There is nothing better than a prime rib roast, especially if you can find one that is USDA Prime. The problem is the amount of time it takes and the financial risk if carved undercooked. I solved the problem by creating this recipe. You get all the benefits of the roast with none of the risk. Cooking Notes: The most important rule to remember is ROOM temperature meat and time to rest after you cook it. Remember to pre-order your meat if you want Prime beef. Wine Notes: Can you say Cabernet Sauvignon? This is the place to pull out one of the old ones if you have it. Many wine shops have some past vintages in back ready for the asking!
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