As well as a shoutout to ChefJimmy for his au jus recipe
I just followed the directions listed on both, other than the fact that i was using my propane fueled cedar smoker so I used chips instead of pellets and I was working with a 10lb prime rib so the time was extended by about an hour and a half. Heres a couple pics of the prep along with some fresh caught tuna loins i sliced up for the bbq. (A whole nother kinda deliciousness by the way)
So once the guests showed up (10 adults and 12 children) I unfortunately was quite preoccupied trying to keep everybody entertained and keeping an eye on the prize (and drinking beer) that i didnt get any pics once everything was done and laid out on the counter but I DID get a moneyshot of it prior to the wrapping in foil and letting "sit" . Prepare for your mouth to start watering....
WAIT FOR IT!
THERE IT IS!
Thanks to Bearcarver, I will never do a prime rib any other way! This thing was so juicy and so flavorful and with ChefJimmys au jus dribbled over top, it was the best prime rib I've ever had. Wish i could have taken more pics of the prime rib AND tuna but I had a herd of hungry kids to deal with. Hell I even had a 4 year old girl sucking the fat down cause it was so flavorful! I didnt want to waste the marinade for the tuna so i chopped up a couple more loins thin and made some smoked jerky snacks with it which I'll share in the fish forum. A HUGE shoutout to Bearcarver! You got your prime rib dialed and I thank you for sharing with us your delicassants so that we can simply amaze our friends and family as well! Have a great day all and happy smoking