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    Re: Cooking prime rib for the first time, any pointers?


    [QUOTE=gadget;1243762]theothersean,

    I would like to thank you with all my heart and digestive track. Your recipe was incredible.

    As a matter of fact it was too good.

    They ate all of it and only left me a few scraps that I hid in the cooking pan for my lunch this week.
    (I almost lost those to my son when he was helping to clear the table and started to nibble on them but I had a spatula handy and waved it threateningly at him.)

    Thank you again for the wondeful recipe and I hope you all have a Merry Christmas.


    Glad it worked out . I did it again this year , and again noting but raves . I was planning to do a stuffed pork loin this year , but got talked into the rib again. I bought bigger than I needed to have left overs .
    I will likely freeze some and will make a steak and cheese chowder out of some of it .

    merry christmas to all .

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    Re: Cooking prime rib for the first time, any pointers?

    I did it again this year. Same rave reviews as last year, but this time everyone showed more restraint so there was actually room for pie (last year the pies went untouched).

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    Re: Cooking prime rib for the first time, any pointers?

    I did not cook it, but I sure ate a lot. 10 lb prime rib, cooked on 450 for 45 min, then turned off the oven and took it out 2 hours latter. He said the secret is to not open the oven until you take the roast out.

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    Re: Cooking prime rib for the first time, any pointers?

    bump

    one 3 lb roast prepped for tomorrows Easter feast...

    I still smell the spices on my fingers...cheers

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    Re: Cooking prime rib for the first time, any pointers?

    Happy Easter Sam! Your roast sounds delicious.

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    Re: Cooking prime rib for the first time, any pointers?

    Quote Originally Posted by gadget View Post
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    one 3 lb roast prepped for tomorrows Easter feast...

    I still smell the spices on my fingers...cheers

    so, how did it come out ?

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    Re: Cooking prime rib for the first time, any pointers?

    Quote Originally Posted by theothersean View Post
    so, how did it come out ?
    Delicious! Thank you!

    We had the basic, baked potato, butternut squash and broccoli as sides.

    It was just me and the Sweetheart for dinner so I have a whole bunch left over for sandwiches this time...

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    Re: Cooking prime rib for the first time, any pointers?

    Made a 6lb ribeye roast with this Sat., excellent thank you, the au jus was perfect too.

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    Re: Cooking prime rib for the first time, any pointers?

    again this year the rib was a hit , nothing but silence at the table as everyone was busy stuffing their faces , too bad they didn't stay quiet for the rest of the day ,
    I think I'll , make beef barley soup with the left overs .

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    Re: Cooking prime rib for the first time, any pointers?

    I have another tip regarding doing a roast. Depending on what type of cut you get and where you get it from, often times the roast will still have the "fat cap" on the meat, like a sirloin roast or whatever.

    As sean said you don't want to season this part since no one eats it. However if you trim it off you have all that flavor gone.

    So, what you can do is trim it off in one sheet, rub the top of the meat with your rub, and then place the fat cap back on top of the roast. As it cooks all of that flavor gets sucked down into the roast (in fact by the time you are done the fat cap will be like a quarter of it's original size), then you just throw that part out. Voila, juicy and flavorful roast, good rub, and properly trimmed.

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    Re: Cooking prime rib for the first time, any pointers?

    My standing rib roast came out great!

    I dry rubbed it with salt, pepper, onion powder, and garlic powder

    roasting pan with carrot, onion, celery in the bottom

    cooked at 450 for like 15 min then dropped to 350 and cooked till 120 in the center. Let it rest for 30 min and it came up to 140. It was amazing, tender, and everyone loved it! Yes!

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    Re: Cooking prime rib for the first time, any pointers?

    I wish I had seen this thread before Christmas! I'm drooling as I've read through this thread. I think I'll make this for our New Year's Day Feast!

    Thanks for the recipe!

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    Re: Cooking prime rib for the first time, any pointers?

    another pointer. to avoid putting hot food into cold dishes , thus ending up with cold food . When the rib comes out of the oven and assuming you aren't cooking in it any more , turn it down to 175deg , and put your empty serving dishes in the oven to heat them up before you put the food in them , you can also keep the food warm in the serving dishes in the oven while mashing the potatoes , buttering the veggies , etc. , that way the hot food will stay hot when on the table . Also fill the sink with hot water and put the plates in there just before serving for the same reason .
    " hot food on a hot plate cold food on a cold plate "

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    Re: Cooking prime rib for the first time, any pointers?

    Quote Originally Posted by theothersean View Post
    another pointer. to avoid putting hot food into cold dishes , thus ending up with cold food . When the rib comes out of the oven and assuming you aren't cooking in it any more , turn it down to 175deg , and put your empty serving dishes in the oven to heat them up before you put the food in them , you can also keep the food warm in the serving dishes in the oven while mashing the potatoes , buttering the veggies , etc. , that way the hot food will stay hot when on the table . Also fill the sink with hot water and put the plates in there just before serving for the same reason .
    " hot food on a hot plate cold food on a cold plate "

    I do this all the time, even when cooking meals most nights. Just doesn't make sense to put hot food on a cold serving platter.

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    Re: Cooking prime rib for the first time, any pointers?

    why are all your dishes cold, shouldn't they be room temperature? store them in the cabinet not the fridge

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    Re: Cooking prime rib for the first time, any pointers?

    I had my first go with Prime ribe last weekend for my Mom's Birthday party.
    Naturally I chose to cook it on the rotisserie because that is how I roll. I went with a very simple prep. I used PLENTY of coarse salt and coarsly ground black pepper rubbed in about 2 hours ahead of meat to heat time.

    I do my grilling on charcoal.
    Here she is at the start.

    You can see the drip pan I set up to keep flare ups under control. This also caught at nice batch of aujus.

    A couple hours later.


    It went a tad farther done than I wanted but that suited the kids and ladies well. There was plenty of rare to keep the cavemen happy!!

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    Looks delish!

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    Re: Cooking prime rib for the first time, any pointers?

    My first attempt at cooking Prime Rib came out awesome. Perfectly medium-rare!

    Thanks for the thread and instructions!

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    Re: Cooking prime rib for the first time, any pointers?

    Great thread. Printed the recipe !
    Thanks

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    Re: Cooking prime rib for the first time, any pointers?

    Quote Originally Posted by CBR929RE View Post
    why are all your dishes cold, shouldn't they be room temperature? store them in the cabinet not the fridge
    room temp this time of year in the cabinets is around 65-69 deg. which is roughly 100+ deg cooler than the food going on the plate , and that sucks the heat out of your meat .

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    Re: Cooking prime rib for the first time, any pointers?

    Quote Originally Posted by theothersean View Post
    room temp this time of year in the cabinets is around 65-69 deg. which is roughly 100+ deg cooler than the food going on the plate , and that sucks the heat out of your meat .
    don't you tell me who's sucking the heat out of my meat

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    Re: Cooking prime rib for the first time, any pointers?

    tis the season again , some one asked me for the recipe , so I figured I would dig up this old thread for those thinking about doing a rib for the holidays

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    Re: Cooking prime rib for the first time, any pointers?

    Quote Originally Posted by theothersean View Post
    tis the season again , some one asked me for the recipe , so I figured I would dig up this old thread for those thinking about doing a rib for the holidays
    I'm not hosting Christmas this year, but was asked to bring a prime rib since everyone loves it. So easy...

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    Re: Cooking prime rib for the first time, any pointers?

    just passed this recipe off to a coworker...and I will be cooking this again this year...my mouth is watering just thinking about it.

    Happy Holidays

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    Re: Cooking prime rib for the first time, any pointers?

    would this cooking method work with a Top Sirloin Spoon Roast? Was asked to make a roast for xmas dinner at the soon to be in-laws

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