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He said to take a three or four and remove the bones down to two so you have something to pound out. If you try you pound out a two bone with the bones attached you will end up with an uneven cut that won't cook evenly.Ladeback69 said:GalanteNate_OneEa said:good point lol. I f'ing hate you guys…now I have to go back to the store and buy a four bone prime rib…seriously hate you guys.
Why do you need to get a 4 bone to try this? He cut it into a 2 bone to do it. Just get a 2 bone one. I may take one of my 2 bone and try one sometime or just cook it normally for the first time.