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So what's cooking for Christmas?

ZekeZeke Posts: 90
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<p />This year, I'll be doing prime rib on the BGE. I did my first prime rib on Thanksgiving and I must say the BGE did a fantastic job. The left overs made excellent cold roast beef sandwiches with a nice thick slice of red onion. [p]While the BGE is smoking the prime rib, I'll be smoking on a Padron Anniversay 1926, and a few Ashton's VSGs. Anyway, wishing you all the very best this holiday season and a BGE kind of new year.

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  • BordelloBordello Posts: 5,926
    Zeke,
    And happy holidays for you also. Enjoy a drink with your cigar while watching humpty does the work.
    New Bob

  • HarryHarry Posts: 58
    Zeke,
    What recipe are you using? I've got an 18 pound rib that I'm going to cook and am debating between the oven and the BGE. I've got a recipe I've used in the oven before (the rib is a Christmas tradition) and I'm a little leary about experimenting with this size rib.[p]Harry

  • KennyGKennyG Posts: 949
    Zeke,[p]After a little back surgery this week, I'm painfully celebrating the full use of my left leg in over two months. [p]This will be a Prime rib, from my restaurant source, Xmas and I'm breaking out the real Cuban Cohibas for the event (only 3 left).[p]K~G
  • ZekeZeke Posts: 90
    Harry, I grind up some pepper corns, kosher salt, pinch of garlic and a few crushed juniper berries. Rub into the meat and let it sit for a day or two in the refer. I've like oven prime rib but the BGE is superior, IMHO.

  • QBabeQBabe Posts: 2,275
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    <p />Harry,[p]I've only done prime rib once in my life and it was on my large, just a month or so ago. Used Stogie's "Kevi's King of the Roast's" recipe and it was fabulous. It was originally an oven recipe but was adapted for the BGE. I was also a little worried about working out (who wouldn't be at that price!), but it turned out perfectly. I'm definately doing this again![p]Have fun,
    QBabe
    :~)

    [ul][li]Kevi's King of the Roasts Prime Rib[/ul]
  • HarryHarry Posts: 58
    QBabe,
    Thanks, I appreciate that. I've been out of town for a few days and just got back to be able to read this.
    Have a Merry Christmas.
    Harry

  • HarryHarry Posts: 58
    Zeke,
    Thanks, a couple of good suggestions here. I've been out of town and been unable to thank you prior to now.
    Have a Merry Christmas
    Harry

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