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I won't go back to oven searing after having this roast. A neighbour of mine mentioned cooking Prime Rib at as low a temperature as he could and like you uses a probe thermometer. On November 24, 2010 at 12:38 PM, Dilbert said. If I dared to make it the night before, how could I re-heat it without ruining the rare-ness of it (the microwave cooks too well done from the inside out) Any tips are appreciated - I am a first time.R.R. Overcooked beef (or lamb, or liver) is a sin of the highest order. Sorry, I am not an engineer, so no measurements! We then cranked up the oven to 500F, and crusted the exterior for about 8 minutes. Whether you are cooking a 3-rib roast or a 7-rib roast, the thickness is the same. Retrieved 24 December 2011. I read your excellent detailed recipe, I am also an engineer. I made fajitas with left over prime off Road Vehicles rib for the crew.

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The "labeled grade" on a chunk of meat must stem from a usda inspection/grading process - which is not "free" for suppliers. Oven to 350, kids are really cranky, wife wondering how much longer.

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Due to their wisdom we grow wise and are able to say all that we say, but not because we are greater than they. Such systems have in the past been sold as aftermarket accessories, but are today seldom seen in traffic. Watch fat sear for about 6 minutes, or preferred crispness. See, if you cook it at home to 135F, then travel an hour and the temp drops to 100 or 110F, you can reheat in their oven set to the lowest possible temp (usually 170F) for 30-45 min and the roast should be still less. I use a Big Green Egg, which helps make me look much more talented than I actually am :-) But the tips posted here undoubtedly saved my bacon! Subject: Challenge for Michael Chu - Prime Rib chowder As seen in the Neiman Marcus catalog. 50 Deg will leave the beef in a 2 rib certainly rare, and leaves option to recook what's left.

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