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    Senior Member MossyMO's Avatar
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    3 Eyz Tri-tip and a Tatonka Dust Tri-tip

    Had a couple of tri-tips to do and looking for a little variation applied different seasonings, 3 Eyz and then also Tatonka Dust to the tri-tips and fridged them individually wrapped over night.


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    Gave the tri-tips some oak/charcoal smoke for 2 hours with the grill running at 150.


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    Turned up the grill to 250 and added a potato/veggie mix with fresh minced garlic.


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    Towards the end of the cook added some garlic toast.


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    Tri-tips were cooked to 140 and foiled for a half hour rest before slicing.

    Here is the tri-tip seasoned with 3 Eyz.


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    Here is the tri-tip seasoned with Tatonka Dust.


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    Her's and his plates...


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    Close up!



    Thanks for looking!

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    You got a nice smoke ring on that tri tip!
    I bet it was delicious!
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    You killed those tri's! Well done
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    Marty, you know I'm a sucker for those close-up shots. Nicely done!


    What differences in flavor, etc. are there between the two rubs?
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    Good looking tri tips, nice job!
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    Looks great!! I am ready for some beef tonight!! I butchered a sirloin this past weekend and couldn't decide what to do with the tritip - ended up cutting into steaks. Maybe keep it whole next time...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TentHunter View Post
    Marty, you know I'm a sucker for those close-up shots. Nicely done!


    What differences in flavor, etc. are there between the two rubs?
    The seasonings are completely different, 3Eyz is more of a traditional paprika, salt, sugar; while the Tatonka Dust has Worcestershire powder, soy sauce powder, salts, peppers, garlic.

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