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Old 10-25-2010, 03:33 PM   #101
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If you have an ocean boat....I will bring them to you!
I can meet you at the harbor!
Only problem is the 20-25 foot swells right now.......
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Old 10-25-2010, 03:57 PM   #102
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I can meet you at the harbor!
Only problem is the 20-25 foot swells right now.......
Yeh.........But are the fish bitin'?
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Old 10-25-2010, 11:25 PM   #103
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Fall Chinook still being caught........
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Old 10-27-2010, 01:43 PM   #104
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Anyone ever try any one of the marinated tri-tips from TJ's? They just look so good to toss on the grill. But at $6.99/lb that's quite a bit more than what I normally pay for plain, non-marinated tri-tips from the local supermarkets. Perhaps I'll try one on my next tri-tip cook.
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Old 10-27-2010, 02:21 PM   #105
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Anyone ever try any one of the marinated tri-tips from TJ's? They just look so good to toss on the grill. But at $6.99/lb that's quite a bit more than what I normally pay for plain, non-marinated tri-tips from the local supermarkets. Perhaps I'll try one on my next tri-tip cook.
I can't find tri-tips in eastern MA.
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Old 10-27-2010, 02:58 PM   #106
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Tri-tips are definately a west coast thing.

Santa Maria style BBQ is Tri-tip grilled over oak sliced and served with salsa on top.BBQ beans (McClintocks if you can get em')
and Garlic Bread with a salad. Santa Maria is a town in central CA. that popularized the cut.


I won't pay more than 2.50-3.00 a lb for them myself.They are expensive in the bay area but my BIL goes south regularly and gets them and the beans for me.
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I've asked a butcher and they know about it but they don't, carry it. Oh well.
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Old 10-27-2010, 08:02 PM   #108
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Ok, so I convinced my co-worker who lives above TJ's in the same building to try their marinated tri-tip tonight. :D
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Old 11-01-2010, 04:12 PM   #109
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I'm not usually an Indian food fan because it's usually too spicy for me but I do love curry (it's very healthy too) and so I purchased Trader Joe's frozen bag of Biryani Curried Rice Dish and WOW...it's got all the bells and whistles! Yum Yum Yum. The flavors are so intense though that I just had a tiny bowl. It would be awesome served with a bland chicken meal maybe. Any suggestions as to what to serve this with?

It's Fat Free, Vegetarian, and No MSG. The ingredients are Rice, Onions, Peas, Red Pepper, Apples, Raisins, and Natural Spices. I don't like raisins but they were delicious in this medley of flavors (plus they were warm and plumped up).

It says it's a "Product of Denmark" (i'm not joking)



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My favorite way to de-intensify is to add a serving to an omelet or scrambled eggs.

You could also add more cooked rice.
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