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Old 12-25-2010, 05:51 PM   #91
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Bruno... You rock, Phuckstick.. Hope mine comes out like that...
Somehow, I knew you were doin one of these today, and here you are..
Stay tuned, I'll update in a while.. I'm droolin all over this keyboard..
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Old 12-25-2010, 06:03 PM   #92
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If you ever get a chance, try one cooked on a Big Green Egg...best I've ever had period.

I've had a BGE for about 4 years now and it cooks the best of any grill I've owned...people always rave about how moist the meats stay.

Good eats everyone...enjoy your meals.
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Old 12-25-2010, 06:05 PM   #93
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If you ever get a chance, try one cooked on a Big Green Egg...best I've ever had period.

I've had a BGE for about 4 years now and it cooks the best of any grill I've owned...people always rave about how moist the meats stay.

Good eats everyone...enjoy your meals.
Big Green Egg??? Can you elaborate? Pardon my ignorance..
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Old 12-25-2010, 06:08 PM   #94
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It's a smoker. A very expensive one.
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Old 12-25-2010, 07:22 PM   #95
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Here's a link: http://www.biggreenegg.com/

Check out the recipe forum...tons of great stuff there.

I've done bread, pizza, meat, fish, poultry, about everything on the egg. They even have "Egg Fests" around the country...it's got a real cult following going. There definitely is a difference in the food coming off one...not just a sales gimmick.

Got mine going right now with a couple of NewYorks on it. You can get it up to 700* to sear them, then take it down to 300. Control it to 150 for smoking etc.
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Old 12-26-2010, 02:35 PM   #96
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Well..... Our Prime Rib was pretty good this way.. It did however, come out a little overcooked. It was a little on the small side [4 1/2lbs], and that's probably why.. Next time, we'll shorten up the 2 hour, in the oven thing, and hopefully fix that..
Just got done with Brunch...... You guessed it - Prime Rib, and Scrambled eggs, complete with Rolls, and Au Jus.. Can't get that at "Waffle House"...
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Old 12-26-2010, 07:01 PM   #97
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I'm very glad I found this thread. 4.95lb at $3.77/lb and just finished the 500-degree bit. The house smells like a restaurant. 1:50 away from the first stab!
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Old 01-02-2011, 05:40 PM   #98
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Well..... Our Prime Rib was pretty good this way.. It did however, come out a little overcooked. It was a little on the small side [4 1/2lbs], and that's probably why.. Next time, we'll shorten up the 2 hour, in the oven thing, and hopefully fix that..
Just got done with Brunch...... You guessed it - Prime Rib, and Scrambled eggs, complete with Rolls, and Au Jus.. Can't get that at "Waffle House"...
4.5lbs isnt a roast, its a steak.
Need at least a 7 pounder for this recipe...
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Old 01-03-2011, 09:00 AM   #99
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4.5lbs isnt a roast, its a steak.
Need at least a 7 pounder for this recipe...
..... Somehow, my friend... I knew you were going to say that...
There's just never any more than 2 of us here, so I just can't justify one that big... I think it'll be OK, next time, with some minor "Tuning".. I'm almost sure of it..
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Cooked it with one just a bit over 9lbs last night. My mom had been looking for a recipe and I found this. It was great. We all lie our meat a little more weel done than this so she just cooked it a bit longer. She has already decided that it will now replace turkey at Thanksgiving...lol Thanks!
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Old 05-04-2011, 01:49 AM   #101
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Try this recipe and thank me later.................

and, finally, hereís davidís rock-salt prime rib recipe.

cover the bottom of a roaster with about 1/2 inch of rock salt and lightly dampen it.

sprinkle the prime rib with worcestershire powder and then place it in the roaster.

pour rock salt over it until the sides and top are covered and then
lightly sprinkle it with water.

put it in the oven uncovered pre-heated to 500 degrees for about [12-15 min for medium rare]
18-20 minutes per pound for medium. (peopleís preference on how long to
cook and how well done is best seem to vary widely so use your own
judgment-remember when you cook for medium rare, you will have two well-done end cuts.)

when youíre finished cooking, take the rib roast out of the oven and crack open the rock
salt casing. brush away any salt particles and there you have it. Awesome! (and not salty at all)
bon appetit.
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Old 05-04-2011, 11:04 AM   #102
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Will a roaster oven work?
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Old 11-20-2011, 12:28 PM   #103
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bump for a great way to cook ....... putting one in right now
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Will a roaster oven work?

yes ...this is how i did a few already , same rub mix as on the 1st post of this thread .... this one shown , which im eating now , is a 6lber , its in a 6q roaster , i put it in for 2 hours at 200degs to give it a slow cook , inside temp was 100degs , last 1-1/2 hours i bumped it up to 300 and it 145 inside ...... its absolutly perfect , it requires some baby sitting , but it works for me since we dont have a oven .

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yes ...this is how i did a few already , same rub mix as on the 1st post of this thread .... this one shown , which im eating now , is a 6lber , its in a 6q roaster , i put it in for 2 hours at 200degs to give it a slow cook , inside temp was 100degs , last 1-1/2 hours i bumped it up to 300 and it 145 inside ...... its absolutly perfect , it requires some baby sitting , but it works for me since we dont have a oven .

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