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This is the best way to cook tri tip. I used low sodium soy sauce, Coor's original, and crown royal because it's what I had. Hubby loved it too. We WILL be making this again.

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Hotcooking_21 July 26, 2009

A huge hit! Was my first time smoking red meat, and this tri-tip was excellent. Most agreed it was the best tri-tip they had tasted. Was a little salty for me, might mix it up a bit next time. I am a little picky when it comes to salt, though.

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49erboy June 10, 2013

We did this over night. Left out the whiskey, cuz we didn't have any. DELICIOUS!!! My hubby wants to make it again this weekend!

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Charmie777 July 22, 2012

Ooooooooooooooooooooo baby! This was SO good, but we changed it up a bit, so let me clarify. Halved the recipe, used Belgian Hefenweizen beer (whatever that is), and omitted the whiskey, salt and habanero sauce. It was plenty salty from the ingredients we DID use not being diluted by those we DIDN'T use. (Did that make any sense?) The next day we made sandwiches on toasted bread with mayo, spinach leaves, red onion slices and pepperoncini peppers. YUM! Speaking of soy sauce, that's what we use in our steak/burger marinade (Steak and Burger Marinade). Thank you for posting, Ty. This went rapidly shooting straight into my ~ENCORE~ cookbook of favorites!

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Sandi (From CA) July 09, 2011

YUM YUM AND DOUBLE YUM. This is excellent! Our roast was less than 4-lb and cooked much faster, so bear this in mind. We only marinated overnight and it was still wonderful. We won't be looking further for a tri-tip recipe!

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Juliawiggins September 15, 2009
Ty's 3 Day Smoked Tri-Tip