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Unread 12-25-2012, 05:56 PM   #1
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Default TQ and Tyler first whole prime rib on smoker

Well I i did my first prime rib on tha smoker. Thank's for the help and input off this site. I rubbed down with EVOO and southern seasoning and let come to room temp before hitting smoker. My wife talked me out of doing the 14#er so I cut in half, she did not think 5 people could eat 14#s of prime rib. Is it called prime rib when done on the smoker????? Anyway it came out really good. I pulled at 130degress and let it rest under a foil tent. Heck Im learning and was happy!!!!!!!!!!!!











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Unread 12-25-2012, 06:53 PM   #2
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There is nothing wrong with that hunk of meat!!!! I would be proud of that especially since it is your first!!!! Looks like your gonna have the hang of it!!!
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Unread 12-25-2012, 07:22 PM   #3
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smokeyokie Thanks practice makes perfect.... I hope
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Unread 12-25-2012, 08:53 PM   #4
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Looks great. Your warming cabinet has made a couple of good looking meats, recently.

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Wow! Y'all cook as good as you fabricate!!!!!
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Looks beautiful! I learned from researching that the "prime" in prime rib refers to the first or primary set of ribs, it really has nothing to do with the quality or cooking method, it's just the first x number of ribs on the cow (unfortunately, I don't remember how many ribs it is, but I'm thinking 4 or 6)
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Looks great. The PR is always so scary as it is such a pricey thing. I still worry every time but have done a dozen of them now. Congrats!
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Looks awesome!!!!!!!!!!
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Thanks guys for all the nice compliments, i would have commented earlier but was working at the refinery all day long... Man was it cold. God bless each of you and hope you all are blessed thru the coming year TQ
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Looks delicious Tuscaloosa!! I've not heard of the Southern seasoning.. will give it a try. Thanks for posting!
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Looks like you had a great cook there! Yum!
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Looks tasty TQ.

You got me hooked on that Southern Flavor. Love it on burgers and steaks.

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Harbormaster love that southern flavor

cowgirl I will get some Southern Seasoning to ya it is made about 80 miles from my house, it is really good stuff nothing fancy just all around good stuff!!!!!!!!!!!!
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