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Old 12-27-2005, 07:56 AM   #1
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Thanks to all that kept me from overcooking the Prime Rib for my catering job on Friday. I cooked 2 whole prime ribs (boneless) on the smoker... (sorry.. no pics.. didnt have time.. not to mention.. I forgot the camera).... I cooked them at 300 for about 3.5 hours til they hit 130 degrees, foiled and dropped in the cooler... when I sliced them at the end of the buffet line (carving station style) they were a wonderful medium. I didnt want medium rare for the crowd... some dont like it that red... anyhow... these people raved over that stuff... it was great.. I rubbed with cajun and montreal steak seasoning... inserted garlic in slits I made... that was the best prime rib I ever had and was told the same thing by many at the dinner.

Thanks again for not letting me over cook it.

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Old 12-27-2005, 08:00 AM   #2
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Gary...just for point of reference...my Mom made one for Christmas Dinner and she pulled it out of the oven when the internal was 108*...then she let it sit for a while and it was a perfect mid rare---but a shade on the rare side...just like I like it!!! But not for a catering event...people would think it was under cooked!
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mmmmmm...rare beef...Mongo like rare beef !
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Old 12-27-2005, 09:15 AM   #5
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the smaller one was just a bit pink where as the larger one (which was sliced first was between medium and medium rare.... I think it may have been a little too much on the rare side for some.. but i still got good comments. I figure medium pleases the crowd for the most part.
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