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My Thanksgiving Prime Rib

post #1 of 15
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Here's what I did on my Traeger 075:

13# Turkey and additional 2 Turkey Legs & 6 Chicken Legs, A Fattie filled with Mango Jalapeno Sausage, Pepperoni, Provolone & 4 Cheese Mix, and A Prime Rib:

Rounded it off with some Pteradactyl Eggs, Corn on the Cob, Mashed Potatoes and some more smoked Mango Jalapeno Sausages

Everyone loved it - lots of food, lots of good friends, and a whole lot of fun!
post #2 of 15
lookin good, quite the thanksgiving spread!PDT_Armataz_01_37.gif
post #3 of 15
You had your smoker filled and working hard! Glad you had a nice Thanksgiving.
post #4 of 15
Looks Good Tom...PDT_Armataz_01_34.gifPDT_Armataz_01_34.gif
post #5 of 15
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The rest of the pics of the Turkey and everything else is in the Turkey Throwdown Q-View thread.

I got leftovers for a week!
post #6 of 15
Looks great, What temp did you smoke the prime rib at? did you put it in a pan at all or leave it on the rack the entire smoke? What pellets did you use? I am looking to do one on my traeger in the near future.
post #7 of 15
Nice looking smoke - love that Prime Rib!
post #8 of 15
Man I love a good prime rib roast. I get them bone in and to me they are better with the bone in. But you did a heck of a job with the rib and then a turkey and all the fixins too. Great job and Happy thanksgiving leftovers day.
post #9 of 15
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I had it on Medium and then kicked it up to High when it got to 120 Internal so it would crisp up the seasonings on the outside a little - at the same time the bird was getting the crisp skin treatment as well.
post #10 of 15
I looked like you placed alluminum pans under the rack, am I seeing correct? If so did you place fluid in them or just to catch the drippings
post #11 of 15
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I use aluminum pans underneath the rack to catch the drippings - it seems so much easier than refoiling the whole drip tray (as that gets messy too), and having to dump out the grease bucket. Depending on what I'm cooking, I sometimes put some liquids in them - but usually they just catch the drippings, as the drip tray gets so hot, it just evaporates the liquid in the trays (unless I put a lot in). Hope that made sense.

I change out the foil in the aluminum trays every cook.
post #12 of 15
I want an invite to your house next year...what a feast.

Well done

post #13 of 15
Thanks for the info Tom. I will give it a try on my traeger
post #14 of 15
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No problemo. That's what we're here for!
post #15 of 15
Very nice work.Last one i did was last years christmas-same this year.

Worth the wait and points.gifon that prime rib....I needed that.
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