I need it for an upcoming open house party
some told me to roast to rare and then slice it as people arrive dip it into hot aujus to cook it further - is this right ?
They differ on what cut they are calling a prime rib. That is the disagreement. BDL claims a true prime rib consists of a seven bone section while Ed believes a full prime is 13 ribs.
Wondering what brings this up now? Someone making prime rib for Christmas?
Anyway... Know your bovine myology. The standing rib primal and prime rib subprimal are two different cuts. This doesn't so much fall under the category of "differing terminology," but under the "duh" category of "why do you think they call it "Prime?" The problem here is that the term "prime rib" has become diluted by people who don't use it for its specific meaning but to refer to any portion of the standing rib, or to the whole thing.
Kuan he da kine.