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    6.2 pounds of velvet

    Forgot the during and after, but I recommend the 6.2 pounder20150822_062800_resized.jpg
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    on a BGE?
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    Grand Prix Champion willtill's Avatar
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    It could be roasted/smoked on a BGE very easily.
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    Small snack for Will.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by blastedbones View Post
    Small snack for Will.....

    You darn 'tootin!

    You know what would be fun to do with that?
    Just pick it up with both hands; and just take a great, big bite out of it. Just for the hell of it. Caveman style....

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    I did the 9.5 pounder last year in the big BBQ. Indirect heat and a bit of smoke. Really great too, but this year had too much wine and too much going on to babysit it. Kids and Grandkids and foot still in cast.

    This is 30 years of trial and error. Suggestions for something better are always heard.

    This works with 4-9 pound boneless Ribeye roast. I count 1 pound per person precooked weight. There's always enough.
    If Will is coming, add a pound.

    Most important is the electronic probe thermometer. Get a good one for $20-25. Mine is now about fifteen years old.
    Leave the roast for at least 1 hour on the counter.
    Roast must have internal temp of 45F.
    Place the roast on an elevated rack. Just not directly on the bottom of the pan. The heat needs to be all around the beast, as you would on a BGE.

    Pre heat oven to 450F.
    Start cooking at 450 for only 17 minutes. Record the internal temp.
    Then drop oven temp to 325.
    DON'T open the oven!

    Record temp in 20 minute increments. You might need to adjust the oven to slow it down.
    The PYREX electronic temp/timer lets you set for time count down or temp (Alarm)
    Cook time is about 17-20 minutes per pound.

    I cook it to 122 degrees at the exact center of the roast. UNCOVERED.
    Don't remove the probe thermometer!
    Remove from the oven at 122 and let it sit on the counter for 20-30 minutes.
    I leave it uncovered to spread the smell of golden brown and delicious.
    You can cover it, but it will get warmer. The temp will rise to about 130.
    It ends up medium rare end to end. Center of the extra large one is Medium rare and ends are medium.


    Remove probe and cut to size. 2" center cut for Will and about an inch for most humans.

    If someone wants well done, then fire up the gas grill and throw a piece on the grates.

    Some are hard core and want added flavor.

    I also make a paste rub that is not for the meek. Scrape it off after the slicing if you are hard core, meat only.
    Make this the day before.
    Rub. For 6 pounds.
    about 1 tsp of equal amounts of:
    Dry Mustard powder
    Dry Chili powder. Some may want spicier, add a bit of habanero.
    Dry Garlic powder
    Dry Onion powder

    1/2 tsp dark brown sugar
    4 tsp of coarse ground black pepper

    1 tsp dark Worchester sauce
    3 tsp smooth grey poupon mustard.
    Smush it smooth all together to make a medium thick paste.
    It should be thick.
    add Grey Poupon or ground pepper to adjust the thickness


    Dry off the roast with paper towels. Apply to the roast 8 hours ahead. 12 is even better. Wrap tightly in clear wrap. Leave it in the Fridge until an hour before cooking.
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    would you mind posting a link to the thermometer that you are using or one similar?
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    This is mine. it may be discontinued
    http://www.amazon.com/Pyrex-Digital-...ct_top?ie=UTF8

    But I'm sure any similar would work. Any decent cooking store will have one. It might be at Wal Mart.

    It has a woven metal sheath around the thermocouple wire with a 5-7 inch curved hard needle.
    Nice things are the magnetic back that you can "hang" it on the stove.
    Lifetime warranty. Includes the probe which has been replaced once.

    This one also looks identical, but not sure about warranty.
    http://www.amazon.com/MeasuPro-DCT25...rmometer+probe

    I also have an instant read (stab and check) for the BBQ. I have used this probe one for the BBQ but keep the probe away from direct flame (OOPS-they replaced the probe without challenge).
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    excellent. ordered. Thanks.
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