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    Good Evening From Central TX

    I’m living proof, as a newbie, that if you can follow directions you can create fabulous copies of beautiful creations.
    Christmas dinner this year was a prime rib that I have had in the freezer for a while....was afraid to screw it up. Cooked for a little over 2:45 at 250 on a Webber kettle using the snake method with a couple small pieces of pecan. Then pull at 120 to rest while I stoked the fire with some more charcoal for searing.
    My wife said that it was worth fighting over. The 7y.o. Ate 2 slices, and both dogs are still following me around the house......I’ll take that as everyone’s seal of approval. My Thanks to Meathead and the staff for their hard work in making this info available to all of us. I look forward to many more tasty cooks in the feature......... Click image for larger version

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    Welcome from the California Delta


      Welcome from Virginia!


        Welcome aboard from Virginia Beach. BTW nice looking Prime Rib.


          Welcome! That’s a beautiful looking prime rib.


            Welcome from Farmville, Va..


              Howdy from Kansas Territory, Welcome to Th Pit!

              Lookin forward to learnin along with, an from ya !


                Welcome, that prime rib looks fantastic!


                  Welcome to The Pit.


                    Welcome from Maryland. Great looking cook.


                      Welcome to the pit, that looked great. Enjoy the Wikipedia of BBQ !!
                      Last edited by jharner; December 26, 2020, 07:51 PM.


                      • Mr. Bones
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                        LOL BBG? Really, amigo??? J/K I've effed up far worse, over th years, I can cite multiple instances....

                        Do appreciate yer enthusisam, points duly awarded, Brother!

                      • jharner
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                        What you talking about, looks rite to me

                      That looks great.


                        Welcome from just down the road. We're just west of Comanche.


                          That is a great looking roast!
                          Welcome form Wisconsin. Glad you could join us!


                            You done good!



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