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Unread 11-14-2012, 11:27 AM   #16
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Great cook right there!! Looks perfect!
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Unread 11-14-2012, 11:37 AM   #17
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What Mister said....

That looks killer!!
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Looks delicious...more on the stuffed shrooms please...I'd like to make some of those.
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Well done.
If you don't mind me asking, why would you (or anyone for that matter) grill slices of prime rib?
IMO, you've just ruined everything you've worked so hard to obtain.

So, why would you grill slices of prime rib?
I don't get it.
Please help.
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Looks delicious...more on the stuffed shrooms please...I'd like to make some of those.
I should have taken better notes because we will be making these again and I didn't write down measurements. Used 1/2 lb roughly of imitation crab, about 1/2 a cup- 3/4 cup croutons that I put through the food processor, 1/2 a block of softened cream cheese, some melted butter (mixed with the crushed croutons) some minced garlic and salt and fresh cracked pepper all mixed together and stuffed into the mushroom caps - topped with some shredded parmesan cheese.



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Looks awesome!

Did you take it straight from the smoke to the grill, or did you let it sit for a bit before?
I let it rest until the grill was up to time to sear - so I suppose 20 mins or so and then I sliced it right before it went on the grill.



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Well done.
If you don't mind me asking, why would you (or anyone for that matter) grill slices of prime rib?
IMO, you've just ruined everything you've worked so hard to obtain.

So, why would you grill slices of prime rib?
I don't get it.
Please help.
If you haven't tried it you may want to give it a whirl - it is another layer of flavor to the Prime Rib (especially with the grill grates) - it taste amazing!! As you can see in the pic it was only on there for a quick few mins and still served at medium rare. I thought the same as you before we had actually had it served like that in a restaurant and I knew I wanted to try it for myself at home. You also have more control over how "done" each steak is for those people that seem to have it cooked well for some odd reason .
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"Grate" use of your GrillGrates--- your Prime Rib looks over the top!!!
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X 2 of what everyone else has already said !!
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Ohhhh yes! Love it
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That looks awesome! We did this last Christmas with what was left of our roast, and it made great steaks.
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If you haven't tried it you may want to give it a whirl - it is another layer of flavor to the Prime Rib (especially with the grill grates) - it taste amazing!! As you can see in the pic it was only on there for a quick few mins and still served at medium rare. I thought the same as you before we had actually had it served like that in a restaurant and I knew I wanted to try it for myself at home. You also have more control over how "done" each steak is for those people that seem to have it cooked well for some odd reason .
Thank you.
That makes some sense.
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All I can say is WOW!!!
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