Grass fed Beef Tri Tip


Tri-tip is the 1-1.75 pounds of meat that comes from the bottom (“tip”) of the sirloin. Its name comes from its triangle shape and the fact that it is the at the very tip of the sirloin. It’s rich in meaty flavor and lower in fat than other cuts. Though the cut is lean and boneless, it’s still very tender and full of flavor. Tri-tip is sold as a small roast (the entire triangular cut from the tip of the sirloin), and can be sliced into tri-tip steaks.

Price $12.28 per pound

People across North America are discovering that tri-tip is a mouthwatering cross between a steak and a roast that’s perfect for grilling. It’s even been hailed as “poor man’s prime rib.”

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Tri-tip is very accommodating. You can season it just before cooking with a dry rub (as simple as coarse salt, pepper, and garlic powder), a wet rub or spice paste, marinate it for several hours before grilling, baste it as it cooks, or serve a sauce on the side.

Like flank steak, this lean cut is best when cooked to medium-rare (130 to 135 degrees). However, its tapered shape means the tail will be more done and can satisfy people who prefer their meat that way. The thicker center and head will still be pinkish-red.

Priced $12.28 per pound.