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Reheat tri-tip uncut and wrapped in aluminum in the oven with added sauces at 350°F. Season, consider adding a sear, slice up and serve.
2 hours at room temp, 3-4 days in the fridge, or forever in the freezer. Divide and wrap for safety and practicality, and to keep smoked turkey tasting great.
0.5 pounds of tri-tip per adult if it’s central to the meal. Consider less if the tri-tip is only a part of the meal or you’re cooking.