Thursday, January 3, 2013

Foolproof Prime Rib

HI, I'm Charly, and today is my first day working with my mom at Adorned From Above.  Today I am sharing a recipe for Foolproof Prime Rib, that I made a few weeks ago,

First I want to tell you a little bit about myself.  I worked as a paralegal for several years, and right now I am taking some time off to decide what I might like to do with my life.  My mom came to me some time ago, asking if I would help her with her blog, and I recently decided that I would like to give blogging a try.  

My mom spends so much time on the blog that she doesn't have time for much else, so I am going help in several different areas of the blog.  I will be sharing her posts at parties, and helping comment on all of your posts at her parties.  With 200+ links each week, it has gotten a little difficult for her to comment on each post by herself.  I will also be sharing some of the things that I enjoy doing with all of you, like recipes, beading, and some helpful hints for around the house.  I'm a little OCD, so there will be projects about organization, cleaning and other things like that.  

I am looking forward to getting to know all of you, and for all of you to get to know me.

Now on to the recipe for Foolproof Prime Rib.  A friend was staying with us a few weeks ago, and bought us this beautiful Prime Rib Roast.  I had never made a prime rib before, and was very nervous since it was a $60.00 piece of meat, I figured I would find a recipe over the internet.  There were several, and I found this one at   I made it and it came out delicious, so I decided to share it here with you.  I adapted my seasonings to this from the original recipe, but I have posted a link to the original recipe.  So here it is, my Foolproof Prime Rib.

Foolproof Prime Rib


5 lb Prime Rib
1 tsp sea salt
1 tsp lawry's Season Salt
1 tsp Montreal Steak Seasoning
1 tsp garlic powder
1 tsp pepper


Preheat oven to 375 degrees.  

Line a roasting pan with heavy duty foil and spray foil and a roasting rack with non stick cooking spray.

Put the prime rib on the rack with fat side up and rub seasonings all over the top and sides of the prime rib.

Cook for 1 hour. 

Then turn the oven off and let the prime rib sit in the oven without opening the door.

Let sit in oven for 3 hours.  

Then turn the oven on to 375 degrees and cook for another 1 hour, or until the meat reaches an internal temperature of 145 degrees.

Remove from oven and let sit for 10 minutes before cutting the meat.

Cut the meat and serve.

Serves 6 to 8 

Sorry that it is still in the pan, but when I took the picture I hadn't thought about blogging about it.  I just sent this picture to my Mom, because it looked so good.

The Foolproof Prime was delicious.  All of us loved it, and I hope you do to.

As my mom says, we always love hearing from you.

Happy New Year!!!
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  1. Sounds yummy! I bet my husband will love it!

    1. Hi Carolyn,
      I hope your husband likes it. It came out really so good. everyone really liked it here. Thanks so much for coming by.

  2. Save me the end piece with all the seasonings. Thanks for a great recipe.

    1. Hi Helen,
      The end piece was really good. The seasonings were delicious. I'm happy to be blogging. Thanks for visiting today.

  3. Wow that looks SOOOO good! :) Can't wait to try!

  4. Hi Charly, happy to have you aboard. You will be a great help to your mom.We made prime rib for Christmas dinner a couple years ago and it was a big hit. I will be saving this so that we can try it. Looks delicious! Thanks for sharing with Share Your Cup.

  5. Hi Charly! It's nice to meet you. Thanks for helping out your mom with her blog. It does take a lot of time to be a pro blogger. She's lucky to have you as a daughter!

  6. The roast looks so good, last christmas I was given a prime rib to cook and was so nervous, but I watched it so ever carefully and it turned out beautiful. Just like yours did. Sure Mom is happy to have you helping her, she looks like she is very busy with blogging..........andi the wednesday baker

    1. Hi Andi,
      Thank you so much for coming by. I can understand being nervous, as you read I was too. My mom is so busy, that sometimes I feel really bad for her, but she really enjoys blogging. I'm really happy to be helping her. It's good to be here.
      Have a great week.

  7. Thanks Debi for sharing this recipe with us at Eco-Kids Tuesday!


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