Daytona Dinner

Daytona Dinner

PostBy: k9 Bara On: Fri Feb 12, 2010 11:36 am

My family has been in racing all my life. Mostly drag racing but in the last 7-9 years we have had a dirt car. Every year I cook a prime rib for the Daytona. My family and race team come over and all have fun. I enjoy cooking, very relaxing to me.

So, what your favorite rib recipe? Its dry aging now. I normally do a spicey mustard, fresh garlic and Montreal seasoning. I slow cook to desired temp, rest it for a bit then blast at 500 for 15 minutes. Rest again and serve. It's Alton Brown (food network /Good Eats) trick on the late searing. Putd on a nice crust. :)

This is the rib for this weekend, 17 lbs. Hope it enough. My Nephews can eat! :shock:

I know we have some race fans here now, what are the tradition foods for your get together?
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Re: Daytona Dinner

PostBy: Blackrocks On: Fri Feb 12, 2010 1:04 pm

For a perfect medium roast every time.
Pre heat oven to 550 degrees, put roast in and cook uncovered for 5 min. per pound, then turn off heat and leave in oven for 2 hours. Do not open oven for 2 hours VERY IMPORTANT.
After 2 hours are up remove from oven and slice --no need to wait as the juices have already redistributed through roast. Gives a nice crust on outside and perfectly cooked on inside.
This method works every time on any size roast
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Re: Daytona Dinner

PostBy: no74falcon On: Sat Feb 13, 2010 5:10 pm

K9, Every year I do something different as far as eating but I don't go to any parties. Can't concentrate on the race and can't remember who won! :D Before my father passed away, we would watch the 500 at my parents. The phone would be off the hook, the door locked, and Dad would hide a vehicle so people would think we weren't home. Dad would get the house about 90 degrees and part way through the race, Dad would tell Mom that it was time she went down to the concession stand, which meant it was time to go make us something to eat. Mom started telling us if we really wanted to feel like we were at the 500, she would gladly charge us $20.00 for a soda and burger!

If you are a race fan and are from Red Creek, you must know Kempton Dates!
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Re: Daytona Dinner

PostBy: k9 Bara On: Sat Feb 13, 2010 5:54 pm

"If you are a race fan and are from Red Creek, you must know Kempton Dates!" Yes I do.

Well, you must of attended a couple Super Mod's races. Kemp was the man for a long time.

Thats an awesome story about you and your dad enjoying the races together. I happy you had that time to spend with him. ;) :)


Well the rib is seasoned... waiting to meet the oven. :lol:
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Re: Daytona Dinner

PostBy: no74falcon On: Sat Feb 13, 2010 6:02 pm

I have attended Oswego... A lot! Actually K9, Dad raced all over the northeast on asphalt, including a short career at Oswego. He drove for Herm Graf and and I think a race or two for Sam Virgo. He raced there in '69 and '70. Where do you guys race? Fulton?
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Re: Daytona Dinner

PostBy: k9 Bara On: Sat Feb 13, 2010 6:15 pm

Yup, Fulton Weedsport and Brewerton. Good times and a smaller purse than asphalt ride needs.
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