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Unread 02-22-2010, 11:11 AM   #1
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My brother decided he wanted to pick up a prime rib for us to cook on Saturday. We weren't sure if my wife was going to be home so it was either going to be 3 or 4 people.

He drops off the roast on Friday and it is about 16" to 20" long and weighs 13.5 lbs!
For 3 people!

We decided we were going to cook 1/2 of it on the BGE and 1/2 in the oven. I forgot to put a drip pan down so after about 2 hours when I opened it to get a temp check, the whole grill turned into flames and nothing was bringing it down. I closed the grill to kick off the oxygen but my temp was climbing over 400 so I had to pull it off. It finished up in the oven at 325 for the last 1/2 hour or so.

The BGE version was coated with Montreal Steak and kosher salt, the oven version was just kosher salt and fresh ground black pepper. They were both amazing and way better than most prime rib houses imo.
We got the roast at a local wholesaler that provides the meat to all the casino's and many of the high end restaurants. 5.99 lb for prime-prime rib.
I've also gotten their untrimmed prime tenderloins for 9.99 lb and bone in delmonico's for the same price. The bone in delmonico's are called Cowboy steaks and have incredible flavor.
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Unread 02-22-2010, 11:44 AM   #2
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Steak seasoning or salt and pepper. I agree. Basic flavor layering keeps your prime rib tasting at its best.
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Sounds incredible- so how much was actually eaten?
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A photo would help your story.
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Unread 02-22-2010, 12:57 PM   #5
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I thought I had to have a subscription to post pictures, so I didn't take any.

As for what was eaten, we finished off the one from the BGE and we had about 1/2 of the one from the oven left. My brother is about 6'3" and weighs about 250 and my son is 25 and can put away mass quantities of meat.
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Just your description of the Egg Volcano worked for me.
That was a huge roast!
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Great save on the BGE roast. It could have gone wrong really fast
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I thought I had to have a subscription to post pictures, so I didn't take any.
No subscription necessary, Greg! Just put the pics on a photo hosting site like Photobucket and include the image URL here by clicking the Insert Image button when typing in your post and pasting the image URL in the dialog box that pops up.

Good save on the Prime Rib in the Egg! It sounds like a great meal!
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Sounds great!
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Cant see it but would definately eat it
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Sounds good. Next time he gets a hunk-o-beast like thagt cut your own cowboy steaks -I have one in the freezer..... wonder what the weather is going to be like this weekend.....

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