Craig, 2 roasts of the same size will take as long or a little longer than 1, depending on how long it takes your grill/smoker/oven to recover from the thermal shock of 9 pounds of meat and bone.
Cooking one tomorrow so thanks for the thread/tips/links.
Welcome to roadfood brickie.
Jellybear-absolutely correct.Havent finished my first cup of coffee yet…[;)]
Ann,I do it the same way but 120 is medium rare.
Brickie, welcome to RF.
I always start my prime ribs on 500 degrees for about 15 minutes to sear them.Then its down to 250 for the remainder of the time.I rely on a meat thermometer to monitor when they are done.140 is medium rare, but remember they keep on cooking for a bit after you remove it from the oven.
I find pan searing then roasting at 250 degrees gives you a
very juicy evenly cooked roast.
I purchased 2 roasts weighing 4.5 pounds apiece. Am I looking at the time that it would take to cook a 4.5 pound roast, or the time it will take to cook a 9 pound roast. I would like a ballpark figure so that I can plan the meal. The roasts will likely go into the same pan. I would guess that the time will be for a 4.5 pound roast plus a little more because of the extra mass. But I am looking for advice from someone who has been there, done that. Thanks, Craig
how long to cook 2 prime ribs
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