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    Re: Cooking Prime Rib

    Quote Originally Posted by Cycl1 View Post
    smoke it.....
    I personally wouldn't smoke a quality piece of meat like this. It's a flavorful piece of meat by itself. I have cooked one in a smoker with indirect heat, just not using smoke and that worked great.



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    Re: Cooking Prime Rib

    Quote Originally Posted by cyflier View Post
    I personally wouldn't smoke a quality piece of meat like this. It's a flavorful piece of meat by itself. I have cooked one in a smoker with indirect heat, just not using smoke and that worked great.
    I'm with you. Just took mine out to rest... Fingers crossed.



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    Re: Cooking Prime Rib

    Quote Originally Posted by azepp View Post
    I'm with you. Just took mine out to rest... Fingers crossed.
    Making a prime rib this evening, hope it turns out good for you too!



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    Re: Cooking Prime Rib

    Quote Originally Posted by cyflier View Post
    I personally wouldn't smoke a quality piece of meat like this. It's a flavorful piece of meat by itself. I have cooked one in a smoker with indirect heat, just not using smoke and that worked great.
    Your opinion is bad and you should feel bad.


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    Re: Cooking Prime Rib

    I'll be doing prime rib on Christmas Day and I'm gonna go with this recipe again:

    Rock Salt Encrusted Prime Rib Recipe - Allrecipes.com

    I know....it sounds like it'd turn out horribly salty and that's all I could think about the first time I tried it but was extremely surprised how good it actually came out so I'm gonna try it again and see if I can have similar results. I'm always nervous though because this is one pricey piece of meat to **** up.


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    My inlaws have been making Prime Rib the last 4 or 5 Christmas's. They cook it for 12 hours at as low as temperature as possible in an oven. The recipie calls for 150 degree heat, but I think most ovens only go down to 175 degees now. They put it in a plastic cooking bag with lots of spice. Comes out with an awesome taste and moist.



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    Re: Cooking Prime Rib

    Quote Originally Posted by zwclones51 View Post
    Go buy a smoker. Way better flavor
    If you smoke actual prime rib, you should be kicked in the junk.


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    Re: Cooking Prime Rib

    Mine turned out very nice. I hope everyone else has good luck as well.



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    Re: Cooking Prime Rib

    Quote Originally Posted by josier View Post
    I've always done it just the opposite. Cook at very high temp (550 degrees) for 5 or 6 minutes then, shut the oven off, leave it in the oven for 2 hours, but do not under any circumstances, open the oven.
    This +1.

    Have done it SIMILAR to this method multiple times and the crowd always RAVES about the results. Just made one yesterday this way, to go with our grilled lobster tails. Fantastic!

    My method -- 500f for 4-5 minutes per lb., then 2 hours with oven turned off and DO NOT open it until time is up. Always comes out MR in the middle.


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    Re: Cooking Prime Rib

    Quote Originally Posted by Bobber View Post
    My inlaws have been making Prime Rib the last 4 or 5 Christmas's. They cook it for 12 hours at as low as temperature as possible in an oven. The recipie calls for 150 degree heat, but I think most ovens only go down to 175 degees now. They put it in a plastic cooking bag with lots of spice. Comes out with an awesome taste and moist.
    Interested in learning more.


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    Quote Originally Posted by keepngoal View Post
    Interested in learning more.
    Pretty simple really. They coat it with a spice mix(mostly pepper, salt, and garlic). I'm sure you can find a bunch of mixes on the interent. They stick it in a cooking bag(the type you use for a turkey) and then put it in the oven. I think the recipies calls for 12 hours at 150, but their oven only goes down to 175, so they've been putting it in for 9 or 10 hours.

    It comes out tender and tastes great.

    Nobody has talked much about here, but you have to have fresh Horse radish sauce to top off Prime Rib. That just makes it for me.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Tre4ISU View Post
    If you smoke actual prime rib, you should be kicked in the junk.

    Alternately, one of those light taps where the recipient has about 3 seconds of "sweet, musta missed, that didn't even hurt", then they fall to the floor in excruciating pain. Hard to pull off, but well worth it.



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    Re: Cooking Prime Rib

    The Chef out at Tournament Club of Iowa when I worked there cooked his prime rib at least part of the time on a smoker and it is one of the best prime ribs I have ever had...



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    Re: Cooking Prime Rib

    I agree. A prime rib should never be smoked. All you're doing is taking a really high quality and expensive piece of meat and drying it out.


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