|by S. Stevenson|
Beef on the bone is back and T-Bone steaks and rib roasts are once again on the menu.
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Salt and pepper ... ANY TIME. Leave roast in oven 3 ... stand for 15 minutes before serving. Remember - DO NOT OPEN OVEN DOOR UNTIL YOU GET READY TO SERVE.
Remove roast from refrigerator two ... continue to increase even after roast is removed from oven. Oh, the wine! Got to have something to do for 2 1/2 hours.
Rub prime rib with garlic salt, ... and pepper. Place roast, fat side ... Skim fat from drippings and make au jus by adding a little water to drippings.
Put roast in open pan ... oven down to 350 degrees and bake until desired doneness. May cover pan, when done pour out juice, add water and use for Aujus.
Preheat oven to ... spice mixture. Rub leftover spices over roast. Roast meat allowing 1 hour per pound. Slice and serve with pan juices. This will be rare.
Place 8 pound roast, at room ... minutes. Slice and serve. DO NOT OPEN OVEN AFTER FIRST COOKING. DO NOT OPEN OVEN UNTIL FINISHED COOKING THE SECOND TIME.
Bring the meat ... insert garlic. Place roast in oven and ... roasts of 5 ribs or more, make ... to 2 cups. Cooking time will be only marginally longer.
This method works ... or chunk beef roast. Season roast ... the counter top to set up. Remember throughout the whole process, don't peek or open the door!
Have Prime Rib (I use a boneless ribeye roast) at room ... minutes per pound for rare; 15 minutes per pound for medium; 17 minutes per pound for well done.
Put rib roast in heavy deep pan. Add ingredients. ... degree oven for about 2-2 1/2 hours for medium rare. Slice to serve as a steak about 1 inch thick.
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