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post #61 of 70
Oh... My... Heavens!!! That looks incredible!!!
I will have to give that a try.
post #62 of 70

That is one beautiful cut of meat, and you really did the honors with the way you smoked it.

GREAT JOB !!!

post #63 of 70
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Originally Posted by maloff28 View Post

Oh... My... Heavens!!! That looks incredible!!!
I will have to give that a try.

Thank

 You Maloff !!!

Go for it----Easy & you'll love it !!

 

Bear

post #64 of 70
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Originally Posted by bigkahunaranch View Post

That is one beautiful cut of meat, and you really did the honors with the way you smoked it.

GREAT JOB !!!

 

Almost missed you------Thank You Much !!!

 

 

Bear

post #65 of 70

Awesome PR as usual John!

post #66 of 70
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Awesome PR as usual John!

 

Thank You Ross!!

 

 

Bear

post #67 of 70

Wow, with that kind of instructions, I think I could do that!

 

And I just ate, but boy am I getting all hungry again!!  Excellent down to the sides!  first.gif

post #68 of 70
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Wow, with that kind of instructions, I think I could do that!

 

And I just ate, but boy am I getting all hungry again!!  Excellent down to the sides!  first.gif

 

Thank You Very Much, Elsos!!!

Prime Rib is one of the easiest smokes I do.

 

Bear

post #69 of 70

Looks incredible. I noticed you 86ed the water bowl. What is that small rectangular tray on the right next to your drip pan? Looks like you're using it as a drip pan extension.

 

You used Angus beef? Even without your comment it was easy to see which was "Bear's" cut. Looking at the pics of the prime rib, that's Michelin Star-worthy cooking, my friend.

post #70 of 70
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Originally Posted by daRicksta View Post

Looks incredible. I noticed you 86ed the water bowl. What is that small rectangular tray on the right next to your drip pan? Looks like you're using it as a drip pan extension.

 

You used Angus beef? Even without your comment it was easy to see which was "Bear's" cut. Looking at the pics of the prime rib, that's Michelin Star-worthy cooking, my friend.


Thank You Rick!!!

The water pan is still there---I just never put water in it.

 

That thing on the right is a foil covered sheet of aluminum. A 1st Gen MES has a bad habit of the heat coming off the element (on the right), and running straight up the right side & out the exhaust vent (which is also on the right side). That aluminum sheet is tilted up on the left, forcing the heat from the element to move over to the center before rising through the smoker

 

LOL----My hand slipped making my slice a little bigger than Mom's..

 

 

Bear

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