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Re: Whats for lunch/Supper!!!

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02-17-2013 11:56:03

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I think I will warm up half of the prime rib I made for Valentines was the best I have had in at least 10 years..bought it at a local butcher shop....

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02-17-2013 15:00:57

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 Re: Whats for lunch/Supper!!! in reply to RickieBlue, 02-17-2013 11:56:03  
Now that's a piece of meat I can sink my teeth into - LOL!!!
Prime Rid, my favorite. I cook it as you do and it turns out perfect everytime. We too, buy from a "local" butcher, 40 miles from home!

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02-17-2013 12:31:29

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 Re: Whats for lunch/Supper!!! in reply to RickieBlue, 02-17-2013 11:56:03  
Aren't you going to cook it first?????????

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02-17-2013 16:11:01

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 Re: Whats for lunch/Supper!!! in reply to USAonly, 02-17-2013 12:31:29  
I Second that motion... I can't eat Raw Meat LOL!, Although alot of People do, not Me.. Larry

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02-17-2013 12:20:42

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 Re: Whats for lunch/Supper!!! in reply to RickieBlue, 02-17-2013 11:56:03  
How do you prepare and cook that, Rickie? It looks delicious.

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02-17-2013 13:31:34

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 Re: Whats for lunch/Supper!!! in reply to JerryS, 02-17-2013 12:20:42  
Jerry........see the link below...I cook it for 15 minutes at 450 and then turn down to 325..I put a thermometer in it and it comes out of the oven at 120 and let it sit for 20 minutes..that way the juice doesn't run out of it!!

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02-17-2013 12:03:24

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 Re: Whats for lunch/Supper!!! in reply to RickieBlue, 02-17-2013 11:56:03  
If I wasn't flying weekend cross countries, Vance AFB Officer's Club had a Friday night special on prime rib. Steak with all the fixings for $5. Pitcher of beer for $5. That was in the 1970s.

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