Blackened Prime Rib. A definite different twist on an old classic. This prime rib will really spice things up! Use the pan drippings for au-jus or make some delicious Yorkshire Pudding. Whip up a batch of fresh horseradish sauce and serve this prime rib with garlic asparagus or a fluffy
Rock Salt Roast Prime Rib. A very juicy prime rib that bakes inside a shell of salt and mustard. It is accompanied by a creamy horseradish sauce.
Prime Rib. Prime rib roast the easy way. Tastes delicious!
Prime Rib Roast. This very flavorful roast is appropriate for any special occasion. The marinade in this recipe tenderizes the roast and the leftovers make fantastic sandwiches.
Prime Rib Roast. A really peppy two-hour marinade, which includes grated fresh ginger, orange marmalade, dry mustard, and beer flavors and tenderizes this roast. It serves 10 to 12, so have a party.
Kosher Salt Encrusted Prime Rib Roast. Its flavor-enhancing power is salt's greatest culinary asset. Try this slowly cooked (4 to 5 hours) roast and see for yourself.
Garlic Prime Rib. Quick and easy marinade and so tasty, I was trusted with this recipe but I can't keep it to myself!
Kim's Prime Rib. The garlic, and soy sauce, and Worcestershire flavored sauce for this roast is literally injected with a turkey baster. Recipe may be halved or doubled.
Rancher’s Reserve ® Holiday Red Wine Roast. The key to a successful holiday buffet is a menu that can be prepped in advance so you can enjoy the party and mingle with your guests. It’s also important to make sure that the buffet table looks as beautiful as the food. Whether you’re
of university nutrition at Washington University in St. Louis. That means that, while a person might be able to eat more eggs, shrimp and lobster under the new guidelines, they would still need to limit foods heavy in saturated fat like prime rib, bacon, cheese and butter, she said.