|by S. Stevenson|
Beef on the bone is back and T-Bone steaks and rib roasts are once again on the menu.
Tip: Try rib in rock salt for more results.
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Rub meat with ... Mix flour and salt thoroughly. Add enough ... hours for well done. Break dough jacket with hammer and remove. (cook 20 minutes per pound).
Layer salt in bottom of roaster ... Place on salt, rib side down, cover with rock salt and dampen. ... uneaten fatty pieces to make soup stock the next day.
Preheat oven to 500 degrees. In a bowl, combine Accent, Worcestershire sauce, paprika, salt and pepper. Rub ... take outside to hammer.) Slice and serve.
Select choice prime rib or standing rib. ... paprika, MSG powder, salt and pepper. Rub ... into the meat. In a large, heavy ... a layer of rock salt (can be ... very minimum of shrinkage.
Line large roasting ... later. Pour 1-inch rock salt in bottom pan, covering ... all salt. Slice and broil (if desired) for 1 minute. This is wonderful!
Have Prime Rib (I use a ... over. Rub it in good all over. ... inch deep of rock salt (ice cream rock ... for medium; 17 minutes per pound for well done.
Never cook less than 3 ribs, you will ... now. Heat the rocks, your grill ... do now is salt the meat a ... center and remove in 1/2 minute. Feel ... into 3/4 inch steaks.
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