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Prime Rib

I bought a 6lb prime rib today and I
need a good recipe for tomorrow's cook.
Never cooked a prime rib on the egg before.
Anyone know of a good way to prepare it??


  • MarvMarv Posts: 177
    JohnR,[p]I just did two 15 pound prime ribs about 2 weeks ago for a catering job and I had the ribs removed and re-tied. Then when I got them home, I seasoned them heavily with Montreal steak seasoning that I got from Costco.
    I went for a center temp of 135 (raised to 143 after resting for 30 min). Took 4 hrs at a temp of 300 at the grate. The ends were about 160 (well done). It was the best prime rib I have done yet!!![p]Marv[p]

  • WooDoggiesWooDoggies Posts: 2,390
    Hey Marv,[p]Good to see you post, mang!
    I imagine the season is starting to wrap up for you... hope your year was a successful one.
    I'm still planning on being in your corner of the map... and still want to cook on those rigs of yours.[p]WD[p][p]

  • YBYB Posts: 3,861
    This is a pretty good recipe.

    [ul][li]Old English Prime Rib Roast[/ul]
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