Yet another Rib Roast (With Qview)

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I did a 13 lb roast yesterday for Christmas dinner. Coated with EVOO then sprinkled with salt, pepper, and garlic. Used a combo of apple and cherry wood and kept the smoker between 225 and 250. When it hit 133 I pulled it and wrapped in foil and towels and into a warm dry cooler till slicing just before dinner. Thanks for looking

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Yes Jerry thats a great way to spend Christmas Dinner. I'm sure you and yours loved it and you all have a Very Merry Christmas too.  
 
It took 5 hours in the smoker and the smoker wanted to stay around 240-245 most of the smoke
 
Look delicious! We did one yesterday also. I pulled it at 120* and it was perfect medium rare. Looking at yours it's obvious I lost temp control a couple of times because mine did not looks as evenly cooked. Anyway, we are getting ready to sit down for leftovers.
 
Great job, Jerry!  But, how did you get everyone to wait long enough to get a picture of the whole thing sliced?  I had to beat 'em off with the back end of the cimeter just to keep 'em from grabbing and chawing!  lol!  Wonderful looking prime beast!
 
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