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Christmas Eve Prime Rib ~ Merry Christmas!


Tradition here is Prime Rib, Standing  Rib Roast, 
on 
Christmas Eve. 
 

My fave carver, slicing it up!


It doesn’t get much better than a beautiful slice of beef, cooked rare.  This is my version; served along with delicious Caesar salad, Hasselback potatoes, oyster dressing, sautéed green beans with mushrooms, and a nice flaky dinner roll, with caramel cheesecake to top it off. 



Our prime rib is ordered from our local Italian butcher shop.  The butcher trimmed a large part of the fat off, then cut the bone off and brought it all back together by tying it with string.  It’s perfect, easy to roast and even easier for slicing. 



Allow the meat to stand at room temperature for an hour;  rub it with salt, a little pepper, and garlic powder, before roasting it in a 350° oven, until it reaches 120° internally.  Upon removing it  from the oven, let it stand for about 25 minutes before slicing.  By then, it will the register about 130° on the thermometer. 





This is my favorite cut of meat, and it’s cooked to perfection, very tender, juicy and delectable!









 HERE’S WISHING
YOU ALL
A VERY
MERRY CHRISTMAS!









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    1. Ha, Ivy! Same to you! Merry Christmas!

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  2. Oh my!! Looks fabulous!!! Merry Christmas to you and yours!!

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    1. Thanks, Tangos! Merry Christmas to you and yours!

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  3. That's how we do it at our house Pam!!! Dee...li...cious!!!

    Merry Christmas Pam and a very Happy, Safe & Healthy New Year!!!

    If you get a chance, pop by my blog, I did an update last night. It's been wonderful getting to know you and your recipes these past years Pam. Thank you so much for all ypu have shared...Louise

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    1. Hi Louise! What a nice surprise! I've always enjoyed your blog and am so happy to see you're back! It has been great knowing you and here's wishing you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy Healthy New Year!

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    1. Hi Claudia! Merry Christmas and the best to you and yours!

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  5. Merry Christmas Pam! See you next recipe.

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    1. Ha, thanks Melinda! Yes, I will see you and all your good posts! Merry Christmas to you and Ken

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  6. Wow!! That's tradition at its best: rib roast, Cesar salad, caramel cheese cake. Delicious.
    I also like the Christmas cards with Santa and the glittering lights.
    Merry Christmas to you and family!

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    1. Thanks, Duta! Hope your holiday is wonderful!

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  7. That rib looks sensational! Merry Christmas, Pam!

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  8. Hard to beat a good rib roast cooked just right

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  9. Done to perfection! What a beautiful roast, Pam. Merry Christmas to you and your family and thanks for all the great recipes :)

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    1. Thanks, Susan! Here's wishing you and your family a wonderful Merry Christmas and thank you for all your great recipes and help also over the years!

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  10. Pam, Fine looking standing rib roast! This is my favorite cut of meat. You cooked it perfectly, exactly the same temp and doneness that we go for. We had prime rib for Thanksgiving and we had Big Dude over for dinner that day. We will learn what Christmas dinner will be based on Christmas Eve when our butcher calls us and lets us know if he got our order in. We may end up (what a shame!) with prime rib again! MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU AND YOURS! Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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    1. Thanks, Dave! Yes, what a shame that would be! 😊 Prime rib is definitely my idea of a great dinner for the holidays, delicious and special. Here's wishing you and yours a very Merry Christmas!!!

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  11. What a delicious dinner! Pam, Merry Christmas to you & your family!
    ~Judy

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    1. Thanks, Judy! Hope your Christmas was the best!

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    1. Thanks, Gloria! Hope yours was awesome!

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  13. Dear Pam, Your roast looks perfect and soooo delicious!!!
    Blessings for a beautiful Merry Christmas dear. xo Catherine

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    1. Thanks, Catherine! Happy New Year to you and yours!

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  14. Hi Pam, the ribs look perfect and very scrumptious. Well done.
    Merry Christmas to you and family..

    Best regards,
    Amelia

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    1. Thanks, Amelia! The best to you and yours!

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  15. Hope you had a wonderful Christmas! Your meal sounds delicious.

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    1. Thanks, Beth! I did and hope you did also.

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  16. Wow, I wish I could have been at your Christmas table this year! We love prime rib and didn't make it this year since we were the visitors and not the hosts for Christmas. May you have a blessed 2017 Pam!

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    1. Thanks, Roz! It was a delicious prime rib! Here's wishing the best for you and your family! Take care

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  17. Perfectly cooked is right and your entire meal sounds absolutely wonderful.

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