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Prime Rib Turned Out Great!

Uncle PhilUncle Phil Posts: 665
edited 6:12PM in EggHead Forum
Thanks everyone for the help in doing the Prime. At $16 a pound, I did not want to screw this one up!

Uncle Phil

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Comments

  • That looks fantastic, nice job
  • fieroguyfieroguy Posts: 777
    Hey Phil - That almost looks edible!!!
    When ya gonna have an Egg get-together in IRB?
  • Prime rib looks great and it looks like your gasket may need some attention.
  • Thanks. It does that when I have the wires from the Guru running in the Egg. I think the gasket needs attention though. It has been a few years since replacement.
  • Let's get together the first of the year and get 'er done.

    Uncle Phil
  • Thanks. It was very tender and tasted great. I hated to spend the extra money, but probably worth it.

    Phil
  • fieroguyfieroguy Posts: 777
    I'm definitely for that. Just let me know.
  • Lucious lookin' chunk o' meat, Phil!
    nice job B)
  • $16/LB?!?!?! That is $12/lb more than here in NM but it looks beautiful.
  • Phil, the prime rib looks great.....especially that last photo. I almost thought that meat was sitting on MY table. :laugh:

    Merry Christmas!
  • Publix had standing rib at $5.97/lb., but this is true USDA certified prime and that is why the difference in price. I didn't say anything to momma cause I would have found my butt on that plate for spending that much. What was funny were the comments generated at the table about how tender and delicious it was. So, I think it was worth the money at Christmas time.

    Uncle Phil
  • Thanks.
  • roosterrooster Posts: 252
    WOW!
  • Where did you find that realy prime prime rib? I am in St pete looking for a better one than the Sam's club one i cooked yesterday?
  • I got it at Publix on West Bay and Clearwater/Largo road. I think he had two left. He explained the difference between standing rib and prime to me and therefore the cost difference.
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