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Prime rib roast

gamera06gamera06 Posts: 80
edited October 2011 in Beef
Hi guys, last Friday I cooked my first prime rib roast on the large.

Vacuumed sealed with rub on thursday and taken out the fridge 2 hours and dumped it in hot water ( no hot tub yet). Then I sliced the sweet potatoes fries and the squash.



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 I ran the egg for 2 hours at 220, indirect with a pizza stone on the spider, and the removed the potatoes after 1 hour... And then seared the rib for 3 minutes each side. It went out medium rare perfect !

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I've thrown some Jack Daniels chips during the smoking time to give some flavor, and put water in the the dripping pan to prevent burning.
BGE XL, Large & Mini, Black Wifi Stoker Cannes, France

Comments

  • SpoonSpoon Posts: 328
    That looks awesome! How did it turn out with the Jack Daniels chips? You like them?
    "Pork so tender you can pull it with a spoon." ~Spoon
  • Yes, it is the second time I cook with JD chips... and it gives a really good taste. With the squash left overs I made a soup, and it was awesome !

    BGE XL, Large & Mini, Black Wifi Stoker Cannes, France
  • LDDLDD Posts: 1,225
    Looks great. Was the soup very smokey.?
    context is important :)
  • Not too smokey...

    I did it again with a less sweet squash, and it was really nice too.
    BGE XL, Large & Mini, Black Wifi Stoker Cannes, France
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