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Author Topic: ProudLao, not sure what happened to my buffet thread but to answer your question  (Read 74 times)

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Buffet style prime rib requires less prep time and thus can be served faster. Not saying it's not good but you can tell the subtle differences. At least that's been in my experience..

I made my prime rib buffet style because I've been thinking about not being able to eat at one for close to a year now so I decided to make my own  O0:








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Ingredients needed (***MAKE SURE IT'S KOSHER SALT***):










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Once out of the oven, tin foiled it on the cutting board for about 20 minutes then serve:










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If you're a prime rib fan and happens to be in SF, I recommend this "restaurant prime rib" place  O0:








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