Prime Rib On The Big Green Egg – Ace Hardware

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What could possibly make prime rib more epic? How about adding that big, bad, bold charcoal flavor of the Big Green Egg? Layer in some wood chunks and you …

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  • Not a very good looking Rib Roast. Poor use of the Egg. The first thing is to get the lump charcoal burning clean and then add the smokewood. The other big, big mistake is to have the bottom screen opened. That needs to be closed so that it will reduce the chance of a hot spark coming out. It seems that you have never used an Egg before.

    Mike m 07/04/2021 16:28 Antworten
  • Trash 🗑.,. He didn’t cut grass meat

    Jersey City 07/04/2021 16:28 Antworten
  • I’d like to see how you set up the grill, from cleaning to putting in lump to lighting to when to put in the wood. Also explain how and when to smoke, IE biting up till you stop seeing black smoke then add the wood, etc. Like the channel. Love the recipes.

    gregory scrivens 07/04/2021 16:28 Antworten
  • Thank you for the tips it was very helpful, however I did not or could not find the I 2 probe so dident use it I relied on the Egg Thermometer and timed the Prime Rib at 2 1/2 hours maby three. took the Prime Rib out, let it rest, and OMG big time wonderful tenderness as well as flavor and taste. Very very easy…… and by the way this was my first try using the Big Green Egg on Christmas Day.

    Raymond Rozales 07/04/2021 16:28 Antworten
  • Hey MaaaN…I wish you'd whip up a video on how to prep and smoke a prime bone in HORSE COCK with the ole rub-a- dub spice on the Big Green EGG

    mashed- /-out 07/04/2021 16:28 Antworten
  • Does Ace have a beef wellington recipe for the BGE

    Rod Flasch 07/04/2021 16:28 Antworten
  • Should I use the grill probe (clipped on) or dome temp (BGE thermometer) when looking for the 200 and 350 degree temps?

    David Dewald 07/04/2021 16:28 Antworten
  • where can I find the recipe for this along with the other links ?

    David Dewald 07/04/2021 16:28 Antworten
  • Thank you getting ready for our first prime rib on the Egg.

    Karen Ware 07/04/2021 16:28 Antworten
  • just make the roast alread dammit! thanks for waisting my time asshole!

    200mfromocean ‘ 07/04/2021 16:28 Antworten
  • jESUS, YOU ARE ANOTHER FUCKING ASSHOLE WHO THINKS HE HAS SOMETHING TO CONTRIBUTE.

    Ben Rumson 07/04/2021 16:28 Antworten
  • We follow you on Facebook, just subscribed here. We made a prime rib on Christmas, the recipes we seen mentioned putting salt on it then leave uncovered in the fridge for a day. Is this something you recommend or is it not necessary. They mentioned it can actually make it moisture.

    Brian Bettermann 07/04/2021 16:28 Antworten
  • Thank you for the good video, it was very helpful.

    Ron Kobernik 07/04/2021 16:28 Antworten
  • Love the big green egg tips sprinkled in! (Temp control, lighting coals)

    steven garman 07/04/2021 16:28 Antworten
  • Video says 350 all the way through. Recipe says 350 for 20 minutes then 325. Which is right?

    Hugger P 07/04/2021 16:28 Antworten
  • Waited 15:38 minutes and you didn't even cut into it…….? Sorry but I can't trust somebody who won't cut open their prime rib on camera

    lord killsamore 07/04/2021 16:28 Antworten
  • Nice! I never thought to trim the bone before cooking. I’ll have to try that next time. 🤘

    Gabriel Berki 07/04/2021 16:28 Antworten
  • You use and show Rub a Dub but nowhere can I find it, even on their site

    Ronald McKim 07/04/2021 16:28 Antworten
  • I hate to break the news to you but there is no good way to make prime rib because it's the cut of meat that isn't worth cooking. It's best used to bait a catfish hook or a live trap .

    Travelin Thru 07/04/2021 16:28 Antworten
  • Nice video.

    Lukeybalukey 07/04/2021 16:28 Antworten
  • Voice is annoying

    Phillip M 07/04/2021 16:28 Antworten
  • I feel Like I need a shower after watching this. This man seems like a sleazy car salesman with attempts to be an entertainer/comedian/auctioneer .

    Dale Trayner 07/04/2021 16:28 Antworten

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