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Taking a poll & looking for advice on a 12lb Boneless Prime Rib cook.

1st prime rib for me, but I'm looking for some advice from some of you prime rib veterans!  :)

I've seen many posts from everyone cooking 5 to 6lb roasts to great success.  The poll is, since mine is 12.2lbs, should I split it into 2 or go with it as is?  My guess is going indirect at 250 should cook the same regardless.  Maybe I'm wrong and maybe I should cook it at a higher temp?  We are cooking it Saturday so I'm looking for input/advice on cooking BIG roasts!

Many thanks in advance for the reply's, and I promise pics to follow!

Bob

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