Bone-In Prime Rib Giveaway from!

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Talk about a delicious giveaway!  Boy!  Dave and I were in our glory today eating this bone-in prime rib from The Tender Filet!  This is one cut of meat that I have never made in my kitchen.  I don’t know what I was worried about, it’s super easy to cook!  I surfed the net before hand to see how other people cook prime rib and came across this popular recipe on

My 4.5 lb. prime rib was shipped to me (frozen).  I thawed it out in the refrigerator for a few days as directed in The Tender Filet manual.


I rubbed it with salt, black ground pepper, and garlic powder and placed it on the rack of my roasting pan.


I inserted my trusty old meat thermometer in the middle and cooked it in my oven for 1 hour at 375°F.  Then I shut off the oven and kept the beef in the warm oven for 3 hours without opening the door.  I put a sign on the oven so no one would open it!  :)  Then I turned on the oven at 375°F and cooked it for about 40 minutes.


And this is how it came out!  Isn’t she a beauty?!


Here’s a different view.  I let the beef rest for 10-15 minutes before slicing.


And here’s the final product! We loved it! It cut like buttah and melted in my mouth!  :)


Check out more cuts of beef and other gourmet selections at The Tender Filet!




Would you like to win a 4.5 Bone-In Prime Rib like the one I made?

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*This giveaway will end on Sunday, Nov. 27 at 8 am EST! THIS GIVEAWAY IS OVER! It is open to the U.S. only. The winner will be chosen by and will be contacted by email. Please respond within 48 hours or a new winner will be chosen. To be fair to everyone, the comments not meeting the requirements will be deleted. Good luck!

Disclosure:  I received this item free of charge from The Tender Filet.  No monetary compensation was received or offered, nor was I under any obligation to write about this product.  All opinions expressed are my honest thoughts about this product.  I am not offering any sales or taking any  orders for this item.  I will not receive any compensation in connection with any sales of this item.

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    Claire Seim says

    That just looks delicious! I bet it would be awesome with some great herbs on it, too.
    Following you and Tender Filet, and I shared the give away. I’d love to win a Prime Rib!

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    Terri S. says

    I do all the baking, the salads and the side dishes while hubby does the meats, poultry or fish for our meals. He makes a delicious Prime Rib and we’ll be having one at Christmas with our family. :-)

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    Karen says

    Prime rib is my dad’s favorite holiday meal. . .I have cooked it several times and it has turned out great each time. The meat does melt in your mouth – all it needs is a little salt and pepper and a sprinkling of garlic. I would love to win this so that I could make it for my dad!

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    Jennifer Stewart says

    Prime rib is my absolute favorite, although I have never tried to make it . Love following you on Facebook!

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    Sherry W. says

    I have never made Prime Rib before but it is one of my husband’s favorite cuts, as long as there is creamy horseradish sauce and au jus nearby….YUM!!!

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    Debbie Karp says

    I’ve never made Prime Rib but you sure made it look simple. Would love to win so I can prepare for my family. Thanks!!

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    Kitty says

    Yes, I have and it was at least 8 years ago. It was delicious and actually a bit stressful to make because we watched it constantly since we didn’t want to ruin a beautiful piece of meat. It was a perfect Christmas dinner.

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    Oh my goodness. I’m drooling here looking at your Prime Rib pictures! I’ve made it once before for a special occasion. It was delicious and amazing. But since it could be a quite expensive cut, I don’t make it often. What a nice way to celebrate the Holiday with this beautiful giveaway.

    amy [at] utry [dot] it

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    I have only “helped” make it before. My Mom buys it and I help her make it. We usually have it for Christmas Eve dinner but might have to pass this year because of the price increase, unless we win it! :)


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