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Update. I used CZ's method and it turned out just superb. One thing I think really helped was allowing the roast to sit out covered the night before to come completely to room temperature before cooking.
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Originally Posted By: boboreno
Mark, I have a pellet grill and thought about using it for prime rib at some point. How are you cooking yours?


I looked at a bunch of ways to do it and pick the easiest way. I season the outside the day before with salt, pepper and garlic powder. Pull it out of the fridge early to let warm up. Pre hear grill to 375 put in fat up and turn down to 300. Remove when internal is 130-135 wrap in foil and rest till everything else is ready. Enjoy!!!

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Like this Franc?

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John, I'm glad to have been of help. Beef, fire, oil, salt, pepper, garlic, and a bit of Thyme, is all it takes.

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Tried Slowpokebill's method on a small pork roast a little bit earlier. Ran it up to 140* because it's pork, gave it a good rest then did the 500* finish. Very slight pink, tender and juicy. We're having some friends over for New Years eve, tempted to pick up a small prime rib roast, but it'll have to be bone in. Merry Christmas folks, thanks for the mouth watering thread.

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Originally Posted By: mark
Just put mine on the pellet grill!

Did it last year and it immediately became a yearly tradition!


Pellet grills are one of the best inventions ever. I use mine more than my oven these days. I cook my rib roast in the on my pellet grill with mesquite pellets and just finish sear it the oven. I season it the same as always instead of using a BBQ style rub. Once you try cooking a rib roast on the pellet grill you will never cook another in the house.

For Christmas dinner I have a small turkey I'm roasting out on the pellet grill again with mesquite pellets. It won't be like smoked turkey just a nice juicy turkey with a hint of mesquite smoke flavor to it.

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Originally Posted By: Slowpokebill
Originally Posted By: mark
Just put mine on the pellet grill!

Did it last year and it immediately became a yearly tradition!


Pellet grills are one of the best inventions ever. I use mine more than my oven these days. I cook my rib roast in the on my pellet grill with mesquite pellets and just finish sear it the oven. I season it the same as always instead of using a BBQ style rub. Once you try cooking a rib roast on the pellet grill you will never cook another in the house.

For Christmas dinner I have a small turkey I'm roasting out on the pellet grill again with mesquite pellets. It won't be like smoked turkey just a nice juicy turkey with a hint of mesquite smoke flavor to it.


I love my pellet grill! Don't own another grill now. I like Turkey on it but my wife does not like the smoke flavor in the gravy. I love the temp control and the lack of flare up. Chicken is the best, no need to watch it. Throw it on and go mow the lawn. Put ribs on low and slow then go for a boat ride.

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C Zapper...Yea, thats a little slice of heaven right there.
Looks like a fine hunk of pork pie, ...man that Colmans is really good stuff
I can;t think of much that I wouldn"t chance a swipe of it on it.
Happy New Year to you all lads/Lassies
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Truly one of the most informative and useful threads we've had around here. IMHO...Geo

Yep, we did one for Christmas this year.

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