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    Xmas Prime Rib

    Another successful Xmas Prime Rib. I keep changing the rub I put on every year. Everyone wants me to stick with this years recipe. Before and after pics.
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    You cant post those pictures and then not share the rub recipe!!


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    Simple 1-cup Real Butter, softened.
    5 cloves garlic-minced
    1- Tablespoon thyme, Finley chopped
    1- Tablespoon oregano, finely chopped
    1- Tablespoon rosemary, finely chopped
    1- Tablespoon Salt
    1- Teaspoon fresh ground preppier
    1- Teaspoon onion powder.

    Rub all over about an hour before you put in oven. Which I leave it out of fridge an hour to get it close to room temp.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdmich View Post
    Simple 1-cup Real Butter, softened.
    5 cloves garlic-minced
    1- Tablespoon thyme, Finley chopped
    1- Tablespoon oregano, finely chopped
    1- Tablespoon rosemary, finely chopped
    1- Tablespoon Salt
    1- Teaspoon fresh ground preppier
    1- Teaspoon onion powder.

    Rub all over about an hour before you put in oven. Which I leave it out of fridge an hour to get it close to room temp.
    Ill give a try in a few weeks when I pick up my steers.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jdmich View Post
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    1- Teaspoon fresh ground preppier
    I had to Google this, but, I found it,,,,

    Preppier | Define Preppier at Dictionary.com



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    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 225F
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    And again after a 1 hour sear at 400F
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    I didn't remember to take pics of it sliced though.
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    My MIL did a bone in prime ribs, while it was good it was well done, not to my taste.


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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.


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    Prime Rids need to be Medium Rare 130/135 internal. Some time try the 500 rule. Put it in 500 degree oven for 5 minutes per pound then turn oven off but leave it closed for 2 hours. Take it out rest it for 30 minutes slice and enjoy. When you turn oven off DO NOT open it to peak.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drifterbike View Post
    Prime Rids need to be Medium Rare 130/135 internal. Some time try the 500 rule. Put it in 500 degree oven for 5 minutes per pound then turn oven off but leave it closed for 2 hours. Take it out rest it for 30 minutes slice and enjoy. When you turn oven off DO NOT open it to peak.
    My cousin & I use the 500 rule, not my MIL... I dont wait 30 min though, its been resting for 2 hours already.
    Im not sure if she sat the meat out to bring it to room temp either.


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    Quote Originally Posted by CADplans View Post
    I had to Google this, but, I found it,,,,

    Preppier | Define Preppier at Dictionary.com



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