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Old 09-05-2011, 05:11 PM   #21
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My wife wants burgers tonight. What am to do with all the tri tip I bought? I wish I had a meat grinder.
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My wife wants burgers tonight. What am to do with all the tri tip I bought? I wish I had a meat grinder.
I believe I've seen a chef on TV take 2 chef's knives and chop up some beef pretty fine.
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Old 09-05-2011, 06:55 PM   #23
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I believe I've seen a chef on TV take 2 chef's knives and chop up some beef pretty fine.
As in doing a drum solo on the cutting board? I might just experiment with one tri tip to see how it turns out.
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As in doing a drum solo on the cutting board? I might just experiment with one tri tip to see how it turns out.
Yes! It might have been Morimoto, but I can't really remember.
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Old 09-05-2011, 08:30 PM   #25
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I ground some chuck in the food processor once, the results were somewhat, um, chunky and uneven. My mom used to have an old fashioned meat grinder that would probably have worked better.

Hope you find a use for your tri tip, Roadfix!
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I decided to do both. Formed eight 1/3 lb patties. Garlic, S & P on the tri tip...
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I decided to do both. Formed eight 1/3 lb patties. Garlic, S & P on the tri tip...
Perfect compromise! Looks good!
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