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Threw a couple of frozen tri-tips on bigJOE

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Got home from work last night only to realize that I forgot to take the tri-tips out of the freezer...that wasn't gonna stop us from having tri-tip! Ran water over the frozen meat, coated with rub, and let it sit while I brought bigJOE up to 250°. Threw the tt's on bigJOE, 1.5 hours of smokey heat later, they were sitting at 125°...took them off, revved the flame, and put a killer sear on them. They turned out GREAT!!

Curious to know how many of you guys have thrown frozen meat on a grill. It works :-)

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When i was researching how to cook a traditional Santa Maria Tri Tip. I found a recipe which recommended  sitting  a bag of frozen peas on top of the thinner pointed tip section of the Tri Tip (Prior to the cook and while the rest of the cut is coming to room temp) to even out the cook time with the thicker end. The guy, who was a reported Tri Tip  expert, said it makes for more tender and evenly cooked  meat all across the cut. 

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When i was researching how to cook a traditional Santa Maria Tri Tip. I found a recipe which recommended sitting a bag of frozen peas on top of thinner pointed tip section of the Tri Tip (Prior to the cook and while the rest of the cut is coming to room temp) to even out the cook time with the thicker end. The guy, who was a reported Tri Tip expert, said it makes for more tender and evenly cooked meat all across the cut.

it works, I do the same thing with turkey's...I ice the breast meat before cooking. Much more even results.

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Just noticed where you live javabeach, that truly is a beautiful place. My wife and I just love the Northwest. Go SeaHawks!

javabeach?? I live in N. California (Sacramento area)... like javabeach, only different... ;-)

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