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Celebratory Prime Rib

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Thread Starter 
Well my daughter was born last Thursday and my parents were in town from New Orleans. My dad's a lover of prime rib....well we all are, so I thought it was a perfect chance to give Bear's instructional a go. Spiced with salt, pepper, onion and garlic powder and wrapped overnight. Put it in the smoker with it set at 230 and the AMNPS with pittmaster going at about 12:15. Pulled it out at around 4:45 and 131 degrees and let it sit for about 40 until the mac n cheese was done. Unknown final resting temp....but I knew where it would end up at so I wasn't worried. It was amazing!

My dad standing around the smoker...he's not used to the cold!

Some celebratory champagne!

And here's a shot of the new member of the family, Ruby Nicole.
post #2 of 11


Great looking prime rib...Beautiful daughter!



post #3 of 11

Wow, Beautiful little girl, and a nice looking PR to boot


Good job    --------   On Both



post #4 of 11
That's what 9 months at a temp of 98.6 will get you, one beautiful baby girl!! Congrats to you and the wife on a job well done. And the meal looks great too.
post #5 of 11
Great job on both congrats!
post #6 of 11

Congrats the baby is beautiful the PR looks great, get Dad a heavier Jacket they will be visiting more.

post #7 of 11

RG, congratz on the new family member and good looking PR to go with the good looking daughter.

post #8 of 11
Thread Starter 
Thanks everyone. She's been great and the PR was amazing. It was a surprisingly easy smoke to be honest. I will surely be doing it again.
post #9 of 11
Congrats! That little girl is gonna grow up with some good eatin'
post #10 of 11
Prime Rib Looks-Great.gif

And Congratulations.gif on a beautiful little girl ...

in about 13 years you'll have all the boys you want...
post #11 of 11
PR looks awesome as does the cute little girl.

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