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Cooking a prime rip at two different temps

Most of us like a perfect medium rare prime rib but we have a few coming to dinner that like it well done. What is the best way to get them the well done they want without micrcowaving the meat

asked by Bryan Denny 28 days ago

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PHIL

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added 28 days ago

ARe you making the whole roast? The end cuts will be more well done . You could also cut the end ribs off and finish them in the broiler.

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