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  • Re: Reverse Sear Tri Tip Success

    Next time I will set up a two zone cook on the XL. That way I do not have to wait as long for the temp to ramp up. I agree that it could have been a bit more rare and seared however the meat was moist and full of flavor throughtout the Tri Tip.
  • Reverse Sear Tri Tip Success

    This was my 2nd attempt at a reverse sear tri tip. Followed the Malcom Reed How to BBQ Right video. 
    Rubbed the Tri Tips with Olive Oil and Raising the Steaks Rub.

    Indirect at 250 dome with one chunk of post oak, pulled at 115 internal. Then direct at 4 mins per side.
    Rested for 15 mins

    Best Tri Tip so far. Next time I will try the Chimi Churi sauce recipe.

  • Cornish Hen

    Yesterday I cooked a Cornish Hen for the second time using RRP's method, 50 mins Breastside up and flipped for 20 at 350 dome.
    Results were pretty good, used Tsunami Spin for the rub.

  • Re: Gospel Pork Butt

    You've been killing it. I'm jelly. 
    Thanks
  • Re: Gospel Pork Butt

    This was the best pork butt that I have cooked. This time I waited to pull it off the egg a little longer at 198 internal. FTCed for about 2 1/2 hrs. The meat easily pulled yet had great flavor and moisture. Everyone went for seconds and there was just a little left for everyone to take home.


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