Today’s Recipe and Location: Prime Rib
Found in: The Pioneer Woman Cooks: A Year of Holidays
Pages: 330 - 331 Copyright: 2013 Harper Collins
I figured out that there are 75 calories per serving, if 1 oz. servings are made. (Please note that the calorie counts vary depending on the specific brands of ingredients that you choose to use.)
|The rub was filled with fresh herbs and|
they browned quickly.
|I am a little blurry this week - sorry!|
This prime rib is absolutely outstanding. It just melts in your mouth. I love a good piece of meat, like Marlboro Man (Ree’s husband).
This meat is usually purchased for special events like Christmas, or an evening out at a restaurant. I suggest you have it at least one a month. It is that darn good!!!!
Gabbin’ About Gratitude
Guess where I was when I thought about being thankful for- toilet paper? I know …… inappropriate, but funny. I could never have survived living in earlier times when leaves were used. Nowadays, I don’t even like a Porta Potty.
Now, there are so many brands to choose from at the store. My personal favorite is Angel Soft. I used to be a Northern fan. Charmin seems overly thick to me. I can’t believe I am even writing about this topic. I guess I can cough it up to an issue we all share.
Have you ever had fresh seafood gumbo? My first encounter with it came when I worked for Capt. Anderson Sightseeing in Panama City Beach, Florida. There was a wonderful restaurant above the fish market on the pier. I tried seafood gumbo, and fell in love with it. I even tolerated the okra. Everything was made with fresh fish from the dock and it was outstanding. The other dish that they served that I loved from a fresh fish sandwich. Imagine eating something that was caught that morning. Don’t be afraid to try the local fare when you travel, because it can be a wonderful experience.