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    That looks fantastic

  2. #12
    Looks great. I just did a test cook on tri tip and i recommend you try it. Smoked until IT of 105, turned up to 240 until IT of 160, wrapped in foil and cooked until IT of 190. Pulled and rested 1 hour. It was the most tender and juicy tip I have ever cooked.

  3. #13
    We do Tri tip a lot . Try seasoning with cash cow and peppered cow..
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    I agree with Jim, Cash Cow is phenomenal on TT. Also, try one on a BPS drum with oak wood (preferably red oak but any oak will do) and do reverse sear on it! Use a balsamic glaze and a touch of sriracha as your glue for the Cash Cow. When it's done let some slices of butter melt over the top....heaven on a platter!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by scooter View Post
    Use a balsamic glaze and a touch of sriracha as your glue for the Cash Cow. When it's done let some slices of butter melt over the top....heaven on a platter!!
    Wow Scooter that sounds fantastic! Hope to have my MAK set up and running this weekend, that may be one of my first cooks...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goosehunter51 View Post
    Looks great. I just did a test cook on tri tip and i recommend you try it. Smoked until IT of 105, turned up to 240 until IT of 160, wrapped in foil and cooked until IT of 190. Pulled and rested 1 hour. It was the most tender and juicy tip I have ever cooked.
    Interesting!! I'll have to give that a shot next time I find some on sale! And Scooter, I love the idea of the balsamic for the 'glue', that sounds fantastic!
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    Both balsamic and sriracha as glue I learned from BP.
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