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Old 12-20-2018, 06:46 PM   #1
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Default Prime rib advice

Someone asked on another forum how to cook a prime rib roast.

It's a great thread of how NOT to cook one.

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Old 12-20-2018, 09:51 PM   #2
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That deep fried is actually pretty darn tastee. I an not and will not bring myself to putting meat in warm water to vide it or what ever the hell that ia. Meat goes from the bone to the grill. If it must be frozen, it is out of necessity and will defrost on the counter and cooked when at room temp. But there are some seriously jacked up suggestions in there. 137, who the hell wastes prime rib to burn it???
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WOW. I was reading some of their ideals. I will be the first to tell you I won't, won't eat any meat that is still red inside. I know that it is said to cook prime rib that way but those people are nuts or just talking BS.
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I stopped reading. I cook mine on the Egg til it hits 105 internal. Pull it off and cover in foil while you get the Egg up to 550. Put it back on and sear the outside. Pull it off and wrap it and let it sit for 8 minutes or so.
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How I like mine and how I will cook mine again Monday!

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Prime Rib,
well seasoned with lots of herbs, light smoke to an IT of 105-110, then a quick sear over blazing hot direct heat, with the IT not going over 125 before pulling.


If you're going to cut it and sear it like individual steaks, then cook it like a damned steak.



Beef and venison is ruined after anything over medium/140, prefer med-rare/130.
Maybe some red, definitely some serious pink... Once it's gray it's gone.



Sous vide is an excellent method.
For meats with normally short cooking times there is no need for 12, 24 or 36 hour type cooks, save those for the meats with lots of fats.collagens that need to be broken down. Something like a beef roast is good to go at 115-120 for 5-8 hours and then be seared to that magical IT of 125.
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Winn Dixie has angus prime rib for 5.88 lb. anyone had one from wd
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Winn Dixie has angus prime rib for 5.88 lb. anyone had one from wd
That's not "prime rib" they have. It's USDA choice rib roast. But yes, I normally always get one of those for the smoker and buy a honey baked ham for the rest of guests. If you plan on smoking the roast then it is a complete waste of money to buy prime meat. If roasting or grilling, then prime is the way to go.
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That's not "prime rib" they have. It's USDA choice rib roast. But yes, I normally always get one of those for the smoker and buy a honey baked ham for the rest of guests. If you plan on smoking the roast then it is a complete waste of money to buy prime meat. If roasting or grilling, then prime is the way to go.
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That's not "prime rib" they have. It's USDA choice rib roast.
Agree, Select or Choice is not Prime, and in order to be the entree called 'Prime Rib' the cut of meat needs to be graded USDA Prime.

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T If you plan on smoking the roast then it is a complete waste of money to buy prime meat. If roasting or grilling, then prime is the way to go.
Prime is wasted in the smoker, what are you smoking? It must be good shit.
You should realize that smoking is just slow roasting with smoke added.
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Prime is wasted in the smoker, what are you smoking? It must be good shit.
You should realize that smoking is just slow roasting with smoke added.

Cost differential...that choice roast is half the price of prime and comes out just as juicy and tender and delicious off the smoker. However, if roasted or grilled, prime definitely comes out better and is worth the extra penny
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