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Grabbed a 10 pounder for T day. Momma won't give up the oven this year so it'll have to be pellet grill or Kamado.

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Last one I did was in the oven cranked to 500 and shutoff and let rest for a certain amount of time per pound. It was great, but not sure how that method would work on the ceramic kamado.


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Smoke it in the Kamado.


I smoked one in a Weber Smokey Mountain once. It was good with hickory.


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Pellet grill.

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Can’t help with any of that Hig but these boutta be popped in the oven…
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Livin here in Poverty Gulch, California's answer to Appalachia, times are hard, money's short, beef is pricey. We treat beef better than our relatives and that means temperature control...so, pellet smoker. Also with precise temp control, the speaker of the house can plan the side dishes better since I can give a pretty good estimate of when the beef will be done. Better cooks than I can cook on them kamado's and whatnot, but I have a short attention span, and that causes disasters.


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Originally Posted by Higginez
Last one I did was in the oven cranked to 500 and shutoff and let rest for a certain amount of time per pound. It was great, but not sure how that method would work on the ceramic kamado.

Is this an attempt at humor?


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Originally Posted by flintlocke
Livin here in Poverty Gulch, California's answer to Appalachia, times are hard, money's short, beef is pricey. We treat beef better than our relatives and that means temperature control...so, pellet smoker. Also with precise temp control, the speaker of the house can plan the side dishes better since I can give a pretty good estimate of when the beef will be done. Better cooks than I can cook on them kamado's and whatnot, but I have a short attention span, and that causes disasters.


LOL

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Weber, LOL.


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Originally Posted by FatCity67
Weber, LOL.

The 24hcf strikes again!


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Higg, On a more serious note...I like to cook beef roast like you do...room temp meat, sear at 500 for 5min times weight of beef, say you cut your 10 pounder in 2 five pounders so: 5 min X 5 pounds=25 min at 500, or until it's crusted, then I turn down the pellet grill to 225 or so, let it go for 2 hours, watching it like a hawk with the meat thermometer, pulling it out at 125 and by the time it sits for 15 minutes it'll be about 130 in the center. This will be the 4th rib roast on the pellet grill...no f...kups, yet.


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It’s your chicken, you can fuuck it how you want, but…. I smoke mine for a few hours, crank up the heat til temp, let rest and smack yo momma. Simple salt pepper garlic.👊🏻


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I’d go 350-375 in the Kamado until it hits 120.

Let it sit for an hour.

Grind and snort.


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Think I'm gonna do the bird on the Kamado and rib roast on the pellet.

Leftover prime rib in the air fryer is fuggin bomb!

Hope everyone eats lots of turkey.


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Something to be said for a slow smoke on the Kamado, then Caveman sear.

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Originally Posted by deflave
I’d go 350-375 in the Kamado until it hits 120.

Let it sit for an hour.

Grind and snort.

Absolutely.


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This is how I cook a rib roast. Either the oven or pellet grill at 200-225. Then into the oven

https://www.seriouseats.com/perfect-prime-rib-beef-recipe

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Higz, smoke a bit, crank er up, get to temp, let er rest!👊🏻


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I would cook the bird in the pellet oven and the roast on the ceramic grill.

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PS - Sell your stupid ass pellet grill.


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Brisket is going on the pellet grill tonight

Turkey in the oven tomorrow AM

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