Excellent! Number one, buy an instant read thermometer, then try this flavorful recipe. Do not be afraid of the salt; it keeps moisture in the roast while giving wonderful flavor. I laid fresh thyme sprigs on top of the salt on the cooking pan, as well as on top of the roast before adding the salt. I cooked a 5.5 pound prime rib roast, and it took nearly two hours to reach 135, resting until it reached 140, a lovely medium rare. This is when the instant read can save your investment, don't cook prime rib without one! I started the roast at 450 for 30 minutes, then lowered to 350 until it reached temp.
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Excellent! Number one, buy an instant read thermometer, then try this flavorful recipe. Do not...