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First Tri-Tip

BamaEGGBamaEGG Posts: 169
edited 8:06AM in EggHead Forum
Had the butcher cut my first tri-tip today. Ever since I started reading this forum I have seen tri-tip cook after tri-tip cook come across the electronic waves. Figured I had to try it.

Now, how about some suggestions on the cook. Should I just do a regular ole T-Rex or add something special to it?

:huh:
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Comments

  • TRexTRex Posts: 2,708
    tritipsliced-web.jpg

    Here's one that I did a while back:

    http://www.houseoffaulkner.com/tritip.html

    Also, Morrow Bay Rich has a nice recipe here:

    http://eggsbythebay.com/Recipes.php

    Good luck,

    TRex
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  • Good Job for the first one.
    My Best,
    Ross
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  • NUmanNUman Posts: 37
    I live in Nebraska so I should know every type of meat there is but what is a Tri-Tip? I've never heard about it until I got on this forum.
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  • BamaEGGBamaEGG Posts: 169
    See, you are in the same boat I was. I had to look it up on the web. I had to ask the butcher today for one because they didn't have one cut. The one they cut me is only 1.64 lbs though. Still thats plenty for me and the wife.

    The way I understand it the Tri-Tip is part of the bottom sirloin.
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