National Prime Rib Day
National Prime Rib Day celebrates this iconic cut of beef. While little is known about the history of National Prime Rib Day’s origins, it is celebrated with great enthusiasm with friends and family. Special menus are also offered by many restaurants. Prime rib is also known as “standing rib roast” and can be found between the eighth rib and the twelfth. It’s located on the upper back of cattle.
Prime Rib is best cooked over a slow, low heat. The meat should be placed on the bones so it doesn’t touch the pan. This will ensure its succulence. To make it easier to carve, you can remove the top of the rib bones. This delicacy is also great on the barbecue. It’s delicious when served with baked potatoes, fries, creamed spinach and onion gravy.