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Thread: Teriyaki Tri Tip

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    Great caramelized crust and color from the sugars in Teriyaki. Plated slices couldn't look better! Great job! Now I'm officially hungry...

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    You got some great looking color on that TT Clint. The Costco's around here have been selling pre-marinated tri tips for years and they're not bad. Bet yours was delicious. Plain white Jasmine rice is one of my all time favorites.
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    Man all these Tri tip posts has me craving TT. Even better is yours the triple T! Looks great!

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    Yeah, me too! I have one if the freezer just begging for weekend enjoyment! I’m going to get it out now!
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    Great looking tri-tip. Looks super.

    Must be TT Week at TVWBB.
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    TVWBB Emerald Member Timothy F. Lewis's Avatar
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    Well, I pulled one from the freezer stock, I’m thinking maybe thawed by Monday.....
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