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Charwood Grilled Prime Rib, etc.

Peter CreaseyPeter Creasey Posts: 253
edited 6:39AM in EggHead Forum
Charwood Grilled Prime Rib, Roasted Parsnips w/Shallots and Garlic, Sauteed Plantains.

Coming off the BGE...

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And as served...

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Plus a very nice Pheasant Ridge (Texas) 20th Anniversary Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon '99.

Comments

  • BENTEBENTE Posts: 8,337
    looks great!!!



    plantains are really nice looking (we don't see much of them around here).. can you elaborate because those look nicer than any ones i have seen in awhile ;)

    happy eggin

    TB

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  • FidelFidel Posts: 10,172
    Good looking prime rib. What was the internal temp when you pulled it?
  • Beanie-BeanBeanie-Bean Posts: 3,092
    Pete,

    That roast looks wonderful, man! Nice looking cut, too. That's the perfect color for a roast in my opinion. Glad that it turned out nice for you.
  • Ross in VenturaRoss in Ventura Posts: 7,233
    Pete,
    I love it rare and a good Cabernet is better.
    My Best,
    Ross
  • Peter CreaseyPeter Creasey Posts: 253
    BENTE wrote:
    looks great!!!plantains are really nice looking (we don't see much of them around here).. can you elaborate because those look nicer than any ones i have seen in awhile

    B, Our store has a nice selection of fresh produce. This is one example.
  • Peter CreaseyPeter Creasey Posts: 253
    Fidel wrote:
    Good looking prime rib. What was the internal temp when you pulled it?

    Fidel, I put the rib roast on at 450 degrees for about 30 minutes then dropped the temperature to 325 for about 12 - 15 minutes per pound.

    I checked the temperature regularly and pulled it at around 120 - 125 degrees and put it in the warming oven for about 15 minutes.
  • Now there's a plate both my wife and I can agree on.

    She doesn't eat meat, but loves plantains. We usually just fry them in a little EVOO on the stovetop.

    The ribroast looks fantastic. But, it's only me eatin' it and I couldn't wolf down a whole one myself. :unsure:
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