Prime Rib (Tied with best one I ever ate)

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Bearcarver

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Mrs Bear & I had our own little Super Bowl Party.

This one tied the Best Prime Rib I ever ate.

I won't bore you with the details this time, because I did everything just about exactly like the one in my signature below.

The only changes I made were to use the rack & pan seen below, and I used Hickory Dust in my AMNS, instead of Cherry.

If you want to see a "Step by Step" on the one this tied, go to the bottom of this post & click on "Prime Rib", in my signature.

Rack & pan makes it easy to catch juices, and if anything sticks real bad, you can throw them away.

The pans are only about 40 cents each, and the 8" X 10" rack with feet are only about a buck a piece.
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Made for each other:

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After rubbing & resting over night---Ready for smoker:

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Fresh out of smoker:

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Closer look:

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Ribs on left---Slices on right:

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Closer look---Wanta see something really good---Left click on this picture, and zoom in!!!!!

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Thanks for looking,

Bear
 
Looks like another great one!!! Cooked just right too looks good!!!
Thanks You Les,

Bear
 


Bear, you have the touch, that's a sweet looking roast and I bet it tasted like a million dollars to boot!! ---
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Thanks JMK!

I'm so glad I learned how to make these just right.

They beat every one I ever ate, and that's a couple hundred Prime Ribs over better than 40 years of searching for the perfect Prime Rib!

Bear
 
 
Perfect pink all the way through!  Great job.

When I left click on the pics it opens a new window that shows a smaller pic?
 
Perfect pink all the way through!  Great job.

When I left click on the pics it opens a new window that shows a smaller pic?
Thanks Dave!

That's weird what happens when you left click. Maybe somebody else can explain why???

It should open a new window with a larger picture (The size I put in).

Bear
 
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If you want to see a "Step by Step" on the one this tied, go to the bottom of this post & click on "Prime Rib", in my signature.

Rack & pan makes it easy to catch juices, and if anything sticks real bad, you can throw them away.

The pans are only about 40 cents each, and the 8" X 10" rack with feet are only about a buck a piece.
0c1f6eca_DSC01891.jpg


Made for each other:

7e92d4e2_DSC01892.jpg


After rubbing & resting over night---Ready for smoker:

dbb9608b_DSC01894.jpg


Fresh out of smoker:

1bf15d64_DSC01895.jpg


Closer look:

ab261009_DSC01896.jpg


Thanks for looking,

Bear
Bear, for this time it looks like you smoked the roast in the pan.  Is that correct?  I went to the link for your full method and it didn't say anything about it there.
 
 
Bear you da man. I'm still waiting for rib roast to go on sale around here. I just gotta do one of those. Yours looks fantastic. Good thing I got my drool rag tied on.  
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If you want to see a "Step by Step" on the one this tied, go to the bottom of this post & click on "Prime Rib", in my signature.

Rack & pan makes it easy to catch juices, and if anything sticks real bad, you can throw them away.

The pans are only about 40 cents each, and the 8" X 10" rack with feet are only about a buck a piece.

Thanks for looking,

Bear
Bear, for this time it looks like you smoked the roast in the pan.  Is that correct?  I went to the link for your full method and it didn't say anything about it there.
 
Yes, I'm trying to make it easier to clean up after smoking.

I didn't mention that, because the pictures show it, but I will edit this one & fix that.

I think using the pan makes it have less bark, but the taste is still just as good.

Thanks,

Bear

On Edit---I was going to change it above, but I noticed I already did say " [color= rgb(24, 24, 24)]The only changes I made were to use the rack & pan seen below, and I used Hickory Dust in my AMNS, instead of Cherry."[/color]
 
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Looking good Bear - you must have found a forturne as much as you are making those - did you start a snow removal business? LOL
 
Thanks Scar!

This was only the second one I ever smoked, the first being a few months ago.

I just had the third meal from this 5 pounder, and I think there are at least another 3 meals left---maybe 4.

Since we don't eat a lot at one time any more, that means a Prime Rib Dinner costs us less than $5 per meal.

That's cheaper than McDonald's! 
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Bear
 
Bear you da man. I'm still waiting for rib roast to go on sale around here. I just gotta do one of those. Yours looks fantastic. Good thing I got my drool rag tied on.  
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Thanks Al---I'll swap you some Rib Roast for some warm weather!!!


That looks great!  

You've certainly got that down to a science...
Thank You Steven,

Bear
 
 
Great job Bear. I think I am going to be doing another one as well very soon. Probably for Valentines day. Where the heck do you get those racks for $1? Or are you just pulling my leg on the price?
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That does look delicious Bear! You've got me drooling just thinking about how good that was/is! Defintely have to put that on my short list!
 
That is one delicious chunk of beef!!!

  Craig
 
Great Job Bear!

Questions:

1. Did you like Hickory or Cherry better?

2. Is Mrs. Bear liking smoked meat now?

Todd
 
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