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Joined Date: Oct 07, 2010
"This recipe is a fraud. NO oregano, salt, garlic. It was a waste of good pork. Please avoid using this.
"I have dry aging prime rib for at least a decade, stash it in the bottom vegetable bin for a week changing the paper towels daily. The deep heavy beef flavor is well worth the wait and the time. Oh yea...skip the flower pot.
Reviewed Dry Aged Prime Rib Roast
"Although I have not yet tried this recipe, I have been "dry aging" Prime rib roasts for over ten years. They are always fork tender and have a great beef flavor. Remember "aged" beef used to hang for 2-4 weeks before cutting it into serving portions.