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Unread 12-09-2013, 09:44 AM   #16
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PS: Wampus, we tie ours up so we can tuck the tip end back on itself rather than wack it off.
I thought of that. I do that with salmon fillets when I smoke em too.
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Unread 12-10-2013, 11:04 AM   #17
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Why don't you cook a prime rib using the reverse sear method? If you cook it at 200-225 it will take a few hours to get to temp. You should have plenty of time to get to chruch and back before its ready.
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I have done this a few times and it has always been a hit. The recipe calls for the oven but I cook it in the Akorn.
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When you or yopur butcher trim the fat save it and put it on top of the tenderloin during the cook I have done this putting the rub underneath. The fat melts into the meat during the cook and it turns out awesome I have also made a chimchurri sauce that really was good with the meat
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Unread 12-10-2013, 12:09 PM   #20
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Why don't you cook a prime rib using the reverse sear method? If you cook it at 200-225 it will take a few hours to get to temp. You should have plenty of time to get to chruch and back before its ready.
Wellllllll........because I smoke my prime rib roasts at about 100 degrees higher than that.

Plus....it's Christmas Eve mass. It will take a bit longer and my son is singing in the choir as well, so we have to be there earlier than normal. And....it's always so packed due to all of the "Chreasters". You know.....the people that always seem to show up only on Christmas and Easter to take our regular seats!

As I said, I usually do prime rib. I've done that for at least 3 years now. I'm not a worrier, but I'd really have a hard time putting a $100+ piece of meat on the smoker and then leaving the house for at least 2 hours. Since I usually do a whole roast (about 14-15 lbs) it's pricey. From what I've been reading, a whole tenderloin will take less than an hour tops, perhaps even half that.
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I have done this a few times and it has always been a hit. The recipe calls for the oven but I cook it in the Akorn.
http://www.bettycrocker.com/recipes/...8-d5887fd63828
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Hmmmmm......I never considered stuffing it.
I've done the stuffed pork loin many times. I'll have to consider this.
I'm just not sure how you can improve on arguably one of the best cuts of beef out there? Sometimes simple just works better.
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After mine is cooked, I make a heavy cream, red wine, peppercorn sauce to go with it.

It don't suck!
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I also trim the small end and side part away. I marinate and skewer them, so I have some kabobs to munch on while the roast cooks.

I like to season the meat, then wrap the roasts in bacon, then season the bacon. I reverse sear - when the IT is about 110*, I take off the bacon, baste the roast (EVOO, garlic, rosemary, thyme...), then I sear the roast to IT 125 or 130.

Chop up the bacon and saute it. Add some butter, red wine, beef broth and reduce it. Makes a good sauce.
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After mine is cooked, I make a heavy cream, red wine, peppercorn sauce to go with it.

It don't suck!
Well.....you farkin TEASE!!!
Like a glaze? Dippin sauce? How thick are you talkin? Do you glaze the roast when done or each slice after carving?

Details. DETAILS!!!! I NEED DETAILS WALTER!!!!
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Well.....you farkin TEASE!!!
Like a glaze? Dippin sauce? How thick are you talkin? Do you glaze the roast when done or each slice after carving?

Details. DETAILS!!!! I NEED DETAILS WALTER!!!!
Shut the fark up, Donnie!

Usually, I'll take two of the small cartons of heavy cream, about a fourth of a bottle of good red wine and about two or three palms full of black peppercorns. Put that in a saucepan and simmer real low for about an hour. It will thicken to the point of a kind of thin gravy.

After that, I'll S&P the sauce to taste.

To start, maybe use one little carton of heavy cream, 1/8 bottle of decent red wine (the kind you'd actually drink) and a couple palm fulls of peppercorns just to try out first. The longer it simmers, the thicker it gets, the tastier it gets! It do not suck!

Oh, afterwards, I just spoon some over the sliced meat. Or, you could use it as a dipping sauce. Whatever floats you In-N-Out!

Is THAT good enough, Donnie???!!
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Wamp must be stuck in that N&P vortex, again.
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Nah. He just heard me coming. Sorry Wamp! Didn't mean to spoil the party! Let me tell you what I think about the whole tenderloins I've cooked: "*"


























Yep. Never done one. Interesting thread.
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I agree it needs to be trimmed. Wish I had pictures but I will do my best to describe. After you trim the silver skin and chain off, take the thin end and fold it back towards the middle. Use butchers twine to tie up in to a pretty even log. Then rub the whole thing with kosher salt. Stick it on a wire rack in your fridge either uncovered(depending on what else is in your fridge) or loosely covered. You can do this anywhere from 4-24 hours out.

Then season with coarse black pepper, onion powder, and garlic powder and bake or smoke at 225 until an internal of 118. Let rest for about 15 minutes. Then reverse sear in a cast iron skillet. After you remove the roast make a quick au poivre sauce. Deglace the pan with 1/3 cup cognac then add 1 cup of heavy cream and reduce. Have also finished by putting a compound butter on the roast as soon as it comes off the sear (Butter, salt, pepper, minced shallot, parsley, minced garlic)

This was our normal x-mas dinner until I started doing prime rib.

I am sure whatever you decide on it will be delicious.
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Shut the fark up, Donnie!

Usually, I'll take two of the small cartons of heavy cream, about a fourth of a bottle of good red wine and about two or three palms full of black peppercorns. Put that in a saucepan and simmer real low for about an hour. It will thicken to the point of a kind of thin gravy.

After that, I'll S&P the sauce to taste.

To start, maybe use one little carton of heavy cream, 1/8 bottle of decent red wine (the kind you'd actually drink) and a couple palm fulls of peppercorns just to try out first. The longer it simmers, the thicker it gets, the tastier it gets! It do not suck!

Oh, afterwards, I just spoon some over the sliced meat. Or, you could use it as a dipping sauce. Whatever floats you In-N-Out!

Is THAT good enough, Donnie???!!
Pink peppercorns lend a more perfumey flavor while retaining some of the pepper flavor.They grow wild in FL., Calie and Brazil.
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I just trim the silver skin and fat, use a simple salt & pepper rub and cook indirect to about 100* then sear to an IT of about 120* (our family really like beef rare) , turning pretty frequently to get all sides. I've done them on the Webers but vhere is a shot of a couple on the Santa Maria ranch grill.
Now this is a smart man........He tied the tail of the loin as well as the rest.
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