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    Leftover Prime Rib

    barbie66
    Thu Dec 26, 2013 11:36 pm
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    Hi All,

    Any suggestions on leftover prime rib? I have the bones also.
    Molly53
    Fri Dec 27, 2013 11:23 am
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    John DOH
    Sun Dec 29, 2013 11:17 pm
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    Did a Prime Rib this evening.

    Some leftovers, the small dog did enjoy the chew of the bones, but lots of gravy

    Mashed potato isn't difficult to replicate, neither are Yorkshires, or veggies, do you could go "round two", as a more or less fresh meal a second night without a lot of issues.

    If there's a bit less left over (but good gravy stocks), this will give a great return on a hot beef sandwich, on a lightly toasted or steamed Italian Roll...the former might call for oven roasted or deep fried potato and gravy (think of sautéed onion, mushroom of cheese to accompany!), or fresh veggies and dip, with the last bits and bites left to sandwiches, soups or stews...
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