Thursday, October 8, 2009

Foodie Friday: Bandwith's Prime Rib


Welcome to another Foodie Friday. This week, Bandwith cooked Prime Rib.I'll let him take over and explain how he cooked it.

Bandwith's Prime Rib
Pat outside of meat with a paper towel to remove excess moisture. Brush meat with olive oil. Generously salt & pepper, adding chili powder.
Let meat come to room temperature. Grill meat for 15 minutes on each side, indirect heat.
Place in 350 degree oven for 45 minutes or until core temperature reaches 130 degrees.
Remove from oven. Let meat "rest" ten minutes. Carve.
Enjoy!

If you are participating in Foodie Friday, you know the routine with Mr. Linky:

51 comments:

  1. This looks and sounds so delicious! I'll definitely have to try it. I know that hubby and I would both love it.

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  2. mmmmmmm... your making me hungry!!

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  3. ummmm...good grief, this sounds so goooood...and I have to eat a casserole, BUMMER!!

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  4. Bandwith can cook my prime rib anytime! Yum.

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  5. Oh my stars, I hope the drool doesn't damage my keyboard! That looks fabulous.

    Christi

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  6. I love prime rib!!! Yours looks absolutely delicious!
    Thanks for hosting!
    Many blessings!!

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  7. Oh my, that looks so delicious, my mouth is watering. And we are only having meatloaf tonight, darn.
    Hope you can come by for a visit sometime!
    XO
    Heidi - Heart and Home

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  8. Hi, Gollum!

    That prime rib looks delicious. Bandwith is quite the chef! Maybe he could give me lessons.

    That picture of Mister in his little Halloween costume is the cutest thing ever. Sure hope he and your mom are both better.

    Thanks for hosting...

    XO,

    Sheila (who has a set of tiny books I want you to see...) ;-)

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  9. I love meat, particularly Prime Rib! YUM!

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  10. Uhmmm, this looks really good!...Christine

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  11. Pass the horseradish sauce please :)

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  12. I love prime rib...This looks wonderful... There is a doggie Costume Contest going on over at my place...do hope you will stop over...
    xoxo
    Julie

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  13. That prime rib looks wonderful! We're having family for dinner on Sunday and DD has requested beef :) I like the idea that it's grilled first.

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  14. Oh gosh! I love Prime Rib! I'm almost licking the screen here! Yum!

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  15. Prime rib is such a wonderful treat! I love how it smells when cooking. Hope you enjoyed your lovely dinner:)

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  16. We love prime rib and eat it often. We usually cook a big one so we have leftovers for prime rib hash on a Sunday morning. Mmmmm.
    Also I like mine done a little more than my husband does so a bigger one helps us both get a piece cooked to our liking.
    Makes my mouth water.

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  17. That bit of char-broiling around the edges in the 1st picture is divine.
    Jane T.

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  18. Ditto - What Susan said. :-) That looks wonderful! Bandwidth - You did good! :)

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  19. The Prime Rib looks delicious! OMgosh it makes my mouth water!
    Well I'm participating for my first time, thank you for hosting!

    I'm off to visit other participants.

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  20. Looks delicious..I like the end cut, please!

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  21. Isn't he just quite the chef. The Prime Rib looks wonderful, I am sure ready for dinner...Come visit my blog I would love for you to drop by...

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  22. It looks delicious! I can almost taste it!

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  23. Oh Precious That looks fantastic! My husband was drooling on the keyboard! Thanks for hosting another great week!

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  24. What a delicious looking meal!

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  25. Up till now, prime rib has been a dining-out-only dish for us. I am going to have to show this to Howard and challenge his Mr. Grill skills!
    Cass

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  26. I should not have stumbled upon your blog at near midnight...my tummy is growling and I want some food:) AND I will be trying your prime rib recipe...I have been so nervous to try....but I think I will give it a go...it's like my favorite meat!

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  27. My mouth is watering looking at that prime rib!! That's a great way to cook it!

    Really Spooky
    Really Rainey

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  28. Oh wow! I'm sending this how-to my husband's way. There's ONE place in our town that sells prime rib and they are ALWAYS out when we arrive. We should just make it at home now! Thanks a bunch.

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  29. Yummmm, loving that prime rib. A favorite of mine.

    Have a wonderful day Gollum and thanks for hosting a fun event like FOOD!!!!
    Hugs, Jeanne

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  30. Oh my...Can I come eat with ya'll??
    this is the way straight to my hubby's heart...
    LOVE prime rib. Your post looks good enough to reach in and EAT!
    Thanks for sharing and for this post on Fridays so I can get lots of yummy new recipes!! My family appreciates it!

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  31. I have been wanting to grill for weeks but it's been raining in Dallas. Feels like Seattle here.

    I smile every time I see your precious Mister in his costume. I don't know if I told you this before or not, but I dressed my dogs up in cute Christmas sweaters once and they chewed them up. Expensive lesson learned.

    Thanks for hosting!

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  32. I can almost smell it. For years we did this for our Christmas dinner and the house smelled wonderful.

    This is my first visit to your blog and I love everything I'm seeing. I love to cook and by next Friday, I may join you. For now, I'm just going to click the follow button.

    Sue

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  33. I have always wanted to learn how to cook prime rib, but it is such an expensive cut to experiment with, so I gave avoided it. Thanks, I will be giving this recipe a try!

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  34. Totally delicious! Thanks for sharing with us! BTW you have a fantastic site!!

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  35. We love prime rib! It is kinda expensive but so worth it! This looks delish. Thanks.
    bcp

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  36. That prime rib looks so good- around here Hubby usually makes them well done, if you know what I mean.

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  37. i love prime rib! i trust you were in the kitchen making yorkshire pudding and some fab low cal dessert?!

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  38. He's given you the best of both worlds. A lovely grill sear and the constant heat required to produce a perfect degree of doneness. Very nice.

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  39. Just the photo's make my mouth water! Linked up for my first Foodie Friday!

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  40. Great presentation and my favorite meat! Are you writing a book too.
    Cook book? Prime rib looks so delicious. Have a geat week-end to guys.

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  41. Reminder:
    My Writer's Challenge link is up. Why not add a story to the rest. Just tell us about something really nice someone has done for you.

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    THANKS!!!
    Cheryl B.

    p.s. - my mouth is now watering!!!!!

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  43. Looks grilled to perfection! Prime Rib always reminds me of my Dad. Oh, how he loved his red meat, and the good cuts especially.

    Your header always makes me giggle! So cute!
    Donna

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  44. Wow, that sounds and looks totally delicious! I'll be right over! ;-)

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  45. ******** HAPPY BIRTHDAY, GRACIOUS GOLLUM/GG/GiGi/Michael/friend!!!! ********

    Hugs,
    LInda, JIm n' The Belle-girl

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  46. HAPPY HAPPY BIRTHDAY...HOPE YOU HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY......PAT H

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