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Smoked Standing Rib Roast

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Smoked this rib roast for a neighborhood competition on Saturday. It was about 4-5 lbs (4 bones). Smoked with cherry wood at 225 degf on my WSM. It only took about 3 1/2 hours to get to 125 IT. I pulled it, double foiled it and put it in a cooler covered with towels to rest for a couple hours. Wow, was it delicious. Thanks to Bear for some tips. My rub was light and consisted of kosher salt, cracked black pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, white pepper and coriander. Took first place int he competition too!

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post #2 of 5

Looks Great, Yank!!!:drool

 

That Prime Rib will win any contest !!Thumbs Up

 

Nice Job!!

 

Bear

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Thanks again, Bear.  I also cannot say enough great things about my Weber Smokey Mountain.  I started this smoking meat journey with a MasterForge can smoker ($69 at Lowe's).  Even after making all of the Brinkmann mods, I still could not get good temp control, or more than 5 hours of consistent heat out of it, due to it's small charcoal bin.  This WSM came right up to 225 degf and stayed there within 5 degf either way through the whole smoke and I didn't have to mess with the vents once.  Love this thing!

post #4 of 5

I doff my cap to the winner! That is a roast that will win hearts as well as contests.

 

Disco

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That looks very good man!  :drool  Nice smoke  Thumbs Up

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