Tri-tip was actually ground beef before 1915 - that's crazy! After that, it was called the "triangle part." However, in 1955 - nine years after Pumpkin Creek Ranch was established - you could order the "triangle tip" at Jack's Corsican Room in Long Beach. The name "tri-tip" publicly surfaced around 1964 on Desert Provisions' menu in Palm Springs, and then in the early 2020s, it appeared on YOUR dinner menu for a meal shared with friends and family.
Though you can't read about this meal on the Wikipedia tri-tip timeline, it was a memorable event! Why? Because you didn't just use any tri-tip. No, you chose one that had been slowly grown a year longer than anything your guests had eaten before - and they tasted the difference! Time to make history - grab this Pumpkin Creek Ranch Tri-tip, and invite some friends!
Average Weight: 3.3 lbs
21 day Dry-Aged
100% Single-Origin Red Angus Beef
Grass Fed, Flax and Barley Finished
Frozen & Vacuum Packaged
Raised/finished on pasture grass, legumes and small grains/seeds including flax