November Bombing Mission - Toxic Turkey!

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BigCasino

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Tri tips are a dead give away your from the west coast, they are very hard to find in the east, luckily there is a custom butcher shop near me that has them when I ask for them, nice cut of meat most don't know about! I used it to make beef on wick, they turned out awesome
 

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DrumsAndBeer":y2teo6uz said:
scotties22":y2teo6uz said:
Personally, just a little bit of salt and pepper is all a good piece of red meat needs.
Agreed. A really good piece of steak is kind of sacred for me. I rarely indulge, but when I do I don't want a lot of other flavors in the way.
I agree when it has been prepared properly.
 

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BigCasino":gqg0swo3 said:
Tri tips are a dead give away your from the west coast
Very true. The Tri-tip cut has been around for a really long time. I just read James Beard's simple foods which is a collection of quick culinary shorts he wrote for an American Airlines inflight magazine. He referenced the tri-tip several times. Of course he grew up in the Pacific Northwest. These shorts were written late in his career so we're talking 1970's. He preferred to grill on a clay hibachi. Funny how old becomes new again with the resurgence of the ceramic grills.

gravel":gqg0swo3 said:
I agree when it has been prepared properly.
Like a quick searing on each side? :twisted:
 
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