I’ve been meaning to share my recipe for the most perfect herb crusted prime rib that you’ve ever tasted for awhile now. I mean, like, years. But it’s not really a cheap thing to just make on a whim in the afternoon just for a blog post, so I had to wait until New Year’s Eve before I could even take a photo.
Every year on New Year’s Eve, I make prime rib for dinner. I like to end the year with a bang – and a big expensive, super filling meal that leaves everyone in a food coma is the perfect thing to end the year on! It also doesn’t hurt that rib roasts are usually deeply discounted that time of the year, so I always end up grabbing one anyway.
I’ve had family members call me on the phone and ask me to walk them through the way I prepare my roast, and I have finally decided to just sit down and write it all down, step by step, exactly how I do it. Normally with a food post, I would create a printable recipe, but not this time. I’ve decided to approach my method more like a normal blog post. It will be much easier to follow along that way, I promise.Continue Reading