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  • Frozen Smoke
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    No problem smokenoob glad I could help. Will look forward to seeing your results!

  • smokenoob
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    There's been a run on those dryers, seems northerners are using em to bring spring in.....

  • smokenoob
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    Awesome! Thanks! Mine goes on Wednesday!

  • Frozen Smoke
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    smokenoob I took it of the smoker just a tad over 120 IT. I seared for may be 2 minutes per side flipping it twice. I didn't take the final IT but I'm guess it came in at about 130 which is right where I like it. It had some nice pink on it and the flavor was outstanding!

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  • smokenoob
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    Originally posted by Frozen Smoke View Post
    Got some prime grade tri tips from Creekstone Farms a couple weeks back. Pulled one out of the freezer and let thaw in the fridge during the week to be ready for this weekend. The wife was gone for the day kids were all busy elsewhere so it was a nice quiet day I could spend preparing something for my self, like a entire tri tip!!

    Any way here is the victim.

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    Dry brine for about 4 hours and then seasoned with a bit more salt and lots of black pepper and onto the smoker. Here it is at about 120 IT. Don't know why this pic got sideways on me. Like my fancy new pit temp monitoring device? Yep everybody's gonna want one now!


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    So now it's time to get the fire ready for the sear.

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    Before all this started I made a board sauce in the morning. It's been in the fridge letting all the flavors get to know each other all day. Fresh herbs were Thyme, Rosemary and Oregano, 2 cloves of garlic minced. Added juice from 1 lemon, salt, pepper and of course olive oil. I spread it out on the board while the tri tip is getting it's sear on.

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    Sear baby sear!

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    Right from the flames and onto the board sauce.

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    Wasted no time started slicing right away to get those juices to mingle with the board sauce. I didn't take the time to line everything up like a fancy brisket all sliced up. I was getting hungry by now!

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    Plated up. I smoke roasted some red potatoes and onions with a maple garlic seasoning I got from the spice House. It's a awesome blend.

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    Another crappy picture. It got all washed out for some reason. But I made a orange creme brulee for desert. It looks like a cereal bowl in the pic but it's a 3" ramekin. I don't make creme brulee often enough it was fantastic! And I get to play with more fire!!

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    Almost forgot. I found these pork steaks in the freezer too. I wet brined them in apple juice and Oak Ridge BBQ's Game Changer Brine mix and seasoned with Butchers Blend Back O' The Yards seasoning also from the Spice House and smoked em up. Didn't eat one they are for leftovers today and tomorrow I was devouring that tri tip.

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    First time with the board sauce. I know it won't be the last! The flavors were incredible. All I can say is if you haven't tried a board sauce yet get after it!


    What IT did you take it off smoke to sear? 130?

    How long was the sear?
    Thanks for the write up!!!

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  • DeusDingo
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    that looks awesome. you're making me hungry

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  • FireMan
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    Mebbee ya should use one of them hair dryer things to speed the thawin up. Member, we want pics.

  • smokenoob
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    I’m playin’ catch up here, tri-tip is thawing!

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  • Frozen Smoke
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    I'll be looking for your post on those tri tips. I think every week could and maybe should be tri tip week they are so dang good!

  • PJBowmaster
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    Hey Skip, I have a good friend in Blue Earth. But I don't usually go that way. I usually take I 80 to I 29 to I90 then West to the Black Hills....

  • gijsveltman
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    That tri-tip looks PERFECT! Great job!

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  • Frozen Smoke
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    Originally posted by FireMan View Post
    I didn’t want to steal your thunder, which is why I posted results on the whatcha cookin thread. The sauce was good, but I think I used a little to much lemon (1/2). But, my wife thought it was great on the broccoli that we cooked. So it was a winner all around.
    No problem FireMan your cook looked great! I used the juice from a whole lemon maybe 3 or 4 table spoons and I didn't notice it being too strong. But then my taste buds are getting old and less sensitive! Next time I might try a flavored olive oil and a different herb combo? But then again maybe I'll just leave good enough alone.

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  • Troutman
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    Now dang it you guys, especially you Frozen Smoke, I just paid Crown Cow a bunch of money for a Black Angus Tri-tip, coming on Friday. You guys owe me....well something.....guess I need to post it somewhere too. Is this officially tri-tip week or what?

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  • FireMan
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    I didn’t want to steal your thunder, which is why I posted results on the whatcha cookin thread. The sauce was good, but I think I used a little to much lemon (1/2). But, my wife thought it was great on the broccoli that we cooked. So it was a winner all around.

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  • Skip
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    PJBowmaster you will probably pass right by me in Blue Earth MN on I90. Stop and see the Green Giant Statue and give me a wave! Safe travels too!

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