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    2013 Xmas rib roast

    Grass fed 7 bone on my http://www.komodokamado.com

    seared at 500 for 10 minutes then about 3 hours at 250 to allow for a very uniform color/temp.

    pulled at 115 with a 40 minute rest before carving.

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    2013 Xmas rib roast

    If there is any leftovers I'll pay for the shipping. Even it is just a bone with some scraps on it !! Lol.
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    Re: 2013 Xmas rib roast

    Quote Originally Posted by pwrstrk
    If there is any leftovers I'll pay for the shipping. Even it is just a bone with some scraps on it !! Lol.


    Looks like you did a truly fabulous job on that!! It is cooked to perfection if you ask me.

    We did a "Bone in" this year, and it was most delicious. My part was anyway...I had to pull out, and cut off my hunk, then throw the rest back in for all the "well doners" around my place. Criminal...I know, but you gotta do what ya gotta do sometimes.
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    Re: 2013 Xmas rib roast

    Quote Originally Posted by Brushpup
    Quote Originally Posted by pwrstrk
    If there is any leftovers I'll pay for the shipping. Even it is just a bone with some scraps on it !! Lol.


    Looks like you did a truly fabulous job on that!! It is cooked to perfection if you ask me.

    We did a "Bone in" this year, and it was most delicious. My part was anyway...I had to pull out, and cut off my hunk, then throw the rest back in for all the "well doners" around my place. Criminal...I know, but you gotta do what ya gotta do sometimes.
    I have that issue too! It's hard trying to cook it to please everyone!

    Mk1 - that looks absolutely delicious!!
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    Re: 2013 Xmas rib roast

    That roast looks just the way I like it!
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    Re: 2013 Xmas rib roast

    Nice roast

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