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Old 11-25-2022, 04:51 PM   #1
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Default Prime Rib?

Going to open a new Thread on this, but I'm sure there are Posts somewhere, but darn if I can find any ?

Looking for suggestions on best 'Prime Rib' around the lakes region ???
And any special days/nights restaurants may off this treat......

Thanks for your feedback, much appreciated !
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Old 11-25-2022, 04:56 PM   #2
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Dockside in Alton Bay serves a pretty darned good rib!

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The Homestead on RT104 in Bristol has a pretty good one.
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This was discussed in detail four years ago.

see: https://www.winnipesaukee.com/forums...ad.php?t=23156

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Old 11-28-2022, 12:55 PM   #5
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I canít say who has the best prime rib since I havenít tried many places, but two weeks ago I had the $20 prime rib weekly special at Back Bay Boathouse in Wolfeboro and it was excellent.
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I am going to vote that mine is! I cooked this 12 pound boneless on Thanksgiving. Super easy method and it comes out perfect each time.
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Not to hijack, but speaking of a "super easy method and it comes out perfect each time," my son cooked the Thanksgiving turkey in his Instapot this year.

Took 47 minutes for the breast to be done, and it came out flavorful and juicy, so much so that my wife went out and bought an Instapot for us to use.
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Old 11-28-2022, 02:14 PM   #8
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I am going to vote that mine is! I cooked this 12 pound boneless on Thanksgiving. Super easy method and it comes out perfect each time.
That's probably half my monthly grocery budget right there!

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Old 11-28-2022, 02:26 PM   #9
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I am going to vote that mine is! I cooked this 12 pound boneless on Thanksgiving. Super easy method and it comes out perfect each time.
Looks terrific. Good char. May I ask where you purchased it?


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Angus boneless rib roast, ordered from Hannaford's in Dover.

Cook 5 minutes per lb at 500 degrees, shut off when time is up and don't open the oven for 2 hours.

Before cooking it gets rubbed/coated in a rosemary/garlic/thyme butter that I make from a recipe. Some of that chars on, the rest turns into drippings which make a killer au jus.
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Lets keep it rolling - looks good enough I'm copying.

Would you consider sharing the rub recipe?

Thanks!
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If your a Samís Club member they have USDA Prime rib roast that are fantastic! They fully trim and tie them up really nice ready for the rotisserie! Our last one was an 18 liber! We usually rotisserie two per year. One on July 4th and one on New Yearís Eve! So good!!!

For a seasoning we use ďMy Family SeasoningĒ for rib roasts. We love it!

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I am going to vote that mine is! I cooked this 12 pound boneless on Thanksgiving. Super easy method and it comes out perfect each time.
Please give me your address! 😂
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Lets keep it rolling - looks good enough I'm copying.

Would you consider sharing the rub recipe?

Thanks!
No problem.

1 cup butter
7 minced garlic cloves
3tbsp fresh chopped rosemary
1tbsp fresh chopped thyme
2tbsp salt
1tbsp black pepper

Mix it up and rub it on all sides before cooking. Depending on the size of the roast you may want to double this.

Here’s the link to my not so secret method:

https://www.kj.com/blog/prime-rib-ro...lic-butter-rub
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Big Dog, we continue to be impressed with the quality, value and flavor of the prime rib at the VK. It's consistently delicious, portions are huge and we have yet to have a bad cut....one problem, available on Saturdays only and while supplies lasts.

Merry Christmas & Happy Holiday!
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