Oven cooked Rib Roast .

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chopsaw

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Plans got switched up and we stayed home yesterday . So I did todays rib roast last night .
Sandwiches were requested , that's fine .
I use Alton Brown's method for cooking when I use the oven . I seasoned it up and sat over night in a plastic bag .
Roast starts in a Cold oven set to 225 . Cook to desired IT , then pull it out to rest .
Reset the oven to 500 / 550 . After the roast has rested , it goes back in the hot oven for 10 minutes . Pull and slice .
Used Kane's steak house . Local to St. Louis .
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Out of the bag from the over night . Surprised to not see any liquid .
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Long ride at 225 . I actually turned the oven down to 200 .
I think it was about 3 1/2 hours to reach 125 .
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Oven set to 425 to cook the take and bake rolls while the roast
is resting .

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Rolls done , oven bumped to 500 . Put the roast back in for 10 minutes .
Spun the pan 180 at the 5 minute mark .
Waiting to be sliced .
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Cut up some stuff for toppings .
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I don't have a good slicing knife , and figured I better leave my slicer covered up .
Final IT said 129 on the new wireless therm .
Blurry pic .
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I put grated horseradish on the bottom bun .
Then started stacking .
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Red onion
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Lettuce and tomato . My Son made a spread from grated horseradish , Dukes mayo ,
green onion , chives , and some lime juice .
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Closed 'er up .
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Cut pic really doesn't do it justice . Great flavor on the beef , and the horseradish is a must .
That sauce he made was great too . I had some Au jus from a jar .
Good meal . That's a great technique for the oven with any beef .
The outside had a nice crunch to it .
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Thanks for lookin .
 
Looks delicious Rich! Bet that was fabulous! Perfect doneness as well!
Merry Christmas to you and your kids!

Ryan
 
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Yes that is about as good as a Samich can get!

Nice work Chop! The method looked as though it worked well, it had a nice bark!
 
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Nice job on that roast Rich, and the sammies look fantastic.

Point for sure
Chris
 
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That looks amazing, nice meal there!

Wow I will have me one of those sammies.

Looks delicious Rich! Bet that was fabulous! Perfect doneness as well!
Merry Christmas to you and your kids!

Nice work Chop! The method looked as though it worked well, it had a nice bark!

Nice job on that roast Rich, and the sammies look fantastic.
Thanks fellas . Hope you and yours are enjoying the day .
 
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Looks perfect from where I'm sitting Rich, a fine piece of work there! Been a Alton fan since like forever, guy's a genius! RAY
 
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Rich, I misread the title of the thread. I swore it said over cooked rib roast. I kept looking for a photos of a cinder and didn't see anything other than a perfectly cooked roast and beautiful sammies.
Nice!

Stu
 
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Looks fantastic Rich! I sure love horseradish in mine too.
Thanks Jeff . The real deal grated horseradish is killer .
Looks perfect from where I'm sitting Rich, a fine piece of work there! Been a Alton fan since like forever, guy's a genius!
Thanks Ray . Yes he is . I have a Discovery + subscription , and you can get all the episodes of the seasons , and the newer reboot show .

Looks darn good.
Almost hated to do it as a sandwich , but it was really good .
 
Stupendous sammiches! That spread your son made looks/sounds like it's killer, I love horseradish on my beef. I have used Alton's method and used the - oven as high as it goes for 3 minutes per pound, then turn oven off and let it ride to desired IT. Not sure which method I like best. The latter is sure easier, but as we all know, easier isn't always best.
 
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Both the roast and rolls look great
Thanks Bern , I appreciate that .
Those rolls are " Take and Bake " from the store . Half baked already , the you finish them at home . They're pretty good .
That is some good lookin meat, my mouth is watering.
Thanks bud . That back in at 500 makes a nice crunch on the outside . Great flavor too .
Man I’d pay good money for one of those sammich!
Looks great.
Jim , free to you sir . Thanks for lookin .
I misread the title of the thread.
Lol . I do that all the time .
perfectly cooked roast and beautiful sammies.
Nice!
Thanks Stu . I appreciate that .
 
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