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    Low & Slow Tri-Tip

    My Smoke Day cook: Two USDA Choice tri-tips from Costco. Seasoned with salt, granulated garlic, ground pepper, and just a bit of parsley and MSG. Cooked at 250-275 to an internal temp of 130F. Used two chunks of post oak. Let meat rest for 10 minutes before slicing thin and serving on a toasted garlic buttered roll with a drizzle of barbecue sauce.

    I've not done tri-tip low in slow in the WSM for a long time...so good!





















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    Beautiful tri tip, boss!
    I haven’t smoked tri on the WSM yet, have on the kettle...
    looks perfect!!!
    although, not sure about that sauce/dark stuff atop this glorious beef...
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    Looks great Chris! Very, very respectful job. Santa Maria would be proud

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    Looks great. I have never done a tri tip on the WSM. I will have to give that a try one of these days.
    I didn't start my Smoke Day cook until 6 last night. (14 lb brisket) It is still on the 22WSM currently
    in the stall at 168. Hope it still qualifies a Smoke Day cook.
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    Wowzer!! That looks spectacular Chris.
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    Nice entry Chris.
    My first idea was also 2 pieces of Tri-Tip but as my butcher offered me a awesome Boston-Butt I couldn't resist.

    Very nice pics !
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