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    Prime Rib

    Just curious how long would it take to smoke a prime rib in a WSM 22.5 ? plus any ideas on how to do it? any help would be helpful thank you

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    That depends on the size of the roast and the temp you cook at. We need more details.

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      #3
      To add to Pit Boss, I would not put any wood, just what the charcoal gives with respect to flavor.

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        #4
        I figure a small one like 6lbs if I can get one that small thank you for any help

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          #5
          When you ask how long, I am guessing you do not have Meat Probes for temperature if you do not have one I would not attempt an expensive cut of meat based on time. Disregard if you do.

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            #6
            Start here: http://amazingribs.com/recipes/beef/...rib_roast.html

            Following this guide got me a nearly perfect prime rib on the first try. Use a thermometer to tell when it's done, but to estimating timing, From the guide:

            Cooking time. In order to reach medium rare, 130 to 135°F, in the deepest part of a roast, if it is boneless and hovering above a pan with liquid in it, if cooking starts with the meat at refrigerator temp of about 38°F, if air temp at the level of the meat is 225 to 250°F, estimate about 30 minutes per inch in diameter plus 20 minutes to sear at the end of the cook, about 5 minutes on each of the four sides. That means for a 4" thick roast, cooking should take about 2 hours of indirect cooking, plus about 20 minutes searing over direct heat.

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            • boftx
              boftx commented
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              Agreed. I use a Mav, but generally allow 2 - 3 hours for a roast when set up for 2 zone on the grill, a bit longer when in the smoker at 250 give or take.

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