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What temp and how long yo cook a 5 1/2 pound prime rib roast


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At what temperature do you cook bone in and boneless prime rib and how long per pound


13 - 15 minutes per pound @ 300 - 325 degrees F, pull when meat is 125 F - 130 F (internal temp.) for rare to medium-rare. Err on the low side. Allow to rest; the meat will continue to cook while resting. For example, if you cook it to be medium-rare (130ish F), then pull it out of the oven, and let it rest, it will end up being medium to medium-well (140 - 145 F) once cut. So be aware.

Bone-in, bone-out it doesn't really matter, because the bone is not in the center of the meat. It's best to let the prime warm at room temp for a period of time, before cooking. An hour or so from the refrigerator (not frozen).

Some people like to place the prime into a hot (425 F) oven or grill/smoker for 10 -15 minutes, then turn down to roasting temp. This is done to sear the outside, which will give it a crispy/seared outside. This doesn't "lock in" flavor, juices or anything else, it is more of a visual and texture thing. If you do this, the cooking time will be reduced, because the oven/grill will have to come down in temp over a period of time while the meat is cooking. I don't recommend doing this with prime rib. It ends up being overcooked and tough, due to the fast then slow roasting of the meat.

What you want to keep in mind is: roast the meat low and slow. Check the internal temp, with a meat thermometer, early to avoid overcooking. Don't forget the internal temp of the meat will rise after taking it out of the oven. Let it rest for 10 - 15 minutes before slicing the meat.

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My ribs came out done but not fall off the bone tender. What cAn I do to achieve fall off the bone tender?


For pork ribs, start by cooking them for 2 hours, at 225, internal temp 160 degrees, then remove from the cooker and foil them.

Be sure to put some of your mop juice, or apple juice inside the foil packets to help them steam and get tender.

Smoke them in in the foil for about 1:45 to 2 more hours. Remove the ribs carefully and vent them. They will be fall apart tender now, and fragile. Let them sit.

After about 10 minutes they will have firmed up again enough to move them back onto the grill for glazing. Use some sauce or a finishing rub to taste.

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Is there a place where I can find the cooking times for meats? Our old grill had a wonderful booklet which listed the cooking times for a one inch steak, chicken breast, ribs, etc. Thanks!


Since all grills heat and cook differently, time is not always the best judge for cooking meats. Use what I and many other professional griller's use, an instant read insertable Meat Thermometer. They are not expensive and can found in the kitchen accessories dept of any big box store. I'm not talking about some electronic gadget. I'm talking about the same thing professional chefs use. It's small, fits in your pocket and has the cooking temperatures for beef, pork, fowl, fish, etc written on the side of it's holder. Whether you like it rare to well done, the temperature range is indicated on the side of the holder.

Keep in mind, the thermometer on a grill is reading the air temperature when the hood is closed. Not the temperature at the cooking grates. Which can be 50 to 100 degrees F, hotter.

If this doesn't sound like want you want to try. Go to www.foodnetwork.com and I'm sure you'll find what you're looking for. Plus, some GREAT grilling recipes.

Hope this helped you and Happy Grilling!!

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Google "Smokering" and you will find a lot of forums dedicated to smoking food. It is an art in itself but many of these forums are helpful in learning.

The answer to your question is basically put as many racks of ribs that fit without touching and as long as the temperature is maintained they will all cook at the same time. I typically smoke my ribs at 225 for 4-5 hours.

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How do I smoke pork ribs in the char-broil gas smoker? How long to smoke ribs and at what tempeture?


use a drip pan with some water or apple juice, they should cook approx. 2 1/2 hours at 325.

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