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Tri Tip (Brisket-Style) on the Grilla OG

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    Tri Tip (Brisket-Style) on the Grilla OG

    My photo skills need work but very happy with my end result.
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    #2
    Wow, that looks awesome!

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      #3
      Been wanting to get a good tri-tip and cook her until probe tender. Sweet pics!

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        #4
        Nice ring! For some reason my wife doesn't like tri-tip. If done right, I find it to be very tender and tasty. I really like it.

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          #5
          I love Tri-Tip. Never smoked it only reverse seared and sliced. That looks great.

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            #6
            Nice! Fun to make a Tri Tip like that once in awhile. Great post.

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              #7
              You done Good!
              PBR good.
              I cook tri-tip on a pellet grill, reverse sear on grill grates.

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                #8
                Looks good but out of curiosity why did you cut a hunk off the top?

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                • Baltimorelger
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                  Ha. That’s actually the slice from the end and I just placed it on top.

                #9
                Never tried tri-tips cooked like a brisket. I've only cooked them to 130 degF then seared them. By brisket style I assume you smoked it at a low temp until probe tender. What temp did it end up at?

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                • Baltimorelger
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                  I smoked it at 225 til 165. Then wrapped it in butcher paper to 195 and then let it go the last 5 degrees unwrapped to 200. Pulled it and rested it for 45 minutes and dove in.

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