Foolproof Eye of Round Roast - Mrs Happy Homemaker
This has been my tried and true method for cooking an Eye of Round roast for 20 years. It tastes like a steakhouse quality meal but it's budget friendly!
How to Make a Perfect & Easy Prime Rib Roast - Mirlandra's Kitchen
Tips and Tricks: Start 1-4 days in Advance Read all the directions before you begin so you can plan ahead for the time required. When buying a roast, plan on about 1 pound of bone-in prime rib per person. You must have a roasting pan with a rack. You must have a thermometer, digital or traditional to read the internal temperature. Prime Rib has the optimal flavor at 130F. If you need a few slices of more well done meat simmer them in a pan of Au Jus until the desired doneness is reached.
How to Trim a Whole Beef Tenderloin for Roasting
Beef tenderloin is the most expensive cut of meat on the steer. At a good butcher or supermarket, a trimmed center-cut tenderloin can run you as much as $25 to $30 per pound! But there are ways to minimize that cost. The best way is to buy the tenderloin whole and untrimmed, bring it home, and trim it yourself.
I have had Beef Wellington on my cooking bucket-list for years. But I was afraid of it. Too many steps. Too hard to get the meat cooked to the right temperature. Etcetera etcetera. Enter Gordon Ramsay’s Beef Wellington. Gordon Ramsay is a master of simplifying tricky recipes for the home cook like these Slow Cooked …