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Unread 12-24-2012, 09:05 AM   #1
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Well I decided to cook a whole ribeye for tonight. So it weighs 14#s and i want to cook on my cooker, I will prolly be running around 300/350 it will be cooked in my warming chamber that i have equipped with a charcoal/wood basket. The meat will be cooked around 18 to 24"s away from the fire/ but the fire will be directly under the meat. Any tips will be appreciated i would like it to be at least medium rare. what temp do i pull it??? how long do you think it will take?? Have you ever done this??? Mamma said why not do it in the oven but...... Daddy is hard headed
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Unread 12-24-2012, 09:44 AM   #2
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I would suggest a diffuser plate of some kind between the fire and roast. What kind of smoker are you using? Why not just cook it in the smoking chamber if it has one
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It is on a custom built reverse flow I built with a warmer cabinent. I cook brisket in the warmer all the time i have added a charcoal basket to it. Just do not want to fire the whole cooker up for one roast/ Ribeye
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I'm doing a 14.5 lb'er myself today and have done this several times before. I'll cook mine at 325-350 cooker temp until it reaches 120 IT, then I'll either put it on another HOT smoker (450-500d) or likely just throw it in the oven at 500d until the IT is at 135 (med rare). Then I rest and carve. I'm planning on about 4 hours total cook time, including the "reverse sear".

Here's a good website on the basics of making a prime rib roast:
http://www.primesteakhouses.com/how-...prime-rib.html
NOTE: although the website is not necessarily about SMOKING, times and temps and basics will still apply.


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Philippians 4:8 NASB Wampus Thanks so much that is exactly what i was looking for....... Love that verse also
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