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Prime rib and fatty!!

post #1 of 16
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Here's some pics of my 7 lb. prime rib and fatty that I'm cooking up today on the 22" Weber with the Smokenator 1000. The fatty has sauteed vidalias, red peppers, poblanos, taco cheese, along with a sprinkling of Penzey's Southwest spice and wrapped in bacon:-)!!
post #2 of 16
Very nice, I am curious to see how the PR comes out, I want to smoke one for the next family gathering.
post #3 of 16
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Here's the finished product... the prime rib was awesome with the horseradish cream sauce!! The fatty was EXTRAORDINARY!!! I actually liked the $4.00 fatty more than the $75.00 prime rib!
post #4 of 16
Thats a good lookin dinner plate, great job.
post #5 of 16
jonny..........did you let the fattie rest any?

prime ribs looks fantastic btw.............
post #6 of 16
Yes In DEED! That looks awesome, beautiful rib roast there...Outstanding looking grub!
post #7 of 16
Nice lokking grub there Jonny..kudosPDT_Armataz_01_37.gif
post #8 of 16
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm. That looks mahvellous! what temp was the PR when you stopped??
post #9 of 16
wow, beautiful looking Prime Rib. Bet is was yummy as heck. Thanks for sharing the q-view. =)
post #10 of 16
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I let the fatty rest for 1/2 hour and it was really great!!!
post #11 of 16
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I let it go to 145 and it had to rest for an hour until my daughter got here. It was done just a hair more than I wanted (I'm blaming that one on my daughtericon_smile.gif). Next time I'll go to 135 and let it rest.
post #12 of 16
Excellent looking food. Sure the fatty and the PR tasted great!
post #13 of 16
I know this topic came up in a thread the other day but how do you like the smokenator. My brother in law has been kinda interested in one. Just wondering your opinion on it
post #14 of 16
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I LOVE the Smokenator!! It is an awesome addition to the Weber grill, and the price is right around $50.00. I can keep my temps right around 225 for the duration and only have to put more charcoal in every few hours. BTW, I only use Wicked Good Briquettes... they burn a longggg time with little ash! Also, if you wanna grill indirect just leave the water out and you'll get higher temps!
post #15 of 16
Thanks for the feedback. I have shown my brother in law the smokenator website and he really liked it. He is thinking of getting one, but he also wants to get a bigger grill w/ offset fire box. Thanks again for the info
post #16 of 16
To give the prime rib a little extra kick and enhance the flavor (IMO) throw some seasoning on each side and sear on cast Iron for 45 seconds both sides. Helps to cook/caramelize some of the fat and gives a nice finished taste
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