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Discussion in 'Beef' started by bearcarver, Oct 8, 2010.
A definite add to my "To Do" list!!!
Wow looks great! I agree with NWDave, another thing for the list. LOL
Good golly miss molly. I just wanna lick that plate. I love slicing it up as thin as I can get it and making a sammie. Mmmmmmm. Bear, you are the man!
It was easy!
Do it. You can follow my directions.
They are from others on this forum. Pineywoods, bbally, and a few others.
I just consolidate & appreciate!
Wow... JUST wonderful, Bear!! Looks great!!
My butcher takes the bones off for me, then ties them back in place on the beef, so I don't have to mess with it, but I still get the good roasty bone bits (perfect for gravy). I have never even tohught to smoke one before. Man-oh-man... This is what Christmas is gonna smell like at Castle Steele!
Christmas would be a great day to do one of these.
Even a little better than the other 364 days.
It's hard to believe, but I have never been to a restaurant that had Prime Rib on their menu, without trying it at least once.
Also I have prepared Prime Rib at home, in the oven & on the Showtime Rotisserie, and this was by far the best Prime Rib I have ever had (home or away).
I am DYING to do rib roast!!! just have to be patient and wait for the holiday prices - and then I'm stocking up! This looks as close to perfect as I can imagine. Thanks for the tips, especially how you "held" it without losing any quality. I guess I'm an "extreme" meat eater - either it's cooked so long it's falling apart, or rare enough it's almost still bleeding...
Looks and sounds good. A good idea for Chrismas dinner or something too.
See watcha went and made me do big bad Bear! I got the boneless because it is a prime cut. They had the bone-in in the choice cut, but NOOOOOOOO I had to get the prime. They are going to order me a whole bone-in prime and they dry age it for me too! Woohoo! That's gonna be a chunk o' change fer sure, but it will be my Thanksgiving dinner. I'm going to wrap this puppy in cheesecloth and age a few days (if I can wait) in the fridge then I'll be smoking that bad boy. I love the marbling on this baby. I see a pot of collard greens and some garlic mashed potatoes and homemade bread. Lezzeat! Thanks for the great ideas Bear!
Sensational selection. That looks like the first cut off the loin end of the rib. Huge eye with great marbling. Good luck and great eating. Notice that the "bone-in rib eye" thread is over 50% chuck and yours is natural no-cap. Besides, there is no such cut as a bone-in rib eye. Those terms are mutually exclusive.
Are you doing Thanksgiving ON Thanksgiving? Or later that weekend? I need to know to make my flight arrangements to come EAT THAT AWESOME PIECE OF BEEF! Daaaa-yum!
You know, my birthday is *just* before Turkey-day...
Any time Princess! I'm so excited! I can't believe I get so worked up over a chunk of beef! Once again, it is all Bear's fault!
Holy Mackerel There Amos!
Don't blame me!
I'll stick with choice! Prime is too rich for my blood.
You girls sure get excited when you see a big hunk of meat!
I clicked on this link in another thread. Sure glad I did. That's looks great! My list is growing fast.
Somehow I seem to have missed this thread... That looks great Bear....
You should have been here for the eating part!
Looks like a true winner!!! Very nice job there brother!!!