Prime rib sounds good .

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So I grabbed a whole rib roast the other day . Broke it down into steaks and a couple roast .
$9.39 a pound . About as cheap as it gets here .
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Seasoned up with Canadian steak seasoning and held overnight in the fridge .

This morning I got it out to warm on the counter for a few hours before going on
The SmokeFire .
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Set it to smoke boost and let it run while I watched the race .
This is about half way through .
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My Son made brussel sprouts . Baked in the oven then hit with honey , lemon and chili crisp .
They were awesome .
He also makes a baked mashed potato thing . Has eggs , sour cream and onions in it .
They're good too .
I made an Asiago and rosemary sourdough . Everything was really good , but I'd have to say
the bread was the star .
Pulled the roast at 122 thinking it would carry over more , but it didn't .
I like it more around 130 , because it cuts better and has more flavor I think .
Still good though . My Daughter tore it up . The bread got devoured . Great flavor in that .
Anyway ,, Moo Moo ,
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Here's the bread .
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Beautiful looking meal!! Prime rib looks Awesome but I hear you on that bread! Looks like a Winner for sure!
 
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Looks great Rich. Color on the meat looks just right. Excellent plated shot. The bread looks delicious as usual. Nice job.
 
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Whoa, that's one fine dish Rich, I'd be all over that in a heartbeat! Do the sprouts get steamed and then sauteed in the honey-pickle-lemon? I eat sprouts a lot, be nice to shake things up. RAY
 
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Beautiful looking meal!! Prime rib looks Awesome but I hear you on that bread!
Thanks bud . The bread was a surprise . First time I did one flavored like that . you should have smelled it baking .
very nice.
Thanks !
Looks great Rich.
Thanks Mike . Appreciate the comment .
Whoa, that's one fine dish
Thank you Ray .
Do the sprouts get steamed and then sauteed in the honey-pickle-lemon? I eat sprouts a lot, be nice to shake things up.
They were great . I'll get you the rundown , but he baked them in the oven , and when done and hot out of the oven he squeezed the lemon over the top , and drizzled the honey , then mixed in the chili crisp .
 
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More scratch & sniff pics - My goodness. Rib-eye roast is my favorite
It sure smelled good in the kitchen , and out back . Heck in the front too . I went out to get a package and said , Man someones cooking something good . Turned out it was me ! Lol .
Thanks for looking .
Great looking plate of food Rich
Thank you Jim .
Great looking meal Choppy!
Thanks . The meat needed a bit longer on the rest , but you know how it is . You'd think everyone is starving to death .
Cant wait to try my hand at SD bread!
Jim , it's nuts . Completely addicting . I mixed up more dough this morning to put in the fridge .
Baked the one in this thread yesterday , did this one at the end of last week .
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Looks awesome Rich!! I'd love that prime rib for sure. I'm curious when you say bits the Brussels sprouts with pickle crisp as in calcium chloride?
 
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Looks awesome Rich!!
Thanks Jeff . Horseradish and prime rib are a weakness for me .
I'm curious when you say bits the Brussels sprouts with pickle crisp as in calcium chloride?
LOL . I guess I was still stuck on the pickles I made over the weekend .
How 'bout Chili crisp . Nice catch .
 
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Looks great!!! I'll take the leftovers!
Thanks .
Awesome all around that prime rib is to die for. If it doesn't kick or bite, I can handle it.
Thanks Warren . My Father in law used to say " Knock the horns off wipe it's backside and put it on the plate "
 
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