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Unread 12-09-2012, 10:59 AM   #16
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Very nicely done sir!

I have one in the fridge dry aging for Christmas dinner.
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Unread 12-09-2012, 11:14 AM   #17
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Great looking prime rib!!
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I put mine on indirect at 400. After 45 mins. I lower the temp to 325 and remove at 125 internal. Awesome crust. Takes 3.5 to 4 hrs.
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Hot Damn......That is gorgeous! You nailed that! What a beautiful cook, good work.
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Thanks for posting back, that roast looks great
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Looks great, thanks for the pics.
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Thanks everybody for the kind words this meal really turned out great and it was actually a really fun cooking:)

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Beautiful looking Roast
Question. Since at high Temp there is little advantage in term of smoke production, could one have a conventional oven Pre-Heated to 450 to finish the reverse sear and establish a good outside crust. Would seem to be cost effective in terms of Pellet usage etc
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Beautiful!
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Beautiful looking Roast
Question. Since at high Temp there is little advantage in term of smoke production, could one have a conventional oven Pre-Heated to 450 to finish the reverse sear and establish a good outside crust. Would seem to be cost effective in terms of Pellet usage etc
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The answer is yes. I would have it as hot as your oven will go. That way the roast is in the oven for the shortest amount of time as possible.
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looks darn good.
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