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    $95 for this years roast :run:

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

    Quote Originally Posted by xrocket21 View Post
    $95 for this years roast :run:
    part of the reason im looking at cheaper cuts of meat. that and the amount of food they will make i hate to see it go to waste

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    Quote Originally Posted by crowspeed07 View Post
    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
    it should work the same . the only big difference in that cut of meat is that you will want to carve it thinner than a ribeye , like a 1/4" thick or thinner , and make sure that you are cutting it across the grain lines . on an angle . but the rest is the same , even the stove top juice to reheat or cook meat more done .

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

    Quote Originally Posted by xrocket21 View Post
    $95 for this years roast :run:
    I ordered a 13 pounder. Never asked how much it costs... Ought to be an unpleasant shock, but everyone loves it so much...

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

    Quote Originally Posted by stoinkythepig View Post
    I ordered a 13 pounder. Never asked how much it costs... Ought to be an unpleasant shock, but everyone loves it so much...
    I asked for 11 pound, didnt look at how much it actually weighed. Fuck it, its christmas

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

    believe it or not , it is usually cheaper per pound if you order the whole prime rib roast , as soon as you want anything smaller than a whole one the price goes up considerably per pound

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    Quote Originally Posted by theothersean View Post
    believe it or not , it is usually cheaper per pound if you order the whole prime rib roast , as soon as you want anything smaller than a whole one the price goes up considerably per pound
    Sure, they had a 20 pounder in the case for $185....

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

    That's what lean hamburger costs these days.

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

    SO...... how did it come out this year ?

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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 this year ?
    Mine was a bit over done, but delicious

    I pulled it out at 142.5, I like medium rare, but many are crybabies about the pink color. I can deal with a bit over done easier than other people can deal with underdone. Still I could have pulled it 5 degrees earlier and been great. It was late too. I was shooting for 5:30-6, and we didnt eat till 7. So it could have been less done and we could have eaten earlier.

    I made a rub of salt, pepper, onion powder, garlic powder, a little sugar, etc. and it was perfect.

    Sides were steamed broccoli with a home made cheese sauce, mashed potatoes, and home made dinner rolls.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by xrocket21 View Post
    Mine was a bit over done, but delicious

    I pulled it out at 142.5, I like medium rare, but many are crybabies about the pink color. I can deal with a bit over done easier than other people can deal with underdone. Still I could have pulled it 5 degrees earlier and been great. It was late too. I was shooting for 5:30-6, and we didnt eat till 7. So it could have been less done and we could have eaten earlier.
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    next time put the au jus on the stove top in a pan and as you carve the meat if people want it done more , dip their portion in the liquid for a minute or so , that way everyone gets to have their meat done how they like it . this is how a lot of restaurants do it when you order temps above rare . I used to do it for a living , but don't anymore .

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

    quick question... standing prime grade rib roast fo NYE
    using this recipe that was early in this post.......

    any substitutes for Minor Beef base paste? need something GF any suggestions where to get it

    would beef buillon work?

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

    Oof. I would not use that recipe. Boneless is the way to go; you can get rub all over the meat, cooks more evenly, and you can use the bones in a drip pan to make the au jus.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by loudbeard View Post
    Oof. I would not use that recipe. Boneless is the way to go; you can get rub all over the meat, cooks more evenly, and you can use the bones in a drip pan to make the au jus.
    you're right... i'm using ribless/ bone less.

    I got confused with what i usually get for dry aging ( have 50 lbs dry aging in the frig right now)

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

    Cool. LMK if you want some more info. Basically I do a savory rub, drop the bones in the drip pan with some of the rub, onions (skin on,) carrots, celery, red wine, and water. Low and slow cook with a reverse sear.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by black View Post
    quick question... standing prime grade rib roast fo NYE
    using this recipe that was early in this post.......

    any substitutes for Minor Beef base paste? need something GF any suggestions where to get it

    would beef buillon work?
    I have used Better than Bullion in the past and it was fine, it is a paste and is usually near the regular bullion at the store.

    Every year somebody asks when I'm making "that motorcycle prime rib", great recipe- always a hit!

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    I've had pretty good success using a digital thermometer following Chef John's recipe https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/22...ect-prime-rib/
    My oven runs hotter than the display shows. The digital thermometer typically goes off sooner. Guy is a character but he knows his stuff.

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

    rubbed up the rib and its in the frig

    I was thinkning of uing the method x 500 degrees for x amount of time based on the weight, then turn off the oven and let it sit for and a medium rare comes out. Used it 2x before and and it came out great.

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

    final question... re: the au jus
    original recip says " beef base, water ( or beef stock made from roasted bones ) or canned beef stock"

    ummm how much is that?

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

    Kudos.... this was a hit.
    I used the set the oven at 500 for 4 minutes a pound and then let it sit with door closed for 2 hours.

    I had to turn on the temp again to to get it to 132 as it was stuck at 119 after 2 and half hours.

    Only bummer was that I didnt get much drippings at all maybe a table spoon but otherwise fantastic recipe.....

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

    That’s why I do the low and slow/reverse sear method. I make a drip pan, put the bones in with onions, carrots, celery, and red wine. I put the drip pan in about an hour before the roast and let it simmer, then add the roast. Cook until about 10 degrees south of target temp and toss it on a red hot grill to sear and finish.

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