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Pat LaFrieda's Ultimate Prime Rib Guide
I'm not allowed to tell you anything higher than 115 degrees F, sorry.
Do what I do, look for sales at your grocer. I got one a couple weeks ago for $5.77/ lb, and got a 5.34 lb choice prime rib for just over $30, so it didn't break our budget, and were on SSDI, so a treat is doable a couple times a year, you owe it to yourself to splurge.
I'm making this as I type. I've got a 2 rib, 5.34LB bone in Choice Prime Rib, I am in the final stage of cooking, with about 10 degrees to go, it smells and looks amazing! I'm sure it'll taste as yummy as it smells. Got this on sale the week before Christmas at our local City Market store, for $5.77/ lb so it was too hard to pass up. I've bought a few from them before, and was very pleased with them. This technique is awesome!
You probably don't want to hear this, but anything past medium-rare, on a quality cut of meat is a SIN! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.