My team lost and lost big. But who cares? I ate well.
I had determined I was making a smoked prime rib today, bone-in. My wife does not like beef rare so she overcooked it after I took it off the grill. It was still ok.
Prime rib is not the easiest cut of meat to cook. Bone in, you’re going to make a flap, slicing the part with the bones prior to cooking. You’re also going to have to cut the fat cap on top and tie the roast together or when the fat cap shrinks, it won’t baste the meat. I also prepped some hickory wood chips for the grill.
I had mine out on the grill for about 2 hours. I only had a five pound roast since we only had three people here. I also put it back in the oven for a few minutes. It came out rare. I was pleased with the smokiness and the seasoning (rosemary, oregano, basil, pepper, sea salt and a couple other herbs/seasonings). It was not nearly as good as my last prime rib. I wasn’t paying as much attention to this one as the last one. I was eating that one while it was cooking.