How Its Made Season 14
How Its Made Season 14 episode 13 Solar Salt
The video at two minutes said the salt goes across a screen that has progressively smaller holes. That might be an error because if they are progressively larger that would actually do the job because if they were large and they were going smaller everything would fall through the bigger holes. Duh.
1.56 I think you mean progressively larger holes, if they where progressively smaller all the salt would fall through at the start
And here I thought that Overwatch was the greatest source of salt in the world.
So a guy's sitting in a bar drinking a beer when the bartender asks if he wants some peanuts.
"heck no' says the guy." Peanuts are salty and that'll just make me drink more beer. You must think your customers are really stupid".
The bartender says "No, I just think the customers are stupid. When I thought they were REALLY stupid I had a salt lick over by the juke box"!
3:11 who says culinary salt?
Wagyu Reverse Seared Tri
Wagyu Reverse Seared Tri Tip on the Golden's Cast Iron Cooker
#beef #tritip #heathrilesbbq
WHAT HEATH USED IN THIS VIDEO:
• Heath Riles BBQ Simple Citrus Rub https://bit.ly/3kTdEU9
• Heath Riles BBQ Beef Rub https://bit.ly/37herYH
• Black Gloves https://amzn.to/3a1FbPU
• ChefAlarm http://www.thermoworks.com/ChefAlarm?tw=HEATHRILESBBQ
• Tri Tip (We got ours from the Butcher Shoppe in Pensacola, FL)
• Heath Riles BBQ Simple Citrus Rub
• Heath Riles BBQ Beef Rub
1. Get grill up to temp of 250º-275º, we used Royal Oak Charcoal and Pecan Wood.
2. Season Tri Tip with Heath Riles BBQ Simple Citrus Rub and allow to sit for approximately 20 minutes while grill comes up to temp.
3. Season meat with Heath Riles BBQ Beef Rub before placing on the grill.
4. Put Tri Tip on cooker with heat diverter in place and insert Thermoworks ChefAlarm (if you wish) into meat until internal temperature reaches 110º.
5. Once internal temp is reached, remove heat diverter and crank up your fire to sear off the Tri Tip.
6. Sear meat until an internal temperature of 125º is reached. Remove meat from heat and allow to rest before slicing.
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Looks delicious! Love a good Tri-Tip ??
SoCal guy here, good job on the Tri-Tips!
Tri-Tip cooks pretty fast, I've had 4lb Tri-Tips cook in 50 mins @ 275F. Reverse sear is my favorite method with Tri-Tip.
Looks fantastic, what slicer are you using?
Congrats on 10k Heath, OB PROUD!!
the long awaited
the long awaited sequel
This is so true haha ? about management haha
Part of my brain thinks this sounds like chills
Jimmy's a good kid and everything but that slogan he made up was terrible
Damn, Jimmy got Skeeted on