- prime rib
- red kettle
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Rotisserie Prime Rib with Cognac Mushrooms
Nothing says special occasion quite like a decadent grilled Prime rib. This expensive cut of meat can be intimidating but it's actually quite simple to prepare. If you don't have a rotisserie, try this recipe for Grilled Prime Rib.
by Jamie Purviance
This is a must have and you will find endless foods to rotisserie.
2. Drip Pan
Use these pans under your prime rib to catch drippings and keep your grill clean!
There's not much an amazing set of tongs can't do. Turn the mushrooms in your side pan, and even rearrange charcoal with the greatest of ease. The Premium Tongs have a no-slip-grip and are long enough to keep your hand far from the flame.
4. Snapcheck Thermometer
Prime Rib is one of those foods that you want to make sure is cooked perfectly. We love the Snapcheck thermometer for giving accurate and fast read outs of the internal temperature of your food.
5. Grilling Gloves
These gloves are great for giving you maximum grip on food or accessories on the grill. Bonus, they keep your hands warm too!