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Old 04-12-2010, 10:16 AM   #21
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I had prime rib that was rubbed with dijon and cracked pepper and slow roasted for 18 hours. Perfect medium rare. Purple potatoes, an AMAZING caesar salad, steamed veggies, a glass of cabernet and for dessert a luscious devils food cake with mascarpone cheese filling and ganache topping. I'm still full.
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Old 04-12-2010, 10:47 AM   #22
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I had prime rib that was rubbed with dijon and cracked pepper and slow roasted for 18 hours. Perfect medium rare. Purple potatoes, an AMAZING caesar salad, steamed veggies, a glass of cabernet and for dessert a luscious devils food cake with mascarpone cheese filling and ganache topping. I'm still full.
Do tell Alix, I have never roasted a prime rib for that long... What size, what temperature?? I absolutly must try this... Thanks...
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Old 04-12-2010, 10:50 AM   #23
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Mimi, I ate out last night. Sorry! Wish I could tell you what temp etc. I can tell you the restaurant though!
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Old 04-12-2010, 11:09 AM   #24
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I had prime rib that was rubbed with dijon and cracked pepper and slow roasted for 18 hours. Perfect medium rare. Purple potatoes, an AMAZING caesar salad, steamed veggies, a glass of cabernet and for dessert a luscious devils food cake with mascarpone cheese filling and ganache topping. I'm still full.
JERK!!!

Glad ya had a great time. He must be a good guy, are you worth it? Just joke'n w/ya. I'm sure you know that anyway.

thanks for share'n! Sounds fffffffantastic!
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alix, my crossaint sammich pales in comparison! great dinner, i say!
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defrosted some tomato sauce from fresh summer tomatoes, made a simple bolognese.
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