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Old 12-25-2009, 08:37 AM   #1
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Prime Rib: The Wolfe, (Finney?) and Almost Rempe Method....

Trimmed (4) Big RibEyes off a 20 pounder early this morning, seasoned and started cooking ahound 8:15 in oven at 200*, hoping to eat around 1:00

Trimmed Roast & RibEyes




3.75 hrs in...at 117* on the heavy end....closing in!

Finished, Simple, but Really Good...
Thanks Larry!!



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Old 12-25-2009, 08:43 AM   #2
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Re: Prime Rib, Rempe Method

Now that is one huge hunk of meat! Please feel free to send me any leftovers.

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Old 12-25-2009, 09:43 AM   #3
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Re: Prime Rib, Rempe Method

I have one question........how did a method that I cooked with and used and before many people knew about it somehow get named The Finney Method and now The Rempe Method? I did not invent the method, but deserve some sort of credit here.......

Bad enough Jim Minion stole my idea of lighting charcoal!
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Old 12-25-2009, 10:16 AM   #4
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Re: Prime Rib, Rempe Method

Well I know that I never tried that method UNTIL Larry posted about it. The Rempe method has NOTHING to do with steaks or roasts!
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Old 12-25-2009, 10:54 AM   #5
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Re: Prime Rib, Wolfe, (Finney?) and Almost Rempe Method

Hmmmm, sorry, but I missed your post on this cooking method..Never heard of until the PatioDaddio post early in the week, then as an update to that string, it was noted that this was the Rempe method from which I gave the credit to Greg on this cook. Now I find out you are also a player and to make matters worse, Nick points out that Greg has nothing to do with it. Geeze, sometimes it's just hard to get it right.....anyway, out of respect to the known players, the Subject matter will require an update...Whats a guy gotta do to jus get along....
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I have one question........how did a method that I cooked with and used and before many people knew about it somehow get named The Finney Method and now The Rempe Method? I did not invent the method, but deserve some sort of credit here.......

Bad enough Jim Minion stole my idea of lighting charcoal!
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Re: Prime Rib: The Wolfe, (Finney?) and Almost Rempe Method....

Wish I could be there when it was time to eat.........................
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Re: Prime Rib: The Wolfe, (Finney?) and Almost Rempe Method....

The Cap'n invented it. He just named it after Larry.
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Old 12-25-2009, 11:23 AM   #8
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Re: Prime Rib: The Wolfe, (Finney?) and Almost Rempe Method....

Kinda thought that might be the case....Probably where the Captain's Cut originated as well.....

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Re: Prime Rib: The Wolfe, (Finney?) and Almost Rempe Method....

DJ, Please understand the amount of jealousy that these folks have with me...I am the one who invented this way of cooking...BUT...like with everything else, they try to steal it and rename it as their own. Petty people...makes me sick!!

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Re: Prime Rib: The Wolfe, (Finney?) and Almost Rempe Method....

Just be glad you didn't use the ronbeaux method or it would have been burnt!
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