the best in the supermarkets. Trader Joe's is Choice grade ($5.99/pound). Out here in tri-tip country, most supermarkets carry Select grade ($2.99/pound) although they don't tell you that. They call it by some other market specific name and you have to specifically ask "What grade is it?" Usually the person behind the counter won't tell you right off. You have to insist that you want to know the USDA grade and let them know that you know all meat sold in the US has to have been graded they will finally tell you.[p]As to Trader Joe's tri-tip: that is all I buy anymore ... it is well worth the extra dollars.[p]So I'd say, "Run, don't walk and get all they have".

  • dhuffjrdhuffjr Posts: 3,182
    JQuinn,
    I've paid 9.99 at a la-dee-da grocery store. I've also paid 1.99 a pound at a butcher. [p]Honestly the 9.99 tritip was better and more tender. The one from the butcher was cut off the cow and then into my hands. Musta be a select cow :>)[p]H

  • DaytonEggerDaytonEgger Posts: 66
    dhuffjr,[p]Is the la-dee-da grocery store DLM by any chance? They sometimes have a tri-tip for sale, but they are always on the small side.

  • BBQ SavantBBQ Savant Posts: 22
    duckegg,
    I've cooked 4 or 5 T Joes tri tips and they are very good. I did a hugh one this past Friday night and plan to slice up the leftovers for sandwiches tonight.

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