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I am planning to do a larger prime rib, boneless, ~10 lbs cooking at about 235 with a reverse sear. Anybody have a time estimate?
I have seen figures as long as 30 min/lb, i.e. 5 hours plus 20 minutes to rest to as little as 2.5 hrs. This is a dinner party so I am trying to time it somewhat in the ballpark.