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Old 12-20-2011, 08:34 AM
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About the only pretreatment I have heard of for rib roast is dry aging. Alton Brown gives good instructions on how to do it. I haven't done it for awhile but it was mostly just having it in the fridge in a covered but vented container for a day or two. Either way I can't imagine you not having a truly glorious piece of roast beast when you are done.
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Cooked the rib on New Years day. We didn't use the WFO as it only needed 275 degrees to cook. I tried the torch before bake and it worked pretty well. If I change anything, I think I will torch it a little more - plus it is a fun thing to do.

Hopefully this link will work.

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Hi Les!

Looks good!

I did mine on Christmas - a whole 15 1/2 pound seven rib monster. It was GORGEOUS! Pink almost at the edge but with a delightful crust. This was my second time to do this and I am going to try it on other roasts! Outstanding!
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Jay,

15 pounds is a monster! This one was only 5 pounds but plenty for me and the wife. You must have used a bigger torch than the one I used
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