Well, were it not for the Prime Rib, New Years Eve would have been a big bust. At the last minute we decided to get together with friends for a New Years Eve dinner. I went to the local store, and got a two bone choice prime rib. I thought it might be a little on the small side for four adults and kids, but when the butcher cut a 3 bone prime rib it was almost twice the weight. Well, i didn't want to spend sixty dollars on a piece of meat, so i stuck with the two bone prime rib![p]Roto Roast Charcrust as a rub, into the V rack it went over a drip pan, with a bit of white wine in the drip pan for good luck and it went on the Egg with some pecan chunks at 350 and pulled it at an internal temp of 125. I used my instant read to double check and make sure that all parts were the same temp (on christmas, I didn't check all parts of it and it was over done!) and rested it for 20 minutes. Guests were late, so it sat in a warmed oven for 75 minutes. No matter! My wife and the friend's wife said it was the best piece of roast beef they had ever eaten! This from a woman who lived in Brazil for three years! My youngest daughter - a picky eater - had seconds and thirds![p]We then went down to see the fire works in D.C. at the last minute, and got to the edge of the Lincoln Memorial at about 11:20. Got down to the mall, and saw a bit of the film and stuff on the wide screen t.v. and waited for midnight. Well, the Washington Monument lit up like a roman candle for two minutes, with fire works in the background and it was beautiful. But if you blinked, you MISSED it! We decided to leave anyway, and got home in time to see the rest of the fireworks at 1am (only took me 18 minutes to drive home!). The fire works, a neighbor told me, at the end were not as good as the ones that are fired off on July 4th!.[p]What a bummer! Well, at least the prime rib was great! Roto Roast Charcrust is great! Happy New Year all!