How To Grill a Tri Tip Roast Page is online NOW!

We have just uploaded a major page for the site – How to Grill a Tri Tip Roast.  I have a feeling that this will become the most visited page on the site, and I’m very excited it is finished and out there.

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This article has 4 Comments

  1. Hi TT Guy,

    Gonna give this a go tonight. I have a marinated TT from Blackbelly here in Boulder CO. Have done many TTs with red oak smoke and dry rub, served up sliced very thin. This one is wet marinade. Wish me luck!

  2. Hi Tri Tip Guy!

    I’m camping this weekend and have a 3 lb tri tip to grill and share. I’m not bringing my own grill so will be using a campground still BBQ with no cover. Could I wrap it completely in foil after the initial sear? How do you think this would change the timing/tenderness? Thanks in advance!! Can’t wait to dig into it!

    1. That’s a good question – I had a friend create a tin foil cover when he went camping. He had one of those large tin foil pans and poked a couple of holes in the top to vent. The BBQ was enclosed on all four sides, so that helped. Just an idea.

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