Prime rib for 100.
Doing prime rib for our fire dept on saturday night. I have 106 lbs of CAB boneless prime rib. Was planning on rubbing with Kosher salt and some tuscan seasoning I got at Costco. Let them sit overnight and then smoke at 225 till about 115 or so and them sear to finish at 130. Any benefit to letting them sit out for an hour or so before going in the smoker like you do with steaks? Any other suggestions or am I missing anything here? Done prime rib on the egg a few times, but never this much.
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