Q: Hello Dr. BBQ:
I just bought a Beefeater grill that’s made in Australia. It has both a grill and a griddle. I want to smoke-roast a prime rib of beef in it. Any advice?
–Sanford in Illinois
A: Hi Sanford,
That’s a nice grill you have there. I hear they get very hot. To smoke roast a prime rib I would start by rubbing the meat with Worcestershire sauce and then season it with Montreal Steak Seasoning. I find this to be a great combo. Then fire up one side of your grill. Sear the outside all around and then turn the burner down and put the meat on the other side. Add a foil packet of pellets or wood chips to the side with the flame and close the lid. You should be cooking at about 300°F. When the center of the roast reaches 125°F, take it off. Tent it with foil and let it rest for 30 minutes. It should be a perfect medium rare when you slice it.