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Old 03-16-2012, 11:03 AM   #1
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Exclamation ok who's the prime rib guru

Well since were breakin out the 5er this weekend
I thought I'd do it in style!
I've already rubbed my prime rib and it's been marinating
Since last night.
I've never cooked a prime on an open fire.
So far I've been told 6 layers of aluminium foil.
Turn every half hour.
We like ours med rare so about 135f

Any other grilling techniques?
On a tri pod?
In the warm coals?
In a pan on coals?
In a pan on tri pod?

Thanks in advance for comments and suggestions.
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I know it's a personal thing, but I kinda prefer the taste of meat rather than too much marinating and seasoning. I usually just use a fair amount of salt and a sprinkling of pepper to taste and roast in the oven covered for a couple of hours and then remove cover for the last 1/2 hour. All subject to size of roast.
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Do you have a Dutch Oven? I've seen people who do prime rib in a 12" or 14" deep dish DO.

Here's a recipe that might help.
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Old 03-16-2012, 12:14 PM   #4
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Do you have a Dutch Oven? I've seen people who do prime rib in a 12" or 14" deep dish DO.

Here's a recipe that might help.
No I don't have a do.
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Old 03-16-2012, 12:17 PM   #5
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I know it's a personal thing, but I kinda prefer the taste of meat rather than too much marinating and seasoning. I usually just use a fair amount of salt and a sprinkling of pepper to taste and roast in the oven covered for a couple of hours and then remove cover for the last 1/2 hour. All subject to size of roast.
I use a prime rib rub from fareway.
its a powder you mix with water to make a paste
The rub and let sit in fridge for a few days.

I like a lot of flavour some don't.

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Prime Rib! That'll kill ya!

What you should have is a big, juicy veggie burger. My mouth's just watering thinking about!

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I prefer the dutch oven. We simply hang it over the fire on our tripod. We make them almost every camping trip. If you don't have a dutch oven, try an aluminum pan, covered in foil. But watch it carefully, because you don't want the bottom to burn. Only takes about and hour and a half, depending on the size of your roast. Make sure you take it off before it reaches final temp, because you'll want to let it rest and it will come to final temp while resting. You could also do it on the rotisserie if you want; we've also gone that route over an open fire. We have a portable rotisserie that we can use over a camp fire. Best of luck!!
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Old 03-16-2012, 01:20 PM   #8
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I prefer the dutch oven. We simply hang it over the fire on our tripod. We make them almost every camping trip. If you don't have a dutch oven, try an aluminum pan, covered in foil. But watch it carefully, because you don't want the bottom to burn. Only takes about and hour and a half, depending on the size of your roast. Make sure you take it off before it reaches final temp, because you'll want to let it rest and it will come to final temp while resting. You could also do it on the rotisserie if you want; we've also gone that route over an open fire. We have a portable rotisserie that we can use over a camp fire. Best of luck!!
Can I borrow your rotisserie?

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Prime Rib! That'll kill ya!

What you should have is a big, juicy veggie burger. My mouth's just watering thinking about!

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Dave, those veggies are what will kill you! I knew a guy who used to eat a single stalk of celery every day. You wouldn't think that would be enough to hurt you, but the man is dead! Struck down in the prime of life. He was only ninety-seven when he got hit by the bread truck -- on his way into the grocery store to buy celery. I tell ya, that stuff will kill you!
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Can I borrow your rotisserie?

Lol ty.
how about borrowing our DO. we bought a extra large one just for making the PR.

Assuming you have a grill or tripod you could also lay it on there tent it with foil and turn it frequently.

safest bet withut the DO would be a tented aluminum pan. A second pan upside down over the first is an easy ay to tent/ cover your roast.

don't forget to cook up some mushrooms and onions in Aujuis to smother that big ole slab of beef you'll be gnawing on.
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