Tritip, ribs, roasted corn, garlic bread. Didn’t get as many pics as I had planned to, too busy cooking 😁.

  • @Modoc
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    49 months ago

    How do you season the trip tip? Cheers man looks incredible

    • @Hasherm0nOP
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      39 months ago

      Thank you! It’s a mixture of salt, white pepper, black pepper, garlic, and some parsley / oregano.

    • @Hasherm0nOP
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      59 months ago

      And I’m sure it misses you as well.

      I live about 20 minutes north of Santa Maria, it’s practically part of my religion.

        • @No1
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          49 months ago

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      • Shitpostpolice
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        39 months ago

        I’m from Paso. We had tri tip sandwiches every football game on Fridays! I’m currently lying in Utah, there’s no BBQ out here.

        • @Hasherm0nOP
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          29 months ago

          So good. I graduated from AG longer ago than I care to admit and that is definitely a tradition.

          Condolences on the BBQ desert.

  • The Giant Korean
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    39 months ago

    The food looks delicious, and that grill is so cool.

  • @muffedtrims
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    29 months ago

    Love me a good tri-tip. Fantastic less expensive cut.

  • guyrocket
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    9 months ago

    This looks great.

    I found after I got a tripod grill for camping that being able to raise/lower your grill/grate makes a HUGE difference for the food you’re cooking. MUCH easier to regulate heat than with a fixed grill. I highly recommend it. I’ve cooked some awesome steaks that way.

    This setup looks like the pro-level adjustable grill.

    I can’t tell,…are you cooking over wood or is that lump charcoal?

    • @Hasherm0nOP
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      29 months ago

      Being able to raise and lower is great. The grill is one at one of the local parks. Most of the perks around here have at least one which you can reserve.

      As for what I’m cooking on, it’s actually both! I used about 2 bundles of red oak, then a bunch of a good natural oak charcoal that I really like to help fill it out. I had more of both in reserve, but it ended up being just the right amount for what I needed.