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    I set it out to try to get it room temp. Then goes in at 450 for 20 minutes then turn down to 325 for 15 minutes a pound. Pull out and tent with foil for at least 20 minutes. This way also lets us put potatoes and other things into oven.
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    My wife fixed prime rib for Christmas Eve for the 2 of us. It was very good, but I no longer ask how she prepares any kind of food.
    I found out years ago that if I raved on how good something was that she prepared & asked how she did it, She would either never fix it again or it would be a very long time before she fixed it again.
    If I would say I did not care for it, she seemed to fix it often. So I just simply say it was good or say nothing.
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    Did a 5 bone rib for family with a simple rub of olive oil, salt, pepper, garlic, clove and maybe a couple of other things I saw on spice rack. Used the 450 deg at 20 minutes then instant thermometer for temp to 135. Was delicious I'm lousy at pictures so this doesn't do it justice
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheOtherChris View Post
    We did a Christmas prime rib as well. This year's weighed in at 17.5#
    Here it is after 6 hours in the smoker at about 225°F


    And again after a 1 hour sear at 400°F

    I didn't remember to take pics of it sliced though.
    I don't know what you guys pay for Prime Rib, but I would have to skip a house payment for something like that. I bought a Choice bone in rib roast for New Years; about 8# ON SALE; it was nearly $70.00. Was perusing the rib roasts at our regular grocery store...which by the way has best prices in the county...some were as much as $120.00 for one that size. But what-ta-hey...it's only one day a year!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rogero246 View Post
    Did a 5 bone rib for family with a simple rub of olive oil, salt, pepper, garlic, clove and maybe a couple of other things I saw on spice rack. Used the 450 deg at 20 minutes then instant thermometer for temp to 135. Was delicious I'm lousy at pictures so this doesn't do it justice
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdmich View Post
    I set it out to try to get it room temp. Then goes in at 450 for 20 minutes then turn down to 325 for 15 minutes a pound. Pull out and tent with foil for at least 20 minutes. This way also lets us put potatoes and other things into oven.
    That is my time schedule and it works great for a medium rare roast. I use your spices except I pick fresh herbs from the herb garden and apply the olive oil and rub the day before cooking. Cooked one on the 24th that was splendid and now tonight there are leftovers!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2LaneCruzer View Post
    I don't know what you guys pay for Prime Rib, but I would have to skip a house payment for something like that. I bought a Choice bone in rib roast for New Years; about 8# ON SALE; it was nearly $70.00. Was perusing the rib roasts at our regular grocery store...which by the way has best prices in the county...some were as much as $120.00 for one that size. But what-ta-hey...it's only one day a year!
    Chris that's about what i paid for 11# which I think is a good price for that cut. And agree only for some special occasion

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    Some years we have butcher cut from our own cattle, but this year we bought it. Kroger and Meijer both had them on sale for $6.99 a pound.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2LaneCruzer View Post
    I don't know what you guys pay for Prime Rib, but I would have to skip a house payment for something like that. I bought a Choice bone in rib roast for New Years; about 8# ON SALE; it was nearly $70.00. Was perusing the rib roasts at our regular grocery store...which by the way has best prices in the county...some were as much as $120.00 for one that size. But what-ta-hey...it's only one day a year!
    Yup. Strictly once a year for Christmas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZachinCO View Post
    My MIL did a bone in prime ribs, while it was good it was well done, not to my taste.
    When we were buying our roast, I asked the Kroger butcher if he was having one since they were $6.99
    He said, NOPE, even at that price, he could not bring himself to spend that much money,,

    but, he did say, he was POSITIVE Kroger was loosing money on the rib roasts at that price,,

    they had been instructed not to "push" the rib roasts,,,
    There were only two out when we got ours,,,

    He also said, if you do not have a GOOD meat thermometer,, do not even buy the roast,,
    the thermometer is necessary, or you will ruin it,,,
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