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    Merry Christmas! - Prime Rib today!

    Cooked this 5.25 lb. trimmed, boneless “Prime” (Choice) Rib bad boy on my Weber Performer 22.5” using KBB. Used 2.2 oz. of Apple wood chunks. Followed MH’s recipe – rubbed with Mrs. O’Leary’s Cow Crust. Fat cap removed, kept rib cap on, and got it as round as possible. Approximate cook time 3.5 hrs. at a pretty steady 225°. Reverse seared to perfection. Family loved it! Check it out!

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    Last edited by Smokin'Rick; December 25, 2014, 08:12 PM.

    #2
    Beautimous!

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      #3
      Rick, you're the man. I missed my invite. Next time.

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        #4
        This long time line dog thinks he is seeing a true work of art! Well done Rick! The crust is excellent and the color is perfect.

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        • Huskee
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          Agreed!

        #5
        Did the exact same thing for dinner. On sale at Publix for $7.29 a lb. Turned out great. Also had garlic mashed potatoes. Nom nom

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        • FLBuckeye
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          Exactly! And when I pour the juices from my cutting board drainage channel, I am good to go. I always get the last piece / most juice

        • Smokin'Rick
          Smokin'Rick commented
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          Nicely done FLB! I bet the garlic mashed was as delicious!

        • David Parrish
          David Parrish commented
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          Looks excellent.

        #6
        Way to go rick

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          #7
          Wow Rick, that's awesome looking

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            #8
            Thank you all for your kind and encouraging comments. Always learning and getting better each time! I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas time with your families.

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              #9
              Textbook!

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                #10
                Gorgeous! Did you try the Secretariat Horseradish Sauce? We had Christmas dinner yesterday, my prime rib didn't turn out near as pretty as yours, my cooker kept spiking at 250 so ended up finishing on very low temp in the oven after the first 1-1/2 hours. The horsey sauce is stellar!

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                • FLBuckeye
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                  I agree! I make it every time I do a SRR. When I eat the leftovers (when there are leftovers, not often), I eat the meat cold with the sauce

                • Smokin'Rick
                  Smokin'Rick commented
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                  Thank you. Wanted to CandySue (), but I didn't have time to get all the ingredients ahead of time. I bet it would have been stellar indeed!

                  FLB, My wife cut two nice slices for us to eat then shaved the rest to serve as a cold appetizer for her side of the family's Christmas party on Saturday and we use a creamy store bought horseradish sauce that went quite well with it. But there will be a next time for the SHS! Thanks.
                  Last edited by Smokin'Rick; December 29, 2014, 10:55 PM.

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