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    I used to cook my prime rib in the bread proofing box at work. 125 degrees over night. The best, prime rib ever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sw2geeks View Post
    I have heard about that method, about how long does it need to sit in the oven?
    About 8 hours. Don't open the oven.
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    looks delicious!

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    Son, is the 8 hours the total cooking time, or the 'leave it' time after the initial 1/2 hour blast? Also, you indicate letting it come to room temp first. For a 3-rib roast, that would take quite a few hours. Do you really start at room temp all the way through the roast, or just give it an hour or so on the counter before putting it in the over? TIA!
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    not actual room temp, just let it sit for an hour outside. Mind you this is a 12 to 15lb roast. 8 hours total cooking time. If you are doing something smaller check after 5 hours and if you need to add heat go to a low setting (less than 200 degrees )and wait, do not crank it up as you may over cook it and I'll look like an idiot.lol
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    Thanks for the follow-up info. Got the rosemary rub ready to go on.
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    had a similar situation…i was expecting a small rib roast but got the entire frigin rib!…i think it was like 275 dollars….gonna be a juicy piece of meat i tell ya….i just seasoned it and gonna go brown it up…i think I'm gonna cook it really low thru the night…gotta leave early tomorrow…..ryan
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