It was Christmas day and we had bought our first ever prime rib of 17.5lbs. We had invited two families over for a Christmas meal. After barely fitting the bad boy in the oven we set off for the ice rink. 2 hours later we came home to a house full of smoke because the juice had ran over onto the element. Shortly after, company started to arrive to a house full of smoke and a what appeared to be a very large loaf of bread sitting on the kitchen counter cooling. We began to chip off the crust and shortly after began to dive into this wonder roast that had been unfortunately over cooked. I must tell you that it was fantastic even though it was well done and my kids are now prime rib and horseradish lovers. Initially we struggled with the high salt idea, because we don't cook with much salt. Some outside pieces were a little salty, but we ended up fighting for the outside crispy pieces. Will use this recipe again. Thank you for sharing this one.
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It was Christmas day and we had bought our first ever prime rib of 17.5lbs. We had invited...