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Old 02-24-2019, 03:48 PM   #1
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Default Pineapple Ginger Tri-Tip

Jaccard tenderized Tri-tip marinated 18hrs



Pineapple Ginger Marinade for Beef
1 20oz can crushed Pineapple, juice and all
1 big thumb sized knob of ginger, peeled and grated
1C orange juice
1/4C Worcestershire sauce
1/8C soy sauce
1T fish sauce
1T Kosher salt







Now its into the smoker with some Cherry and bring them to an IT of 110-115, and then finish on the grill to an IT of 135

To go with these I've kebabs of pineapple, onion and bell pepper to grill.
And an Italian style casserole of zucchini, squash, onion and bell pepper in a nice roasted veggie marinara sauce.







And here are the goods, the eagerly awaited finale...

This beef turn out great, the marinade was fantastic.
The beautifully subtle flavor of pineapple/ginger and the rich beefiness combined dazzlingly in the mouth.
My younger son took one bite and said, "Make it again Dad."







I was wishing I had some Parmesan reggiano to top this with.


Dinner is Served!
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beautiful-----as usual! when i first read the first word, i thought it was "jacuzzi". i was thinking, WTH? can't wait to see this recipe, but then reread it and came back to earth.
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beautiful-----as usual! when i first read the first word, i thought it was "jacuzzi". i was thinking, WTH? can't wait to see this recipe, but then reread it and came back to earth.
Souse vide =Jacuzzi

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Old 02-24-2019, 06:42 PM   #4
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I keep contemplating getting a Sous vide machine.
Very popular cooking appliance and the meals I see made are fantastic.
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I've looked at a few. Gonna pull the trigger soon

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I am back to my sanity now that your back!!!!
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Where did you find a Tri-tip? Have not seen one on a shelf since I left Santa Maria...
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Where did you find a Tri-tip? Have not seen one on a shelf since I left Santa Maria...
Butcher shop local to me here in Mobile, South Alabama Custom Meats.
I had to bug them for awhile, once he got them in I bought twelve of'em.
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WOW you the man. Looking good. By the way what is tri tip??
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WOW you the man. Looking good. By the way what is tri tip??
It is a very lean, tasty cut off the Bottom Sirloin.
It only averages about 3lbs, so I always cook two.





And cutting a Tri-tip is like cutting a Packer brisket as the grain runs two directions.


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