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Reviewed Prime Rib Roast

Feb 13, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

Tried this several times recently at Holiday time and parties and different sizes of prime rib. Absolutely the best prime rib you will ever make! Only change we made was the cooking time. What ever time you normally cook the prime rib at, double it, and turn the temp down to 250 degrees. We use 12-13 min/pound of roast as a starting point, then...

Reviewed Prime Rib Roast

Feb 13, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

Tried this several times recently at Holiday time and parties. Absolutely the best prime rib you will ever make! Only change we made was the cooking time. What ever time you normally cook the prime rib at, double it, and turn the temp down to 250 degrees. We use 12-13 min/pound of roast as a starting point, then double the time when cooking it...

Reviewed Prime Rib Roast

Feb 13, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

Tried this several times recently at Holiday time and parties. Absolutely the best prime rib you will ever make! Only change we made was the cooking time. What ever time you normally cook the prime rib at, double it, and turn the temp down to 250 degrees. We use 12-13 min/pound of roast as a starting point, then double the time when cooking it...

Reviewed Prime Rib Roast

Feb 13, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

Tried this several times recently at Holiday time and parties. Absolutely the best prime rib you will ever make! Only change we made was the cooking time. What every time you normally cook the prime rib at, double it, and turn the temp down to 250 degrees. We use 12-13 min/pound of roast as a starting point, then double the time when cooking it...

Reviewed Prime Rib Roast

Feb 13, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

Tried this several times recently at Holiday time and parties. Absolutely the best prime rib you will ever make! Only change we made was the cooking time. What every time you normally cook the prime rib at, double it, and turn the temp down to 250 degrees. We use 12-13 min/pound of roast as a starting point, then double the time when cooking it...

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