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  1. #646
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    Tri tip is great for stew, nothing else, and it's not a new thing. It's been around for a really long time. It sucks even more for leftovers. Chewy, grainy and honestly tasteless.

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    Lofl he still mad

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    Quote Originally Posted by spliff(TONE) View Post
    Lofl he still mad
    Nope. Not mad in the least. My personal opinion is that tri tip sucks for anything other than stew and roast. Even then, gotta be very careful how it's cooked. It's a ****** cut. Sorry if my opinion bothers you.

    In hindsight, I am upset. Had elbow surgery last Thursday and it hurts likes hell. Never knew how horrible my non dominant hand actually was.

    But still....tri tip is good for stew and should never see a grill.

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    Knew you were upset and don't care at all if you don't like this cut of beef. Sounds like you simply don't know how to prepare it (which is odd, since it isn't at all difficult).

    Different strokes....

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    Quote Originally Posted by spliff(TONE) View Post
    Knew you were upset and don't care at all if you don't like this cut of beef. Sounds like you simply don't know how to prepare it (which is odd, since it isn't at all difficult).

    Different strokes....
    There's not a single cut of meat that I don't know how to prepare. And by my vast experience in this category, tri tip and grills are not friends.

    Btw, when you send us pics of your grilled meat, please stop referring to it as."bbq'd". It's grilled, not bbq'd. 2 completely different things
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    What's for lunch?

    Damn, we talked about this before but in the Chicago area tri-tip I guess is viewed a bit differently.

    I think itís a damn fine piece if meet, especially perfectly medium rare.

    I cook them on my smoker, but then again I cook everything on my smoker except hot dogs.
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    Iíve done it in chili too and it was phenomenal


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    Quote Originally Posted by dbroncsinmo View Post
    There's not a single cut of meat that I don't know how to prepare.
    This guy must have huge balls. Such a masculine statement
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    Quote Originally Posted by dbroncsinmo View Post
    There's not a single cut of meat that I don't know how to prepare. And by my vast experience in this category, tri tip and grills are not friends.

    Btw, when you send us pics of your grilled meat, please stop referring to it as."bbq'd". It's grilled, not bbq'd. 2 completely different things
    *****, please. Tell us more about how something cooked on the barbecue isn't actually barbecued.

    Aren't you also the same guy that thinks Chipotle is excellent Mexican food? If so, that basically disqualifies your wannabe food critic credentials.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhino17 View Post
    This guy must have huge balls. Such a masculine statement
    Grill 'em and glaze' em, you got a meal that'll feed a family of six.

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    I won't know how the ribs came out until tomorrow. But right now they are fall off the bone literally. I don't think I posted the recipe but just in case, here it is:

    http://www.thecookingguy.com/cookboo...rq=short%20rib
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    Quote Originally Posted by dbroncsinmo View Post
    There's not a single cut of meat that I don't know how to prepare.


    Quote Originally Posted by rhino17 View Post
    This guy must have huge balls. Such a masculine statement
    lol, that's the exact **** my white homie Nick would say about his grilling.

    He would get drunk and randomly pick fights with people, he would try and act justified but he was almost always the instigator I could tell, lmaooo, the **** I've gotten into with him!!

    That's probably what dbronc was like in his hey day.

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    Wife and I are eating vegetarian this month. Gonna have some spinach and artichoke stuffed portobello caps for dinner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by debo View Post
    Wife and I are eating vegetarian this month. Gonna have some spinach and artichoke stuffed portobello caps for dinner.
    My condolences

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    Quote Originally Posted by debo View Post
    Wife and I are eating vegetarian this month. Gonna have some spinach and artichoke stuffed portobello caps for dinner.
    Nice man. Mind me asking how you are deciding what you are going to eat. Are you following any plan. I would like to get there


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