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My First Attempt at Prime Rib

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  • Henrik
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    Yes, that is an awesome prime rib roast! Great bark, and it looks sooo moist! I always tie mine up, but using skewers was inventive.

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  • SwampDonkeyzBBQ
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    Originally posted by Spinaker View Post
    Wow, you killed it!! Great Photos. Did you make the Drum smoker?
    Thanks for all the compliments! Yes, I made the drum. I've had it for close to three years. It's a great cooker on its own, and it's deadly with the Guru on it.

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  • Deuce
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    That looks great, way to go.

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  • Spinaker
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    Wow, you killed it!! Great Photos. Did you make the Drum smoker?

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  • Jerod Broussard
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    Awesome....I had to cook my first well-done. Was for a lady at church. Took forever!!!!

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  • The Burn
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    Looks great!

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  • Dr ROK
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    Nice job!

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  • cdd315
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    That looks amazing! Nice one SwampD

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  • Strat50
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    No more rolling needed, in my opinion. You did a fantastic job! The color is perfect, and the sear is excellent. We sometimes get HUGE (16 pounds plus) primes at work. Doesn't change anything, really. Anyway, very nice cook, this old line dog says.

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  • Ernest
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    You sure that this was your first Prime Rib attempt???
    PB will give you a medal.

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  • SwampDonkeyzBBQ
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    My First Attempt at Prime Rib

    My BIL scored an eight pound prime rib so we marinated and rubbed it down, then let it soak all day. When i got off work we threw it on the drum, at 250, and let her ride until she hit 130 IT. Then put her on the OTG for a sear. Turned out great, especially for a first attempt. Next time, I will try to roll it up tighter. It was a behemoth and I finally gave up trying to tie it and just used skewers.







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