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Re: Grilling season

Postby OvertheTop » Tue Jul 22, 2008 11:57 am

i was born and raised by santa maria lol i miss tri tip so much, but this changed my mind http://grilling.safeway.com/recipe.cfm?recipeid=9 cherry cola ribs



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Re: Grilling season

Postby freeride21a » Tue Jul 29, 2008 12:11 am

Tri-tip, when I can find it here at a decent price, I will sub london broil for it, but it is a poor substitue. Country style pork ribs, pork spare ribs, and beef ribs. I will sometimes do chicken as well as salmon, but my favorites are tri-tip and the pork spare ribs. I do tri-tips with either dry rubs or with just kosher salt and fresh ground pepper. The pork spare ribs I use a light coating of maggi sauce(type of soy sauce) and a light rub. The grill is a webber 22" kettle bbq set up for indirect heat, mesquite chips are used for smoke.

country style pork ribs.
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