Prime rib and fatty!!

Discussion in 'Beef' started by 1jonnyz, Aug 3, 2008.

  1. 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:)!!
  2. flatbroke

    flatbroke Smoking Fanatic

    Very nice, I am curious to see how the PR comes out, I want to smoke one for the next family gathering.
  3. 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!
  4. blacklab

    blacklab Master of the Pit SMF Premier Member

    Thats a good lookin dinner plate, great job.
  5. walking dude

    walking dude Smoking Guru SMF Premier Member

    jonny..........did you let the fattie rest any?

    prime ribs looks fantastic btw.............
  6. nick

    nick Meat Mopper

    Yes In DEED! That looks awesome, beautiful rib roast there...Outstanding looking grub!
  7. dennisdocb

    dennisdocb Smoking Fanatic SMF Premier Member

    Nice lokking grub there Jonny..kudos[​IMG]
  8. tpicki

    tpicki Fire Starter

    mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm. That looks mahvellous! what temp was the PR when you stopped??
  9. wow, beautiful looking Prime Rib. Bet is was yummy as heck. Thanks for sharing the q-view. =)
  10. I let the fatty rest for 1/2 hour and it was really great!!!
  11. 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 daughter[​IMG]). Next time I'll go to 135 and let it rest.
  12. Excellent looking food. Sure the fatty and the PR tasted great!
  13. wutang

    wutang Smoking Fanatic OTBS Member

    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
  14. 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!
  15. wutang

    wutang Smoking Fanatic OTBS Member

    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
  16. bcfishman

    bcfishman Meat Mopper SMF Premier Member

    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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