|James McNair's Beef|
|by James McNair|
James McNair presents tried and true methods for choosing, preparing and cooking all cuts of beef, including the new leaner beef.
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Internal temperatures for various meats. Always use a meat thermometer. Source: USDA
In a small ... slits into the roast, evenly spaced. ... beneath. When oven temperature reaches 500°F, place ... checking with a meat thermometer. 120°F rare 126°F ... 20 minutes before carving.
Meat will be very ... stand at room temperature for at least ... roasting pan. Put roast in oven; cook ... 375 degrees. Cook for remaining 30-40 minutes.
Place beef in roasting pan, ... on top of meat. Cover with ... meat stay moist. Roast at 325 degrees (or less, the lower the temperature, the better). ... temperature of 140 degrees.
Place beef roast on a double ... onion soup over meat and add (optional) ... the higher the temperature the quicker it ... reaches 150°F on a meat thermometer.
Trim fillet of ... center of the meat. The easiest ... butter to room temperature. Mince the ... side of the roast. Alternatively, you ... pass the rest separately.
Select a standing aged prime rib roast. Follow these ... size roast. Let meat stand at room temperature for at least ... in Lawry's Au Jus before serving.
Allow roast to come to room temperature. Rub outside ... oven off leaving meat inside. Do not ... less) heating temperatures are 300 degrees and 350 degrees.
In large skillet melt butter; brown meat slowly. Place in ... over top of roast; add onions. ... stirring constantly, until thick. Cook 2 more minutes.
Salt and pepper roast. In a heavy pan brown meat in hot oil ... Add hot water or beef stock as needed. Serve with steamed potatoes and parsley. Serves 8.
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