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  1. Ted

    Great recipe. We made it for Thanksgiving. Simple and easy just follow the directions. I used ground sea salt and ground pepper. Heavy on the salt not on the pepper. Thanks

  2. Alison

    Elise! I followed your directions to a “T”. Made this prime rib for hubby and me “Covid Thanksgiving”, and the gravy (super nervous, but I knew you would give the best direction). And it was spot on ah-mazing. Happy Thanksgiving! Thank you for your expertise!

    xxxxxyyyyy

  3. John

    Costco has 5 lb. Prime Rib with 2 bones

  4. Wade

    Instead of fussing over strings, this recipe should have had either a lower cooking temperature of 275 or a lower time of 10-12 minutes per pound. Wound up with a well done roast after following this recipe. Still tasty, but could’ve been easily better and more towards the perfect medium rare to medium if the cooking temperature was made lower by 50 degrees.

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  5. Bunny

    I was considering making a prime rib roast for Christmas. But due to Covid restrictions and my hubby’s comprised medical conditions, we will be sheltering in place, at home, just the two of us. No family gatherings for us this holiday season. Too many people, too many kids… can’t take the chance. Any suggestions on how I could do this without having 40 days of leftovers? Hubby hates leftovers (yeah, I don’t know what is wrong with him either LOL) If I go to a local butcher and ask for one or two ribs, will they look at me like I have a third eye in the middle of my forehead?

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