The weathermen got it wrong. It was supposed to stop snowing early afternoon, so planned a tri tip for dinner. Snow/sleet/rain/hail continued into the evening, so I rigged up a 'keep dry' device I can use until the Sunsetter is fixed. Seasoned up a tri tip, cooked direct at 400 until IT reached 125, then did a reverse sear for a few minutes. Sliced up real nice and was as tender as can be. And the snow on the Egg shelf kept the Tito's chilled despite the 400 degree Egg. Good dinner.
__________________________________________It's not a science, it's an art. And it's flawed.
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