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Default Epic Prime Rib

I know that prime rib freaks people out because it's so friggin expensive. But it's so easy to do and so amazing. Here is our second installment of prime rib on the grill, this time braised with Andria's throughout the process. It was an amazing night. The prime rib was incredible, the red wine was amazing and the poker was fantastic. Oh yeah, the companionship was great too!!

Here is a link to the step by step, picture by picture (more than 40 pictures) of how to grill prime rib just like the way we did it...






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That looks amazing GF!
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Beautiful roast!
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Oh, my, that looks so awesome, yum.
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Fantastic.
That looks so awesome. I had to share it over on FF.
I can't wait to try this myself.
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WTG Fool. Thanks for the reference. Man, I just want to chomp on those garlic heads....
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O-M-G AMAZING!!!!!!
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I did this two years ago for Christmas and now my family demands I do it every year. Nothing beats prime rib on the grill. And it's a lot cheaper this time of year.
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That photo of the sliced meat is better than any I've seen in professional cooking magazines!

Spectacular job!

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That photo of the sliced meat is better than any I've seen in professional cooking magazines!

Spectacular job!

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Hey GF. I linked to this thread on the Huffington Post food section. Hoping to get more NCT members but it might also get you more followers. A win win for sure.
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Do you mean basted, where you say braised?
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Do you mean basted, where you say braised?
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Hey GF. I linked to this thread on the Huffington Post food section. Hoping to get more NCT members but it might also get you more followers. A win win for sure.
SWEET!!! Do you have a link for that?
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Was a simple question. . .they are 2 very different techniques, that is all.
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Was a simple question. . .they are 2 very different techniques, that is all.
And I'm saying whatever. Whichever you prefer, go with that. I'm not some sort of master chef. I'm a Grillin Fool....
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lol, gf. i was a little confused as well. braising and basting aren't interchangeable. certainly not on a grill or your fire would go out.

braising is cooking in a covered vessel with a good amount of liquid (but not submerged).

as you are the resident grilling expert here, you know about basting.

awesome job once again, btw. i failed terribly at my first attempt at a grilled prime rib a few years ago, but your pics and descriptions have me thinking about trying it again.
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SWEET!!! Do you have a link for that?
Scroll down in the comments section, GF.

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lol, gf. i was a little confused as well. braising and basting aren't interchangeable. certainly not on a grill or your fire would go out.

braising is cooking in a covered vessel with a good amount of liquid (but not submerged).

as you are the resident grilling expert here, you know about basting.

awesome job once again, btw. i failed terribly at my first attempt at a grilled prime rib a few years ago, but your pics and descriptions have me thinking about trying it again.
With all due resepct, you both seem to know what braising is.....and when you look at his grilling pics, he AIN'T braising. We all slip on occasion with words. But his pictures made it clear enough - it's basting that he meant.

If I were to pick apart the way people mis-use language everyday, I'd have time to do nothing else. While I see the worth of pointing out the correct term to a neophyte, in the end, the pictures he posted did far more than any English lesson we can have here.

Good job GF!
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With all due resepct, you both seem to know what braising is.....and when you look at his grilling pics, he AIN'T braising. We all slip on occasion with words. But his pictures made it clear enough - it's basting that he meant.

If I were to pick apart the way people mis-use language everyday, I'd have time to do nothing else. While I see the worth of pointing out the correct term to a neophyte, in the end, the pictures he posted did far more than any English lesson we can have here.

Good job GF!

But when you run a cooking blog, and are informing people with instruction, you should do them the service of giving proper terminology.
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Outstanding GF!! Do not have enough words to explain it....Keep up the good posts!
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With all due resepct, you both seem to know what braising is.....and when you look at his grilling pics, he AIN'T braising. We all slip on occasion with words. But his pictures made it clear enough - it's basting that he meant.

If I were to pick apart the way people mis-use language everyday, I'd have time to do nothing else. While I see the worth of pointing out the correct term to a neophyte, in the end, the pictures he posted did far more than any English lesson we can have here.

Good job GF!

whatever.







lol, i assumed it was basting, but you never know. sometimes when i write up recipes, i forget to include a step that would change the entire dish. i assumed gf wasn't doing that but just used the incorrect word.
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lol, i assumed it was basting, but you never know. sometimes when i write up recipes, i forget to include a step that would change the entire dish. i assumed gf wasn't doing that but just used the incorrect word.

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i certainly agree that gf's pics and instructions are excellent and are worthy of praise. there's also nothing wrong with ralphie boy pointing out a simple error, for accuracy. neophytes will need that.

why is it that panties seem to get far too easily bunched?
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