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First time Petit Tender

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    First time Petit Tender

    I decided to try something different today. The local grocery called the package a Bottom Blade Petit Tender Whole and it came from Canadian AA beef which is the equivalent to US Select. At first I wanted to slow cook them with some hickory and reverse sear like I do tritip but the wife notified me after they were already on the grill that they needed to be done in a hurry so I had to shift them over to the hot side. Internal temp was only 70 F. I would have liked them to reach 110 F internal before moving them but over all they turned out pretty good! As you can tell, they're very juicy I brought them in when internal temp reached 125 F and cut them up without resting. 4 minutes a side.

    They were salted in the morning before leaving for work and put them in the fridge until I got home. Before lighting the charcoal I seasoned them with some of my own rub and oil that was left over from a few days ago.

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    Looks really good to me, just the doneness I like.

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    • cdd315
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      Thanks John, wasn't my best cook but still turned out OK. I'm really liking the Weber!

    #3
    Now that's just beautiful beef right there. Mouth watering :-)

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    • Henrik
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      I hear you, brother.

    • Huskee
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      I've done that with round roasts...it's excellent! Try the board sauce with it, if you like herbs it's amazing with the meat.

    • cdd315
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      I considered a board sauce, but like I mentioned above I was short for time

    #4
    Good looking beef my friend. You let your wife touch your grill? LOL

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    • cdd315
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      Thanks Bob! I don't have to worry to much about her touching the grill, when it comes to charcoal and bbq she knows to stand back

    • Papa Bob
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      very cool just playing, we know that I am the boss in my family, AND MY WFE SAYS I CAN SAY THAT!!!!

    • cdd315
      cdd315 commented
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      I hear ya

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