Remove the silver skin For people who want to eat the rib bones French the bones For a fancy finish The secret trim For more flavor on all sides of the meat
Rub liberally on all sides, and let the prime rib rest on the counter while you prep your grill.
Start by cooking the prime rib at 250F degrees over indirect heat. This will give you an uber-tender prime rib.
The best part of a rib roast is the herbaceous crust. To create this, crank the grill to 400F degrees and continue cooking.
Once you roast reaches 135F, pull it off the grill and let it rest for 30 minutes while you get the rest of dinner finished.
If there are just a couple of folks who like their beef well done, cut their slice and throw it back on the grill to keep cooking.
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