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Sirloin tip roasts are an ideal cut of meat to prepare in a slow cooker. They are cut from the hind quarter of the cattle and have little fat, but have an excess of connective tissue. Read More…

I do this all of the time. First you must salt and pepper the roast, roll it in floor and sear on all sides in a skillet (cast iron works best for this, be sure to use a small amount of oil, just enough to keep if from sticking)  Read More…

A sirloin tip roast is a tough cut of meat that benefits from methods that cook the meat slowly or otherwise trap the moisture inside. If you’re worried about butchering your sirloin tip roast (excuse the pun), read below the jump for a few methods on properly cooking it. Read More…

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Food blogging can be pretty frustrating at times, but especially when you’ve made a recipe that tasted great, but the photos didn’t really make the food look good.  I made this Slow Cooker Pork Sirloin Tip Roast with Balsamic Vinegar, Rosemary, and Red Onions for the second time and the final photos still weren’t anything I was happy with, when I noticed this photo of the pork roast in the slow cooker. Read More…

What do you think of when you think of comfort food?  I think of a lot of things, but my mom’s home cooked meals take me on stroll down memory lane.  One particular meal that was popular on a Sunday after church was a slow cooked roast paired with mashed potatoes, corn and warm rolls. Read More…

Costco is running a great deal on pork this month and as part of a project to promote the National Pork Board I am posting one of my favorite recipes using my trusty crock pot and a Sirloin Tip Roast from Costco. Pork is considered the “other white meat” and it is relatively easy to prepare. I recently made a trip to my local Costco to pick up the things I needed to make a really great dinner for my family using pork. Read More…

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Place roast on rack in roasting pan. In bowl, mash garlic with salt to form paste; stir in oil and pepper. Spread over roast. Roast in 500°F (260°C) oven for 30 minutes. Reduce heat to 275°F (140°C); roast until meat thermometer inserted into centre registers 140°F (60°C) for medium-rare, about 2 hours. Read More…

I started out searching for a Tri Tip roast, but in my part of the country it can be a challenge to find. What I did come across was piece of beef called a Sirloin Tip Roast. This cut comes off the cow right beside the Tri Tip section (hence: Tri Tip’s Cousin), but it’s actually part of the Bottom Round from the hind quarter. Read More…

For many restaurants, the roast beef po-boy is, if not exactly the raison d’etre, a source of pride. It is the reason a sizable portion of its clientele show up much of the time. For others, it is a duty ably fulfilled for the privilege of flying the po-boy banner. Read More…

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Yesterday I purchased a 4.5 pound sirloin tip roast because the prices was such a good deal. I probably shouldn’t have done that. I was getting ready to get down my slow cooker when I realized I better get my recipes. That started the problem. Read More…

First time I tried this.  I am really bored of my regular cooks, and looking for something new.  Marinated in Dichickos Garlic, done indirect at 350 for two hours until the internal was 135. Flavor was good, but it was a bit tough.  I think it is going to get cut fine and used in a pot pie next week. Read More…

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