Smoked Hams

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Smoked Bone In Hams

Smallest Smoked Ham is approximately 12 Pounds.

Small Smoked Hams feeds approximately 10 to 12 people.


Largest Smoked Ham is approximately 18 to 20 Pounds.

Large Smoked Ham feeds approximately 20 to 25 people


Half Smoked Bone In Hams are approximately 8 to 10 Pounds.

Half Smoked Bone In Hams feed approximately 6 to 9 people. 


   HOW TO PREPARE OUR SMOKED HAMS:

  • Place ham on rack in covered roasting pan.
  • add a small amount of ginger ale to the pan.
  • Bake in pre-heated over (325 degrees F) for 10 to 15 minutes per pound or to an internal temperature of 140 degrees F.
  • If a glaze is desired, brush on 1/2 hour before end of cooking time.

Boneless Hams

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Smoked Boneless Hams

Smoked Boneless Hams are approximately 6 to 12 Pounds.

Whole Steak Loins

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Whole Steak Loins

Whole Steak Loin averages 15 Pounds per Piece.

Rib Eye Loin averages 15 Pounds per Piece.

T-Bone and Porterhouse averages 20 to 23 Pounds per Piece.


Standard cuts of each piece are 3/4" cut steaks.

Each piece yields roughly 14 to 16 pieces of meat.

Bone In Prime Rib

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Bone in Prime Rib Roast

Average is 3 Pounds  per Bone. 7 Bone Roast Maximum.

1 Bone feeds approximately 3 to 4 people.

2 Bones feeds approximately 6 to 8 people.

3 Bones feeds approximately 9 to 11 people.

4 Bones feeds approximately 11 to 14 people.

5 Bones feeds approximately 14 to 16 people.

6 Bones feeds approximately 16 to 19 people.

7 Bones feeds approximately 19 to 23 people.


SEE INSTRUCTIONS BELOW ON HOW TO PREPARE OUR PRIME RIB !!!

Boneless Prime Rib

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Boneless Prime Rib

 Average Weight of Whole Prime Rib is 14 to 16 Pounds.


3 to 4 Pounds feeds approximately 4 to 5 people.

4 to 6 Pounds feeds approximately 5 to 8 people.

6 to 8 Pounds feeds approximately 8 to 10 people.

8 to 10 Pounds feeds approximately 10 to 13 people.

10 to 12 Pounds feeds approximately 13 to 15 people.

12 to 16 Pounds feeds approximately 15 to 20 people.


 SEE INSTRUCTIONS BELOW ON HOW TO PREPARE OUR PRIME RIB !!! 

Cheplics Slow Roasted Prime Rib Roasting Instructions

Cheplics Slow Roasted Prime Rib Roasting Instructions

  • Choose your favorite rub or marinade and apply 24 HOURS BEFORE roasting.
  • Put roast into roasting pan along with 1 Inch of water or beef broth.
  • Cover and slow roast at 225 to 240 degrees for 3 to 4 hours.
  • Remove cover, then reset temperature to 350 to 375 degrees.
  • User Meat Thermometer to check internal temperature.


       Internal Temperatures

  • Rare: 125 degrees + 3 minutes rest minimum.
  • Medium Rare: 130 to 135 degrees.
  • Medium: 135 to 140 degrees.
  • Medium Well: 140 to 150 degrees.
  • Well Done: 155 degrees +


       Cheplics Roasting Tips

  • Keep in mind that a prime rib will continue to cook internally out of the oven.
  • You can choose to under cook and re-cover your roast with foil and let it rest until the desired internal temperature is reached.
  • Your rib roast will be more well done on both ends and more rare in the middle. Keep a skillet hot and ready when serving, in case the center is too rare for some guests.

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Whole Beef Tenderloin

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Whole Beef Tenderloins for Christmas

Each Whole Beef Tenderloin is approximately 6 to 8 Pounds.

Each Whole Beef Tenderloin will feed approximately 12 to 14 People.

If cut into steaks - Approximately Twelve 1 Inch Steaks

Whole Filet and Filet Butt

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Whole Filet Butt

Whole Filet Butt (Tenderloin)

Average size 3 Pounds to 4 Pounds

Approximately Five 1" Cuts of Whole Filet Butt.