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Old 03-13-2018, 05:52 PM   #1
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Default Reverse seared prime rib on the Bayou classic cheap offset smoker

This one didn't go the way I hoped. I was on point up until the very end and failed...kinda. lol. I don't want to give away the ending but it was a pretty rookie mistake. Fortunately, the video is fun and I think people will get a kick out if regardless.

https://youtu.be/rqV9UniFbyk

For those that care, I still really like this cooker. I've probably used it 15-20 times or so. For me right now it's pretty close to perfect. It's the right size, easy to use, is holding up well and since I only have $400 bucks in it after all the Costco refunds, I don't feel bad if I don't have time to use it for a few weeks at a time. The only thing I'd change is the steel feet because the rust marks up the patio. Other than that, I'm completely content for now. I hope Costco carries them again.
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Old 03-13-2018, 06:30 PM   #2
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lol on the sugar, that thing didn't even look like it needed a sear. I love my Bayou cooker, I picked it up because of your vid last year. And JasonTQ also.
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It looked like a great cook on a good piece of meat...up until you were talking about the nice char. I have been there on some steak and chicken and pork steak before. Keep posting those videos! I know I enjoy them.
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Great video again. Just subscribed to your channel.
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Mighty Fine Jason! A'lil sugar don't stop no show.
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great video , i think maybe if you would have let it ride out where it was on the pit to say around 130 you would have had a great bark with out the need of the reverse sear and still have a good mid rare . man that roast was looking DEVINE until the reverse sear ... great job and great vid kid
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Great video - I have the same cooker (thanks JasonTQ) so enjoyed seeing it in your video. Also, I appreciate you posting the "rookie mistake" and not taking yourself too seriously.
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Had me laughing with all the outtakes!

Great video as usual Justin.
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...serves you right for eating meat........


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Well... sometimes you're the windshield & sometimes you're the bug. What the hell, enjoyed watching the vid. Glad you went ahead and posted it.
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Enjoyed the video, as already said I would have skipped the sear.
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lol on the sugar, that thing didn't even look like it needed a sear. I love my Bayou cooker, I picked it up because of your vid last year. And JasonTQ also.
It's the best bang for the buck I could have hoped for.
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It looked like a great cook on a good piece of meat...up until you were talking about the nice char. I have been there on some steak and chicken and pork steak before. Keep posting those videos! I know I enjoy them.
That actually got edited down. Originally I said "I got a nice char but I think I over did because I forgot there was sugar in the rub." When I ate it, I ended up saying the same thing again and it sounded redundant so it made sense to cut it out at that point. I knew I was screwed. lol.
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Great video again. Just subscribed to your channel.
Thank you so much. Glad you enjoyed it!
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great video , i think maybe if you would have let it ride out where it was on the pit to say around 130 you would have had a great bark with out the need of the reverse sear and still have a good mid rare . man that roast was looking DEVINE until the reverse sear ... great job and great vid kid
I know. It kills me. haha.
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