Ah, the perfect prime rib. There's nothing more beautiful on your holiday table. Are you a little concerned (or maybe even afraid) of taking on the task of making a prime rib at home? Have no fear. This video will show you just how easy it is to prepare a mouthwatering prime rib in your kitchen!
Hugh Acheson's Standing Rib Roast with Shallot-Red Wine Jam & Black Pepper Gravy
Hugh Acheson is a James Beard award winning chef who generously shared his tips for preparing a perfect standing rib roast. He also sent along recipes for Shallot-Red Wine Jam and Black Pepper Gravy which are tangy and savory accents to the richness of any of our American Kobe or Northwest beef roasts.
Does the occasion call for steaks instead of a roast? No worries. With a sharp knife and a ruler you can have steaks cooking on your grill in just a few minutes.
Just in time for your holiday dinner, we've compiled the Perfect Prime Rib Guide. Learn our tried and true cooking techniques to bring the most out of your beef whether you're cooking on a grill, a smoker or in an oven. This helpful information is available online or as a PDF to download and print.
Gary Kucy's Holiday Prime Rib Roast
If you're in McCall, Idaho around the holidays you just might be lucky enough to try Chef Gary Kucy's special Holiday Prime Rib. We managed to get Chef Kucy to share his recipe with us.
Prime rib is the star of many holiday dinner tables. Roasting a prime rib in your oven is surprisingly easy, but for a change of pace we suggest trying a smoked prime rib roast. Here's a recipe and "how to" guide from barbecue master, Harry Soo. Why go to the extra effort to smoke your prime rib? According to Harry "You will get a nice smoky roast that will be a spectacular centerpiece for an unforgettable feast for your guests."