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How To Grill The Perfect Tri Tip Roast | BBQ Tri Tip Steak | Texas Style Cuisine



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Please watch, like, subscribe, and share this video. Tri tip is the darling of California. Sometimes you hear it called a tri tip roast and sometimes it is called a tri tip steak. Either way it is a great and today on Texas Style Cuisine I am going to show how to grill a tri tip. Now this is not your traditional way to cook a tri-tip, but it is a very good way. I do have an excellent tri tip recipe that is cooked more of a Santa Maria style tri tip. That recipe was given to me by one of my subscribers from the Santa Maria area of California. Now I will tell you people can get pretty defensive when cooking tri-tip and they will defend they way of cooking a tri-tip steak to the death. So give my recipe of how to cook a tri tip on the grill a try and let me know what you think. Also prease remember to share my video of “How To Grill The Perfect Tri Tip Roast | BBQ Tri Tip Steak Texas Style Cuisine”. This is an excellent recipe, with and excellent cut of meat. Do yourself a favor and try this recipe, it is a great one.

How To Grill Tri-tip Steak Santa Maria Style

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Beat Winter Boredom: Throw an Outdoor Après-Ski or Sledding Party



The slopes are the place to be in the wintertime, from Mammoth and Big Bear in Southern California, to Big Sky in Montana, to Stowe, Vermont, and many places in between. Even Mankato, Minnesota, has a ski resort. (Don’t believe me? Google Mount Kato.)

Snowboarding, skating, and sledding are options, of course, as is cross-country skiing. What all these activities have in common is they get you outside and moving. An added advantage is that all are relatively safe to practice while the pandemic is active, being both social and independent pursuits. In other words, it’s easy to maintain safe distances between yourself and your mates.

As a reward for getting off the couch, we propose an outdoor après ski party. Pronounced “ah-pray skee,” it’s a French term for “after ski.” It’s that sweet spot between an afternoon (or day) of invigorating activity and dinner. Or maybe it is dinner. You can interpret it loosely.

In the Swiss Alps, a day shooshing down the mountainside might be celebrated with raclette—essentially, roasted cheese, partially melted near a fire, then scraped onto bread. I was obsessed with raclette when I was a child. I didn’t know the proper name, but was beguiled by this passage in the classic book “Heidi” by Johanna Spyri:

“When the kettle was boiling, the old man put a large piece of cheese on a long iron fork, and held it over the fire, turning it to and fro, till it was golden-brown on all sides. Heidi had watched him eagerly. Suddenly she ran to the cupboard. When her grandfather brought a pot and the toasted cheese to the table, he found it already nicely set with two plates and two knives and the bread in the middle. Heidi had seen the things in the cupboard and knew that they would be needed for the meal.”

As you can imagine, the brick of Velveeta in the family refrigerator fell a bit short of my expectations.

Which is why Steven’s recipe for A New Raclette so intrigued me. It appears here for the first time, but will be featured during a new episode of Project Fire when the show begins airing this spring. (Contact your local public television station to make sure they intend to carry the show.)

Like the classic raclette, it is served with small potatoes and cornichon (small cucumber pickles), but takes things further. You know Steven! This rendition features a terrific product, Rougette Bonfire Marinated Grilling Cheeses. If you can’t find them, substitute another grilling cheese like halloumi. (For more on cheeses that can be grilled, click here.)

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Other main course options for your party could include nachos, brats, kebabs, or anything that cooks fairly quickly and can be eaten easily by potentially mittened guests. A portable campstove/fire pit like this one, which burns propane, wood, or charcoal, ensures you can cook in style. But there are a number of small grills we like, including Weber’s Smoky Joe and Lodge’s Sportsman hibachi.

For beverages, consider beer, wine, mulled wine, or hot toddies.


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7 TIPS to help you control the TEMPERATURE of your BBQ – BBQ Know How



Controlling the temperature of a charcoal BBQ can be difficult to understand if you aren't used to it… but if doesn't have to be. With some simple techniques and lots of practice, you can quickly get to grips with it.

The 7 tips in this video will give you a basic understanding of how to hit your target temperature each time you fire up. Consistency comes with practice so don't be put off if you struggle in the beginning.

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Chris Lilly and Mike Golic Give Tailgating Tips



ESPN's Mike Golic, grilling expert Chris Lilly, and Kingsford Charcoal provide some quick home tailgating tips, fantasy football picks and propose a Tailgating Bill of Rights.

Go to to sign the Tailgating Bill of Rights. And for more grilling information, head over to for tips, tricks and great grill recipes.

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