Hi - I'm relatively new to these forums, so any help is appreciated.
We're doing a family event tomorrow and my mother-in-law asked me to smoke up some prime rib roasts. The plan was for me to smoke them at my house and then bring them over to her house.
The problem (at least in my mind) is that we'll want to get there early, which means I'll have to wrap them in foil and towels and the whole works and bring them over. This always works fine for well-done meat or poultry, but I'm planning to do these up medium or so. I'm really worried that if I keep these things wrapped, they're just going to keep on cooking and then I'm going to have to serve well-done prime rib to my wife's family (horror show) - if anyone has any advice on transport of prime rib and letting stand for a few hours without wrecking them, I'd appreciate it. THANKS. JH