We at Versadial Solutions wish those in the U.S. a Happy Thanksgiving!
In honor of the holiday, we will be out of the office from Thursday, November 23rd and will be returning Monday, November 27th.
With many thanks,
I'm not a huge fan of turkey, so I usually just make prime rib. Plus, right around this time grocery stores drop the price to buy this cut of meat. I have tried many different approaches, but the one I have good luck with is this one:
Hopefully, your oven can reach 500 degrees, some struggle a bit, but the meat coming out is usually on point for a prime rib. For those who like it cooked more, just increase the time a tiny bit, or cut those slices and throw them on the pan to cook a little more.
And one thing I learned . . . trust the process. I freaked out once, thinking my oven was dissipating the heat too efficiently and it was not cooking. I ended up extending the cooking time too long and I overcooked the meat. So be patient!
A Special Thanksgiving Quote:
"Cooking Tip: Wrap turkey leftovers in aluminum foil and throw them out."