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2 bone prime rib roasts. Any suggestions?

Canadian EggCanadian Egg Posts: 19
edited July 2012 in EggHead Forum
Cooking for girlfriend's daughters anniversary. sides are carrot,s with cinnamon and honey and garlic mashed potatoes. Should I cook this like a steak or low and slow? I'm leaning towards low and slow.

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  • lousubcaplousubcap Posts: 10,019
    edited July 2012
    Good call with the low&slow-I go indirect @ around 250*F (+/-) for around 25 mins/# til the desired finish temp.  I'm sure this would behave the same as a larger roast.  You will get an even finish across the roast diameter-I'm gettin hungry.
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  • Good call with the low&slow-I go indirect @ around 250*F (+/-) for around 25 mins/# til the desired finish temp.  I'm sure this would behave the same as a larger roast.  You will get an even finish across the roast diameter-I'm gettin hungry.
    Thanks lousubcap! Got my Brother to cut me some washers and worked great. Thanks for the link! I went to the butcher and got him to cut the bones off a 4 rib roast and then cut it in half since I don't want to intrude on their romantic supper. Gonna have my own romantic dinner with the mom. :)
  • I'm with Cap- I stole his recipe for Easter and it was outstanding. I did salt, pepper, Rosemary and Oak smoke at 250 indirect until 125 in the middle. 
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