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Prime Rib Roast Successes and Disasters....

The roast got to 132 at 5pm, let it rest an hour and then hit it with high temp to warm/brown, It came out great, pink throughout.

Thanks for all your help!

Dec 26, 2012
Deadeye in Home Cooking

Prime Rib Roast Successes and Disasters....

Thanks for your help, have a great Christmas. It is at 70 now, so seems to be moving now.

Dec 24, 2012
Deadeye in Home Cooking

Prime Rib Roast Successes and Disasters....

Sorry about not having enough details, I did get it in the oven, I am on Central time, so it is about 11:30 now. It has been in about 2 hours at 200 and is up to 57 degrees. I want to get the roast to something just below medium, I was thinking approximately 128 (is that the right temp??) I want to carve in approx 6.5 hours. I am going to kick it up to 225. Thanks again for your help.

Dec 24, 2012
Deadeye in Home Cooking

Prime Rib Roast Successes and Disasters....

OK, so here is the situation, I have a 17.6 pound - 6 bone roast, it is at 38 degrees and on the counter (I know I should have taken it out earlier, but the was a long night...). It is 9am, and I want to serve at 6pm. I want to cook low and slow, followed by the resting/500degree browning, but do I still have time to cook at 200 degrees?

Dec 24, 2012
Deadeye in Home Cooking