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Tomahawk Prime Rib

Serves 10-12

Prep Time: 30 minutes

Cook Time: 240 minutes

The Tomahawk Prime Rib is a melt in your mouth and tender rib cooked to perfection. Add some Sweet Heat Rub from Pit Boss to make the ultimate dinner.


  • 1 stick of butter
  • ¾ cup extra virgin olive oil
  • 5 garlic cloves
  • Pit Boss Sweet Heat Rub
  • 2 tablespoon fresh rosemary
  • Tomahawk prime rib
  • White wine
  • 1 cup Worcestershire sauce


Cook the baste. Melt one stick of butter in sauce pan with two cloves of garlic. Add two cups white wine of your choice with enough Worcestershire sauce to make a brown iced tea color.

Preheat grill to 275°F.

Prep meat – Trim excess and silver skin (membrane). Rub all over with olive oil. Season liberally with Pit Boss Blackened Saskatchewan.

Wet Rub – Blend: 2-3 cloves of garlic, 2 tbsp. fresh rosemary, ½ cup extra virgin olive oil, ¼ cup of Pit Boss Sweet Heat Rub. Pour over prime rib and rub all over.

Cook at 275°F until an internal temp of 115°F, raise grill temp to 425°F and sear until internal temperature of 125-130°F. Rest for 20 minutes. Carve and enjoy!

Recipe from Pit Boss.

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