I have done this method for years. It does work perfectly as long as you NEVER COVER prime rib and I do not know where MJG1940 got that this will not work with a boneless but that is wrong info. It works perfectly with bone in or boneless and your best bet is to always use a meat thermometer. I use a digital that stays inserted throughout the process and thank goodness for my double ovens. BUT I do agree with someone else that you do not have to wait 3 hours but you do want at least 1 hour. I am making this again this Christmas. My husbands family are ranchers and raise Semitals so Beef is the way to go for us! I do add a couple of full bulbs of garlic with the tops cust off and a little olive oil and sea salt on top of the cut side to roast along with and when done I use it to squeeze out into mashed potatoes. (if worried that the garlic will be too done just put them in foil with them slightly open at top.)
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I have done this method for years. It does work perfectly as long as you NEVER COVER prime rib...