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Father's Day Prime Rib

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So this Fathers Day I am going to be smoking the most expensive meat I have purchase to date. A 4 Bone Prime Rib. I have a Masterbuilt, and while it is fantastic for temperature control (actually cooks things a bit fast sometimes), it never seems to do well creating a crust, or bark. I have even resorted to finishing most meats on the grill for a RS. In any case, this is one I can't get wrong, so I wondered if any of you running electric smokers, especially the Masterbuilts, have overcome this, and what your solution was?

(Likely will make a separate thread of my brisket troubles)

Thanks!
post #2 of 5

Bear turns out some great PR and he only uses a MES

Richie

 

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/159333/bears-step-by-step-index#post_1149932

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So this Fathers Day I am going to be smoking the most expensive meat I have purchase to date. A 4 Bone Prime Rib. I have a Masterbuilt, and while it is fantastic for temperature control (actually cooks things a bit fast sometimes), it never seems to do well creating a crust, or bark. I have even resorted to finishing most meats on the grill for a RS. In any case, this is one I can't get wrong, so I wondered if any of you running electric smokers, especially the Masterbuilts, have overcome this, and what your solution was?

(Likely will make a separate thread of my brisket troubles)

Thanks!


MES are Great for Prime Rib, and very Easy.

 

Here are two of my favorites----One in a Pan, and one not in a Pan.

 

These are in Step by Step form:

 

Smoked Prime Rib (47th Anniversary Dinner)

 

Smoked Prime Rib (My Best Ever)    

 

I've been doing most of them in a pan lately, including one I did today, but that one won't be posted for a day or two.
 
 
Bear

 

Thanks Richie!!

post #4 of 5
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Thank you guys for the speedy replies!! I check out your links Bear, and I think that is going to be my guideline for Prime Rib.
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Can't go wrong with Bear & his MES recipes!

 

Al

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