OD missed out on prime rib...

OD missed out on prime rib...

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    OD missed out on prime rib...

    OD isn't too far from me.inhooked up a 10lb prime rib yesterday...

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    It's overcooked anyway. :poke:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pijo73 View Post
    It's overcooked anyway. :poke:
    Now if I had said that, everyone would be calling me an old curmudgeon.
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    At 42 i'm just beginning training on my Old Curmudgionship degree.
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    Just the way I like it. I don't like shoot my dinner a 2nd time before eating it

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    He cooked it the way he likes it, and to avoid controversy, didn't invite us. My sons father in law cooked a couple. I like it to lay still on the plate long enough to cut a piece off, and not fight when I try to chew.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spark456 View Post
    Just the way I like it. I don't like shoot my dinner a 2nd time before eating it
    You may or may not like my "venison pastrami" then. Do you know how pastrami is made? We don't shoot it again but we do torture it good and righteous like!

    BTW, prime rib is the only thing I can tolerate that has any inclination toward rare.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dougb View Post
    He cooked it the way he likes it, and to avoid controversy, didn't invite us. My sons father in law cooked a couple. I like it to lay still on the plate long enough to cut a piece off, and not fight when I try to chew.
    LOL! Yea that's how my mom in law is. My wife and i are just under medium but a tad more cooked than mid rare
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    The crust looks perfect!
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldVet View Post
    Now if I had said that, everyone would be calling me an old curmudgeon.
    People probably wouldn't have. It would be stating the obvious
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    OD missed out on prime rib...

    Does your local market do a huge sale on rib roasts every year? Two of the super markets in Colorado do almost 50% off for a few weeks in December. They're national chains (King Soopers, aka Kroger, City Market and Safeway) so I'd guess they do it elsewhere also. It's nice to get a $100 cut of meat for less than $60. Stocked up the freezer. Did one on the rotisserie on NYE and it was great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pijo73 View Post
    At 42 i'm just beginning training on my Old Curmudgionship degree.
    First off, it is not a learned skill, it's an inherited trait. Secondly, you are expelled from class for misspelling curmudgeon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pijo73 View Post
    It's overcooked anyway. :poke:
    i agree... but i had a guest that does not like rare meat , and she was cute and single...so she one lol. It is actually not nearly as well done as it looks in the pic but delicious none the less
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    OH MAN!

    That was absolutely heartless, certainly looks delicious to me!!!!
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    she was cute and single
    ^^^^^^^

    I've been overcooking beef for my sweet bride for over 40 years. It still makes me cringe, but I never say a word, and she still puts up with me. To her credit, she has moved to medium rare or medium rare+ over those 40 years, so good for her.

    Maybe her next husband will fix it. I'm past being trained.
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