Reverse Sear Smoked Tri-Tip with Fresh Salsa

Is it possible that Fall BBQ'ing is even better than Summer BBQing It's cooler outside and you can get into the heartier meals!

Last time I went to the Masstown Butcher Shop, they had a beautiful tri-tip roast, so I picked it up. I have never cooked it before and was excited. I knew that Espresso Nice would be a great choice for this and did some research on the tri-tip.

The tri-tip is a triangle shaped cut taken from the bottom sirloin, which is usually used for making burger or stew meat. Using the reverse sear method for this cut lets you have a nice smokey flavour for a very tasty cut of beef. Traditionally this cut is served with a nice fresh tomato salsa which is perfect for this time of year with all the tomatoes and jalapeno's still locally available.


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