how to cook Prime Rib – cooking for dads, Christmas Roast Beast by Rob Barrett Jr.

MONITOR INTERNAL TEMP!!!! The times are just guidelines and are affected by starting temp and oven variances!!!! Check out my video/song on the top stories of 2011: www.youtube.com Here’s an easy timing chart for how long to cook your meat. www.recipeforprimerib.com Check out my music on Itunes: itunes.apple.com Comment, subscribe, try it, you’ll like it. www.cookingfordads.net if you want more. It’s time to make the Roast Beast. This is a great meal for Christmas, New Years or just about any time. It’s easy enough for a dad or anyone to make and much better than making a ham. … and yes I know, I can’t say horse radish to save my life!!! Here’s one of my first TV appearances making it on KMSP Channel 9. http

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26 thoughts on “how to cook Prime Rib – cooking for dads, Christmas Roast Beast by Rob Barrett Jr.

  1. I paid $9.99 for a boneless so at 5.5 lbs. is cost me about $55.00 but it definitely worth every bite.

  2. I also sautéed mushrooms in real butter and placed a few on each prime rib cut to highlight the Alfredo mushroom sauce. Finally, to wash down this masterpiece I chose a young Cabernet (2009) and it worked beautifully. I might add that the horseradish sauce was a superb compliment to the meal.

    My roast was 5.5 lbs. and 120 degrees provided the perfect medium rare result. The added benefit is leftovers. So, again, thank you for your guidance and instruction.

  3. I want to sincerely thank you for your video that made my Valentine’s present to my wife of 20 years a huge success, a home run, a definite grand slam. She was, to say the least, extremely impressed and pleased.

    I followed your instructions exactly however, I substituted pea pods for fresh steamed asparagus tips (about 4 inches long) smothered with a mushroom Alfredo sauce (Bertolli’s) and lightly topped with parmesan cheese (Sargento shredded).

  4. You want ti to be red, rats, not sure what to do there. I’d take the roast out, depending on it’s size 2 to 3 hours before cooking. take a pic and send it to me. Good luck

  5. Sometimes I’ve seen it as low as $4 a pound, but normally it’s closer to $8 or $9. I’m not a big fan of freezing meat does too much damage.. It’s really hard to get your roast up to just room temp normally (which you should do) much less if it’s freezing. It’s a great dish to serve, your family will love you. Just be sure to watch the internal temp. Take it out at 120.

  6. oh and my meat was not as red as yours. I questioned the butcher abut this and he said that its because of the refridge they use and it’s fine. idk. he advised me to ckean seasln then leave in fridge not freezer ad take out and leave at room temp for an hour before cooking. please help.

  7. first time buying a prince rib and it cost me $ 70! how much should a orime rib be per lb? I went to meat market expecting to so end $30. I cut my meat in had and out in freezer bag. I want to cook the other half for valentines r Easter. good our bad idea? please help. first timer. I wanted to surprise my small family with something different for new years

  8. It dosen’t matter what size….Just equil portions…..actually portions don’t really matter….I put more horseraddish than he recomends….

  9. Grab a spoonful from your silverware drawer and get a scoop of horseradish with it. watch the video.

  10. one normal spoonful of horse radish? lol WTF is a normals spoon? There are 2 kinds of normal spoons. One is called a teaspoon the other a tablespoon.

  11. I haven’t had much luck with the microwave, it tends to make the meat tough, put it in foil and heat at 300 until warm. Makes great sandwiches.

  12. taking the roast out at 120 is perfect. I followed the directions of another video on youtube that said to take it out at 130. I was pretty much serving beef jerkey to my guests. Wish I followed your video instead

  13. If you don’t finish the whole prime rib during dinner, what’s the best way to warm it up the next day? Do you warm it up in the oven? If so, at what temperature?
    Or do you warm it up in the microwave?

  14. I try to stress that in the comments and in the video. Sorry it didn’t turn out better for you. I’ve had thousands for whom it did work perfectly.

  15. Sorry it didn’t’ work better for you. I try to stress the importance of watching the internal temp. There are too many variables – the temp of your oven and more importantly the starting temp of your roast.If you take it right out of the fridge, it will take longer, if you bring it to room temp first, it will cook faster. These are things I can only guide you with and can’t control.

  16. Cooked 10 lb prime rib at 450 for 10 min then at 325 for 20 min a pound per your instructions. Checked half hour early and meat was at 150 and well done. Thanks for helping ruin my Christmas dinner.

  17. check the link I just put in the description, but if you have it on the counter to bring to room temp for a couple hours, it should be just under 2 hours. don’t forget to let it rest for 10 minutes. Take a pic and send it to me. Thanks for the nice comment.

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