Prime Rib Roast
Located just north of Kitchener, ON, West Grey Premium Beef brings you this juicy prime rib roast. Also known as a standing rib roast, a prime rib roast comes from the same primal cut as a ribeye steak, so you can expect lots of flavour and lots of marbling. This cut is perfect for a large-format meal. It's also great when you want to just toss the roast in the oven and forget about it while working on some delicious sides. West Grey Premium Beef also uses a "Test Verified" system, which tests for any antibiotic residue, developed with advice from Professional Veterinarians and experts from the University of Guelph.
COOKING TIP: Unlike a ribeye, which is a steak cut, the prime rib roast is well, a roast. The oven is your best option for this specific bone-in roast. Here are a few pro tips. 1. Make sure your roast is at room temperature before putting it in the preheated oven. 2. Slow roast it before finishing it in a hot oven. So, take the roast out when it reaches an internal temperature of 110¬∞F for medium-rare and then let it sit. The temperature will continue to increase to about 125¬∞F while it sits. Then, finish the roast at a higher temperature in the oven right before serving to get the outside perfectly golden brown.