How To Carve A Tri-Tip Roast

This video from our companion site The Virtual Weber Bullet provides a quick tutorial on how to separate a tri-tip roast along its natural fat seam and slice each portion across the grain.

Slicing tri-tip across the grain results in meat that is perceived as more tender when eaten because the shorter meat fibers are easier to chew.

Hope you enjoy the video! You’ll find more videos on the TVWB YouTube channel.