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First Prime Rib on MES 40

post #1 of 15
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First time posting and first time smoking a Prime Rib!

 

A big thanks for the tips from the great smokingmeatforums.com community, especially @Bearcarver! The Prime Rib was a huge success! So everyone deserves a pat on the back!

 

Breakdown-

15lb Rib Roast

MES 40 Gen 1

AMNPS with Hickory Pellots

Rubbed half with just Salt and Pepper

Other half with Jeff's Texas Style rub recipe

Smoked 5 hours at 220

Then put the thermometer in for the remaining 2 hours until meat hit 130 degrees.

Pulled, rested and slice.

 

Enjoy the view...

 

post #2 of 15

Nice   Great Looking PR   points1.png

 

Gary


Edited by gary s - 6/30/15 at 3:56pm
post #3 of 15

That Looks Beautiful Andrew!!!:drool

 

Mighty Tasty!!-------------------------------------:points:

 

It Just Doesn't Get Better Than That !!!:drool

 

Nice Job!Thumbs Up

 

 

Bear

post #4 of 15

Looks good to me.

 

Richie

 

:points:

post #5 of 15

Andrew,

Do you know you posted this thread twice?

 

Bear

post #6 of 15
Thread Starter 

Yeah I meant to post it in "Beef" and not "Roll Call"

I didn't know how to delete it from Roll Call so i just added to Beef also.

 

Andrew

post #7 of 15
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Originally Posted by AndrewH View Post
 

Yeah I meant to post it in "Beef" and not "Roll Call"

I didn't know how to delete it from Roll Call so i just added to Beef also.

 

Andrew


No big deal---Just letting you know. 

 

You can't delete a Thread. All you can do is delete the contents.

 

Only a Mod or Admin can delete a thread, or move one.

 

 

Bear

post #8 of 15

Very nice.  Does prime rib had any bone in it?  What cut is it?  I really want to try one of these buy want to make sure I know WTF Im doing before torching a $100 piece of meat LOL!!!

post #9 of 15

Glad you posted this. I have a MES 40" with the AMNSP and wasn't sure about doing one of these. Did you smoke the whole time?

 

Smell Smoke

post #10 of 15
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Originally Posted by mummel View Post
 

Very nice.  Does prime rib had any bone in it?  What cut is it?  I really want to try one of these buy want to make sure I know WTF Im doing before torching a $100 piece of meat LOL!!!

 

The prime rib did not have a bone in it. And i honestly don't know the cut, I purchased it from a buddy who owns a local restaurant where he can buy cases of Ribeyes. I think it was only $7.00 lb.

post #11 of 15
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Originally Posted by smell smoke View Post
 

Glad you posted this. I have a MES 40" with the AMNSP and wasn't sure about doing one of these. Did you smoke the whole time?

 

Smell Smoke

 

Yes the meat was in the smoker the whole time. I love my MES 40 and AMNPS- best combo available.

 

But I got all my info from @Bearcarver - PRIME RIB (New Best Ever!!!) - and since you have the MES 40 & AMNPS he is a must follow because he also cooks with the MES 40 and has  "Bear's Step by Steps" for all sorts of meat.

post #12 of 15

Thanks, Bear sent me that same link about 10 minutes ago.

 

Smell Smoke

post #13 of 15
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Originally Posted by mummel View Post
 

Very nice.  Does prime rib had any bone in it?  What cut is it?  I really want to try one of these buy want to make sure I know WTF Im doing before torching a $100 piece of meat LOL!!!


Prime Rib is what we usually call "Standing Rib Roast". I normally buy "Choice", because "Prime" is too expensive.

 

It normally has the Rib Bones attached, but I cut them off when I buy them & save them all for a couple of batches of Meaty Smoked Beef "Dino" Ribs. (My favorite Ribs)

 

Ribeye Steaks are cut from the same roast, but we make them one slice at a time.

 

 

Bear

post #14 of 15

So a single prime rib steak with the bone on it is called a rib eye?

post #15 of 15
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Originally Posted by mummel View Post
 

So a single prime rib steak with the bone on it is called a ribeye? (One word)


I don't want to Hijack Andrew's thread, but yes.

 

There are other names:

Around here a Ribeye without the bone is often called a "Delmonico".

A 2" Thick or more Ribeye with the bone is often called a "Cowboy" Steak.

 

They seem to invent new names all the time.

 

My favorite is still the Prime Rib, like Andrew made here!!!:drool

 

Bear

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