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I got a 3 pound USDA Prime boneless prime rib at Costco.




I seasoned it well with McCormick's Montreal Steak seasoning. I used about 1/3 of the 3 oz bottle of seasoning. I used Worcestershire sauce as a binder.




I set the grill up to cook at 225* until an IT of 119*. I used pecan wood for the smoke. It was taken off and allowed to rest until the IT reached 128*





Here is the finished product after I carved of a couple of slices for the wife and myself.




We're going to have some of it tonight with a salad.

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add what wood used for smoking.
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17 hours ago, keeperovdeflame said:

Nice job looks wonderful. I love Prime Rib, and it's traditional on Christmas in our house. Good tradition to have. 

This is the first prime rib I have cooked on Christmas since about 1999. That one was a bone in roast. A couple of days later I was slicing some for a sandwich and the knife slipped and cut a tendon in my finger. When I told my son what I was cooking Tuesday, he told me "don't cut a tendon."

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2 hours ago, scarfmace said:

Great looking prime rib! I'm going to make it for the first time tomorrow, how much time should I recon? Bought about 3kg bone in.


Mine took about 2 hours for a 3 pound boneless. Not sure of how long on your PR, but I was cooking to a specific temperature (120* F) rather than a set time.


The sides that we had were cooked in the microwave, so they were cooked while the PR rested.

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