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How to Roast Prime Rib: 4 Different Techniques - Culinary Arts
Here are four different techniques for cooking a perfect prime rib roast, which is a tender, succulent beef roast that's great for holidays and other special ...
How to Roast Beets : Step 3 - Culinary Arts - About.com
Roast the beets for 30 to 40 minutes. After 30 minutes you can check if they're done by sticking a sharp knife into the center of the largest beet. If it slides in easily ...
How to Roast Beets at Home - Local Foods - About.com
Roasted beets have a sweeter flavor than unroasted beets, and they're remarkably easy to peel. See how to roast beets at home with this step-by-step guide.
How to Cook the Perfect Sunday Roast Beef - British & Irish Food
Roast beef historically may the most famous Sunday Roast but other roasts take equal billing on a Sunday lunch. Roast pork, lamb and chicken are all served ...
Pork Roast Recipe Collection - Southern Food - About.com
A variety of delicious pork roasts, including recipes using boneless and bone-in pork loin, pork rib roast, crown roast, pork shoulder, and more.
Prime Rib Roast: The Slow-Roast Method - Culinary Arts - About.com
This prime rib roast is first browned on the stovetop and then slow-roasted at a low temperature. The result is succulent, juicy and perfectly medium-rare.
Roast Leg of Lamb Recipe - Culinary Arts - About.com
This classic leg of lamb roast makes a perfect holiday dinner. It's flavored with garlic and rosemary and roasted to a perfect medium rare.
Classic Roast Prime Rib au Jus Recipe - American Food - About.com
This prime rib recipe will work no matter what size roast you're using. A great rule of thumb is each rib will feed 2 guests. So, a 4 rib roast will serve 8 guests.
Tips for Cooking a Perfect Roast Chicken - British & Irish Food
Roast Chicken is perfect for the Sunday Roast, it is so easy took cook, Here are 7 handy hints and tips to create the perfect chicken every time.
Prime Rib Roast - The Traditional Method - Culinary Arts - About.com
This prime rib roast is cooked by the traditional method of roasting on high and then finishing at a lower temperature for a perfect medium rare.