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Behr, RV is cooking a prime rib for Christmas dinner along with shrimp and lobster. She has never done a prime rib before and asked me to ask you for your suggestions and expertise. The prime rib is for 6-8 people. Can you post a recipe/guide for her to follow?
Thanks my friend. (I hope you are not embarrassed by this thread cause we value your skills):thumbsup:
 
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Behr, RV is cooking a prime rib for Christmas dinner along with shrimp and lobster. She has never done a prime rib before and asked me to ask you for your suggestions and expertise. The prime rib is for 6-8 people. Can you post a recipe/guide for her to follow?
Thanks my friend. (I hope you are not embarrassed by this thread cause we value your skills):thumbsup:
what times dinner??
Sound great! Low heat slow cook in an inch or two of white wine.
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Behr, RV is cooking a prime rib for Christmas dinner along with shrimp and lobster. She has never done a prime rib before and asked me to ask you for your suggestions and expertise. The prime rib is for 6-8 people. Can you post a recipe/guide for her to follow?
Thanks my friend. (I hope you are not embarrassed by this thread cause we value your skills):thumbsup:
No problem. Tell RV I said thanks for thinking about me.

At what temp and how long it stays in the oven obviously depends on how big it is. If it's for 6-8 people I'm guessing it'll be a 8-10 lb. rib.

I like to completely cover it with sea salt, crack some fresh black pepper (about 4 tbsp), about 3-4 tbsp of granulated garlic and cover with fresh rosemary.

Put the rib on some kind of a rack and put it on a pan with at least an inch lip. Pour just enough water in the pan to cover the bottom (so the drippings don't burn).

An 8-10 lb. rib should be good for 3 hrs at 250 degrees. (120 internal degrees= rare, 130 = MR). It will continue to cook after you pull it out to rest.

If you don't have one, get a meat thermometer.

Obviously save the drippings for au jus.

I like straight horseradish, but some prefer a sauce. Horseradish, sour cream and a touch of worcestershire works pretty good.

Hope that helps and I didn't forget anything.
 
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No problem. Tell RV I said thanks for thinking about me.

At what temp and how long it stays in the oven obviously depends on how big it is. If it's for 6-8 people I'm guessing it'll be a 8-10 lb. rib.

I like to completely cover it with sea salt, crack some fresh black pepper (about 4 tbsp), about 3-4 tbsp of granulated garlic and cover with fresh rosemary.

Put the rib on some kind of a rack and put it on a pan with at least an inch lip. Pour just enough water in the pan to cover the bottom (so the drippings don't burn).

An 8-10 lb. rib should be good for 3 hrs at 250 degrees. (120 internal degrees= rare, 130 = MR). It will continue to cook after you pull it out to rest.

If you don't have one, get a meat thermometer.

Obviously save the drippings for au jus.

I like straight horseradish, but some prefer a sauce. Horseradish, sour cream and a touch of worcestershire works pretty good.

Hope that helps and I didn't forget anything.
Thanks man. Printing it out now. RV will be very happy. This in turn makes me happy. You da man Behr!:salute:
 
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Behr -
Why does greasy food make my bowels turn against me? By turn against me I mean, it feels like I'm pissing scalding hot water out of my ass.

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Ron -

Usually when you eat greasy foods, you eat a lot, the combination of two or more greasy and fatty foods causes diarrhea. For example, if a person eats bacon and has a cup of milk or milk shakes with it, it can cause diarrhea. It is also possible that you may have gallbladder diseases.

Hope that helps.

Oh, and I'm not a f'ng doctor.
 
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Fry them, put some regular sugar, a little brown sugar and a tad of cinnamon in a paper bag, put the bites in the bag while they are still hot and shake.

Oven over microwave obviously.

If you were looking for a smart ass answer, I've got one.
 
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Fry them, put some regular sugar, a little brown sugar and a tad of cinnamon in a paper bag, put the bites in the bag while they are still hot and shake.

Oven over microwave obviously.

If you were looking for a smart ass answer, I've got one.
Haha, that sounds interesting. Have you ever done that? Yeah, I was playing. Hate them microwaved, straight up nasty.
 
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Not bagels but I've done it with biscuits. Used a pill bottle to cut a hole in the middle, little homemade donuts. Kids have fun making them and really like them.
 
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