Monday, November 27, 2017

Monday, November 27, 2017

Monday, November 27, 2017

What the Beck???

Herb-Roasted Prime Rib

Recipe Review

Today’s Recipe and Location: Herb-Roasted Prime Rib
Found in: The Pioneer Woman blog

Calories vary depending on serving size.

   This rub was absolutely fabulous. I bought the boneless rib roast at the local butcher called Boone’s Butcher Shop. I didn’t buy the most expensive cut, but selected the prime cut which was still expensive.  I bought an 8.27 lb. roast and it cost me $79.31. It seems like a lot, but I got 13 dinner servings out of it. That means each serving was about $6.00, and that is pretty good for a filling dinner portion.

 I began by going to the grocery store to buy the rosemary, 
sage, and thyme. I chopped them up to go into the rub.

  In a blender I add the herbs, spices, and some olive oil. 
Then, I added in salt,

 pepper, and

 and garlic.

 This is what the rub looks like after blending.

 I coated both sides of the roast and put it in the oven.
I had to flip the roast over after I took this photo,
because it should be put in the pan with the fat side up.

 I cooked it pretty rare, because I was freezing the 
portions. If I cook it this rare, it turns out medium 
rare after microwaving it.

 I have already eaten some of this roast and it was 
marvelous. I find that eating beef for dinner fills me 
up for the entire evening.

Here are the portions ready to go into
the freezer for another day. I can't wait
to chow down on this wonderful meat.

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