The Best Steak Ever!!!... Three Easy Steps!!!

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The Best Steak Ever!!!... Three Easy Steps!!!

Postby Dean in Eureka, CA » Mon Jan 26, 2009 12:52 am

1. Have wife purchase 12lb. 5-bone prime rib for a dutch oven gathering.

2. Turn 12lb. prime rib roast into a 10lb. 4-bone prime rib roast by slicing off one bone and corresponding roast beside it. (About 3" worth)
This will assure that the roast will fit into a 14" DCO for the dutch oven gathering.

3. On the day after the dutch oven gathering, take said cut-off from prime rib roast (Bone included) and barbeque on smoker with hickory.
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Re: The Best Steak Ever!!!... Three Easy Steps!!!

Postby Nitetimes » Mon Jan 26, 2009 10:29 am

Dean in Eureka, CA wrote:1. Have wife purchase 12lb. 5-bone prime rib for a dutch oven gathering.

2. Turn 12lb. prime rib roast into a 10lb. 4-bone prime rib roast by slicing off one bone and corresponding roast beside it. (About 3" worth)
This will assure that the roast will fit into a 14" DCO for the dutch oven gathering.

3. On the day after the dutch oven gathering, take said cut-off from prime rib roast (Bone included) and barbeque on smoker with hickory.


You gonna bring that by tomorrow night and cook it up??
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Postby Micro469 » Sat Feb 21, 2009 12:05 am

I enjoy a good rib steak every once in a while. Trouble is, local grocery stores cut them too thin...usually 1/2 inch. So I will buy a rib roast and cut it myself- 1 to 1.1/2" thick. Now that makes a good steak on the Barby...
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