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Discussion in 'Beef' started by bearcarver, Aug 19, 2011.
Yep I love the Prime myself. Drools !
Thanks WSK !
You would be welcome here any time!! Gotta give me 3 days notice though---My meat freezer is never above 0˚.
LOL---Thanks, I have been!
5.71 pounds has so far been 2 breakfasts, 5 Suppers, and a snack.
About 2 meals left.
Prime Rib is so easy, even a lowly Bear can do it.
Thank You Much!
Thanks Al !!!
These are soooo easy to make---You make beauties too!!!
This is the closest one I did to your IT.
I wish I could eat this every day!!!------Wait a minute, I have been since Wednesday!!!
LOL---Thanks Shooter !
and the crowd goes WILD!!!!!
Another Awesome Prime Rib!!
Hea there Bear... love the PR... but that last pic... nothing like steak an eggs with some smoked rib roast! also like the way you kept it simple-salt,pep,garlic... great looking PR man!
Man that looks awesome!! I'm sittin' here at work now thinking about lunch and it's only 9:30, I need to stop looking at this site before noon.
You're making me want to try my hand at a Prime Rib now! (like RIGHT now).
Thanks for the q-view!
My Friend this is an a amazing meal. the meat is juicy and the ribs are yummy . now after a long weekend of smoking looking at this food i am gating hungry again.
Your AMNPS makes it so much easier!!!
Thank You much Erain!!!!
Good to see you!! I miss your Awesome Fish Posts!!!
You gotta drop one on us sometime!!!
You forgot to call me lol, that looks perfect
You are the king of prime rib bear! Nailed another one -- done just how I like it. All goes well and the weather holds, I'll be doing one next weekend.
Bear another Fantastic looking prime rib!!!....I love seeing your favorite spuds in both meals... You get a different camera? Your pictures have jumped up a few notches. Thanks for sharing the Views!!!!
I love smoked prime rib! Looks delish.
Thanks Talan !!!
Thank You Aaron!!!
I'm always hungry!!
Thank You RdKnB !!!!
Thanks John !!!
That's Great---They're so easy, and they taste soooo good!!
Don't forget the Qview!
Thank You Very much!
Same camera---Maybe I held it steadier for a change!!!
That looks Delicious Bear... Nice Job...
Thanks Paul !!!!
I had a slice for you, but it was so tender the earthquake shook it apart !!!!
Bear better than a Rib House quality. I'm going to give this a try tomorrow. I see you pulled it at 133 degrees. What temp and for how long? My wife likes her meat well done but this time she is just going to have to but her piece on the grill after I pull it at 133.
Thank You !!!
You can see the whole process on the first page of this thread, but it took 4 1/4 hours at 220˚ to get to 133˚ IT.
This one was 5.71 pounds. If you cover it for about a half hour after pulling, it should go to maybe 140˚, and still be pink all the way through.
I purchased my MES last April. I notice you have a roaster pan cut in half at the bottom, is that a heat baffle?