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ok i finally got the pics uploaded!!  They are now waiting to be approved by a moderator, since i am new to the forum...  Now time to fire up the smoker for the two rib roasts!!  They were embedded with garlic, then rubbed with salt, pepper, thyme and rosemary.. 

post #24 of 33

Can't wait to see them!

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Not sure why it hasn't posted the pics yet.. They are showing up in my album...
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Finally, the pics are up!! The roasts were delicious, thanks everyone for your help!!
post #27 of 33

Very Nice Uga !!!!!

 

I can tell by looking at the pics, no knife needed & it melts in your mouth!!!!

 

Thanks,

Bear

post #28 of 33
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You are correct Bear!! The 4 pound test roast came out at a perfect rare-medium rare.. The two 7 pound roasts seem to cook much faster than I had anticipated.. I pulled them off the heat and wrapped them in foil until our guests arrived. They held around medium but the tenderness and amount of juice more than overcompensated for them being cooked a little long.. I have had this problem last time I did multiple butts as well.. Is it common for larger cooks to hold more heat and cook faster?
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You are correct Bear!! The 4 pound test roast came out at a perfect rare-medium rare.. The two 7 pound roasts seem to cook much faster than I had anticipated.. I pulled them off the heat and wrapped them in foil until our guests arrived. They held around medium but the tenderness and amount of juice more than overcompensated for them being cooked a little long.. I have had this problem last time I did multiple butts as well.. Is it common for larger cooks to hold more heat and cook faster?


I wouldn't think so, but many other guys do bigger smokes than I do. Maybe some will chime in.

 

Bear

 

post #30 of 33

Looks like you pulled off a great smoke. Congrats and many more great smokes in your future

post #31 of 33

The prime rib looks perfect!

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I use my cell phone and send them to my email addy then load them in my computer then just click on to the icon in the reply box and follow the instructions...good luck...Looks like you did a real good job....I can just taste some of that !

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Roller that's the way I did mine too.. I hardly ever use a computer, everything I do is through my phone. I wonder why they don't have the image upload on the mobile format??
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