Unleashing Flavor: Fool-Proof Smoked Prime Rib Magic with Humphrey's Herbal Remedy Rub

Unleashing Flavor: Fool-Proof Smoked Prime Rib Magic with Humphrey's Herbal Remedy Rub

A Culinary Journey: Crafting the Perfect Smoked Prime Rib for My Christmas Feast

'Tis the season for festive celebrations, and I'm ready to make my Christmas feast unforgettable with a delectable Smoked Prime Rib. This holiday, I'm infusing the rich flavors of Humphrey's Herbal Remedy Rub into my prime rib, turning it into the star of the show and the centerpiece of my holiday table. 


The Prelude: A Symphony of Flavors

I start with a prime rib roast, carefully selecting my preferred cut, and prepare it for the smoky symphony that's about to unfold. Humphrey's Herbal Remedy Rub takes center stage, creating a melody of herbs and spices that promises to delight my taste buds.

Crafting a flavorful rub involves a dance of minced garlic, olive oil, salt, and black pepper mixed with Humphrey's Herbal Remedy. I massage this aromatic blend onto the prime rib, allowing the flavors to mingle for a good 30 minutes at room temperature.

Setting the Scene: Smoky Elegance

As my prime rib marinates, I set the stage by firing up my smoker to a gentle 225°F, choosing wood chips that will complement the holiday spirit. Whether it's hickory or oak, the smoky essence will add depth to my Christmas feast.

I carefully place the adorned prime rib on the smoker grate, with the fat side up, and let the smoking symphony begin. Periodically, I spritz the roast with beef broth, intensifying the flavor and ensuring a succulent outcome.

The Crescendo: Slow-Cooked Perfection

I allow the prime rib to slow-cook to my desired doneness, aiming for that perfect medium-rare at 135°F. This slow dance of smoking ensures that the Humphrey's Herbal Remedy Rub penetrates the meat, creating a symphony of herbs and smokiness.

The Grand Finale: Unveiling My Masterpiece

Once my prime rib reaches its flavorful crescendo, I remove it from the smoker and let it rest, tented in foil. This final act ensures that the juices redistribute, resulting in a moist and delectable centerpiece for my Christmas table.

With anticipation, I carve the prime rib into generous slices, revealing the perfect pink interior that signifies culinary perfection. The aroma, tenderness, and smoky undertones are sure to have my guests eagerly anticipating each flavorful bite.

A Gourmet Christmas Feast

I serve my Humphrey's Herbal Remedy Rub-infused smoked prime rib with pride, accompanied by my favorite festive sides. This culinary masterpiece promises to be the highlight of my Christmas feast, leaving an indelible mark on the memories of my family and friends.

I'm ready to unleash the magic of flavors and savor the joy that comes from creating something extraordinary. This Smoked Prime Rib is more than a dish; it's a testament to the spirit of the season. Happy feasting! 🎄🥩 #ChristmasFeast #SmokedPrimeRib #CulinaryJourney


Smoked Prime Rib with Humphrey's Herbal Remedy Rub Recipe


  • 1 prime rib roast (bone-in or boneless, based on preference)
  • Humphrey's Herbal Remedy Rub
  • 4 cloves of garlic, minced
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • Salt and black pepper to taste
  • 2 cups beef broth
  • Wood chips for smoking (hickory or oak work well)


  1. Preparation:

    • Preheat your smoker to 225°F (107°C) using your preferred wood chips for a rich smoky flavor.
  2. Prime Rib Preparation:

    • Pat the prime rib roast dry with paper towels.
    • In a small bowl, mix Humphrey's Herbal Remedy Rub with minced garlic, olive oil, salt, and black pepper to create a flavorful rub.
  3. Rub the Prime Rib:

    • Massage the prime rib with the prepared rub, ensuring an even coating on all sides. Let it sit at room temperature for about 30 minutes to allow the flavors to penetrate.
  4. Smoking Setup:

    • Place the prime rib on the smoker grate with the fat side up. Insert a meat thermometer into the thickest part of the roast, avoiding contact with the bone.
  5. Smoking Process:

    • Smoke the prime rib at 225°F until the internal temperature reaches your desired doneness (for medium-rare, aim for 135°F or 57°C).
    • Baste the roast occasionally with beef broth to keep it moist and enhance the flavor.
  6. Resting Period:

    • Once the prime rib reaches the desired temperature, remove it from the smoker and tent it with foil.
    • Allow the meat to rest for at least 15-20 minutes. This allows the juices to redistribute, resulting in a juicy and flavorful roast.
  7. Slicing and Serving:

    • Carve the prime rib into thick slices and serve with your favorite sides.
  8. Enjoy:

    • Revel in the succulent, smoky flavors of your Humphrey's Herbal Remedy Rub-infused smoked prime rib. Perfect for a festive meal that will have everyone asking for seconds!


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