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Grilled Prime Rib dinner

Peter CreaseyPeter Creasey Posts: 253
edited 1:30AM in EggHead Forum
Charwood Grilled Prime Rib, Cheese Polenta, and Broccolini...





Served with Domaine André Brunel Côtes du Rhône Cuvée Sommelongue 2007.


  • Sorry the photos weren't immediately available. Don't know why the system hiccuped with them.
  • Looks fantastic! Did a bone in rib roast last night to die for!
  • thechief96thechief96 Posts: 1,908
    Boy oh boy does that look good. :) Thanks for sharing. What are all those long funny words on the bottom of the final picture? :laugh:
    Dave San Jose, CA The Duke of Loney
  • BobSBobS Posts: 2,485
    That is one of my favorite cooks. Nice job!
  • thechief96 wrote:
    Boy oh boy does that look good.

    T, I can't explain why the photos are so small. I provided the URL address of medium-sized photos but they show up here as small.

    I've never had this problem here on egghead before?!?
    That is a great looking cook you have done Pete. I would have loved to have a bite.

  • Very nice cook, Peter. Is that just S&P on that roast?
  • OMg-that looks so awesome
  • Jeffersonian wrote:
    Very nice cook, Peter. Is that just S&P on that roast?

    J, Thanks!

    The rub is fresh ground pepper and garlic powder. (I avoid salt.)
  • Looks delicious, what did you use for temp and time?
  • larryd wrote:
    what did you use for temp and time?

    Larry, I stabilized the large BGE at 500 degrees then put the 4.7 lb rib roast on and shut all the vents.

    I let the temperature drift down to 350 - 360 per the dome thermometer and opened the vents slightly to carefully maintain that temperature the rest of the time.

    Altogether, the cooking time was about 1 hour and 50 minutes, I believe.

    I pulled it at 125 - 130 degrees (I really intended to pull it off at 125 degrees but the internal temperature jumped on me at the end). Even so, it was perfectly cooked to my taste.
  • Thanks Pete, Ive always done a prime rib at christmas in the oven but now that i have my egg the oven doesn't get as much use. I'll have to try one just for practice.
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