All salt is not the same. Of the many salts available, one of my all-time favorites is Sel Gris – or Grey Salt. Grey salt is a moist, unrefined sea salt, usually found in the Brittany region of France’s Atlantic coast. Its natural, light-grey color comes from the minerals absorbed from the clay that lines [Continue Reading …]
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The secret to a great Prime Rib Roast starts with the meat itself. The better the quality of the meat, the better the end result. The fat marbling in the beef is the key to good flavor. Have your butcher help you choose a cut of meat that includes a good amount of fat marbling.
Follow these directions and you won’t be disappointed.
To determine how big a roast you will need, see the notes section.
Yorkshire pudding has been a Christmas Eve dinner tradition at our house since I was a little girl. This recipe has been passed down for generations. Usually a side dish accompaniment to Prime Rib, if you save beef drippings and freeze them, it can be made any time of year.