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9lb Bone-In Prime Rib Qview

post #1 of 35
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Basic Slather Mix,

Smells good!

Here's the victim

Looks better now

I'll put this heated beef stock & onion in a foil tray under the roast

I cut a small "green" apple limb up into 2" to 3" peices

Charring the apple and a hickory chunk

This old #8 CI is my wood fry pan (it has a crack in the bottom, I had to find some kind of use for it!)

My Smoke Source

UDS (one of these days)

Cleaning and pre-heating

Ready for Action!

I luv this little "Jewel" gas Stove/Oven

Igniting the lump

I can't resist a little extra Hickory Chunk


Good Smoke Flavor from here

I'll let everything get leveled out and put on the roast.

This is getting too long, I'm going to put the rest in a second thread
post #2 of 35
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9lb Bone-In Prime Rib Qview

Au Jus, Ah Yes

Everything pre-heated lets the "smoking" start

Looking Good


250* here is 225* at the cooking level

1 hour in (I just had to look!)

3 1/2 hours latter the 130* pulling temp I wanted

I foiled -toweled - coolered for 20 min.

A Successful Smoke!
post #3 of 35
Everything looks great then and your fire is well on it's way to the finest rib roast yet. I like the idea of leaving the rib bone in for the flavor too.
post #4 of 35
Nice job! Looks delicious.

Mine's on the counter at room temp, and gonna throw in the smoker within the hour :)
post #5 of 35
Looks good. Gonna do mine in the oven around 4:00 this afternoon. Outside of watching the glow on the children's faces, the prime rib is my favorite part of christmas!
post #6 of 35
Thats it I'm already on I-95 heading north do you want to give me the address or am I gonna have to follow my nose. Man that looks great and I want some .points.gifjust have to be awarded so you can be one of the first I'm sure.
post #7 of 35
This is pure torture. You don't now how bad I am cursing our weather right now. I can't get and smoke a thing, and to top it off, I have to be teased by this. Mouth watering is an understatement. Great job and points to you for what is an absolutely fantastic looking smoke. points.gif
post #8 of 35
i bet that temp you pulled at and the foil and rest gave you exactly what you were looking for. nothing like a med rare/med rib roast!!!points.gifbeautiful work bro!!!
post #9 of 35
Except for a mooing rare rib roast!icon_mrgreen.gif

Looks wonderful GPN, I know you and you're guests are going to enjoy that roast!points.gif
post #10 of 35
Nice lookin' start!

Good old outdoor kitchen set-up...got alot a stuff in mine too, everthing serves a purpose, too.

Gotta check out your progess thread and see how yours comes out..mine lastnight was an intense feast!!

post #11 of 35
Hey pine needles, I seen the end results of this smoke, fantastic, just came across this one, the prep a few minutes ago. Very very nice.
Love your old gas stove you use for lighting your chimney. Just for giggles, ask BBQ Engineer how he lights his charcoal chimney. You'll get a kick out of it. LOL
post #12 of 35
Aaaaaaaah, that is a nice one....

Nice seperation of the bones...bet that's a great treat on it's own.

I really would have liked to fire up my SNP for my beast yesterday, but it just wasn't meant to be, or I would have put a drip pan under it like you did. I skipped it with my smoke vault because the pan size would have encroached the heat path too much and baffled it...happened with my last packer brisket...makes for an interesting but very long night...icon_mrgreen.gif

Well done (med) smoke! points.gif

post #13 of 35
Great job....I only eat one once a year and tonites the nite.
post #14 of 35
Awesome looking prime rib!! Just got done eating some smoked pork loin but am thinking next year, prime rib!! Great Qview too!
post #15 of 35
Looking Good...PDT_Armataz_01_37.gif
post #16 of 35
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Thanks! Head on up here and help yourself, if we run out we'll smoke somthing else! Better bring a jacket, it's 37* here.
post #17 of 35
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Woops! I meant to thank whoever put my post's togather, Thank You.
I wasn't sure if I was trying to put in too much.
post #18 of 35
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I really appreciate the kind words, you are having some weather! Find a way to enjoy it and smoke when you can PDT_Armataz_01_01.gif
post #19 of 35
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With Qview I hope!
post #20 of 35
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I agree, it's a treat!
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