Bone-In Rib Roast | Certified Angus Beef

Special Price $249.99 Regular Price $299.99
Availability: In stock
SKU:
1005309.1

Our Bone-In Rib Roast, also known as a Standing Rib Roast or Prime Rib, is the perfect centerpiece for your next family gathering! A simple cut to cook that does not require much work, yet still comes out with a rich juicy flavor. We recommend roasting it whole and standing it on its ribs to let the lavish amounts of marbling soak in. Once its ready to serve, you'll want to sit back and enjoy bite after buttery bite.

  • Certified Angus Beef®
  • 6.5-7.5 lb. bone-in cut
  • Rich, marbling flavor
  • Flash-frozen and individually sealed
  • Steaks cut by weight; actual thickness may vary
  • This item is shipped raw and does not include any pictured accompaniments.

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Our products are shipped frozen with dry ice. Your shipment will arrive with little to no dry ice remaining. Upon receipt, avoid touching dry ice with bare hands. Your product should be frozen or at minimum cold to touch (40°F). Steaks can be refrozen at this temperature but Seafood cannot and must be refrigerated and cooked within 1-2 days. When storing or thawing proteins in the refrigerator, keep them in the coldest part of the refrigerator. Use a thermometer to make sure your refrigerator is operating at 40°F or lower.

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You want to make sure you thaw slowly in the thawing process because the muscle can absorb some of that water and make your proteins juicy and flavorful. The key to the ultimate quality on your plate, thawing slowly. 

For larger proteins, it is recommended to leave proteins for a longer time in the refrigerator. Brisket and bone-in steaks such as Tomahawk, Cowboy, etc. can take up to 48 hours to thaw.

Step by step thaw method if fully frozen - 1) Remove steaks from their sealed bags. 2) Place on the plate. 3) Cover with plastic wrap in the refrigerator for 24 to 36 hours. 

 

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