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Old 12-29-2006, 05:18 PM   #1
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First Cook On Stumps

Finished seasoning the smoker this afternoon and attempted my first smoked prime rib roast. My wife and son loved it. Tasted just a tad too smokey for me. I used Hickory. I'll try a milder wood next time. I cooked it until internal 120 in the smoker and then finished it off at 500 degrees in the oven for about 10 minutes to brown the exterior. The meat rested for about 30 minutes. Internal temp when sliced was about 131. Everyone loved it, especially my dog Buddy who got one of the bones!

If you look closely you can see a little bit of a smoke ring on the plated picture.

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Old 12-29-2006, 05:20 PM   #2
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Looks good to me.
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Old 12-29-2006, 05:24 PM   #3
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Looks good. Try Oak next time, a man's wood
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Old 12-29-2006, 05:29 PM   #4
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It's about time you fired that smoker up
Looks good Dallas..
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Dallas that looked awesome!

Lucky dog you got there, he gets a taste
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Got to vote with Dats on the Oak. It real highly easy to get oversmoked on them tightly regulated pits such as the Stumps..BWS..WSM..etc. Lot of woods tend to offer some overkill with Hickory..Pee Can and...Mesquite topping the list. Oak and a little fruit wood combo be just whut the doctor ordered in my book. Plum and apple is my personal favorites. And it dont take much of any of it. Think minimal here. Coupla real small chunks should work fine for the entire session. Make sure it got bark. The flavor of the wood is in the bark ya know?

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looks good. how was the potato cooked?
My bet it was finished off with cheese in that 500 degree oven
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A real man would have done it on a 500* BGE
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Thanks guys for the comments. Looking forward to many more smokes this winter, something I couldn't do in the past. Puff, you should have seen Buddy run off with that bone. He wouldn't even eat it on the deck, probably thought someone would take it from him.

Buddy is indeed a lucky dog. I think I mentioned it once before how Buddy was in a battle with cancer. He was given just a few weeks to live back in October when he was found to have inoperable lung cancer. The Vet gave him little to no chance for survival. I decided to seek an opinion from a Veternary Oncologist who confirmed the original vets opinion and said that there was less than a 30% chance he would even respond to chemotherapy. Well we rolled the dice and decided to treat him anyway and after researching the internet for days I found some pills that supposedly would boost Buddy's immune system and help him fight the cancer. This was relatively new therapy and the pills were 100% natural, no prescription required. I thought I was probably wasting my money but ordered some. They said they were 100% guaranteed or your money back, so what did I have to lose? Well to make a long story short, Buddy has responded exceptionally well to his chemotherapy and pills (he takes 9 of them a day). All the tumors in his lungs but one are completly gone and the remaining one has shrunk by over 75% (as of his last visit). Buddy will be getting his last chemotherapy next Tuesday. The reason I'm mentioning this is that sometimes miracles do happen. I know that there are some people on this board whose family members are battling cancer and I wanted to share this story with them. All I can say is never give up hope and its amazing what can be accomplished with a little faith and prayer and good medicine. Sorry for going off on a unrelated story but it's our little Christmas miracle this year and I wanted to share it.
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looks good. how was the potato cooked?
Brian, I got to confess, I didn't make it. My wife bought it at Heinens supermarket and I heated it up in a 350 degree oven until bubbly.
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