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    This prime rib is absolutely scrumptious! My mother has made it for years and it is now my family's traditional Christmas dinner. It is so, so easy to prepare and yet tastes like it was cooked by a gourmet chef in a world-class dining establishment. Most people think that prime rib is complicated to make, yet it is much easier to make than a turkey! The secret to this yummy recipe is the searing time - it makes the roast turn out wonderfully tender on the inside, with a perfect crisp on the outside! Rib roast is a bit expensive, but it is truly worth every penny, and perfect for holidays and special occasions! Don't let the process of placing the garlic slices in the slits throughout the roast put you off - it is really quite easy and quick to do, and it adds great flavor to the roast (the garlic is not overpowering at all). I always buy it with the ribs still attached because it is more flavorful that way, but a boneless roast is a bit easier to slice - either way is fine! A good prime rib is always cooked rare or med-rare, but never well-done. Enjoy this mouth-watering special special occasion treat!

    Recipe #83158

    This is a yummy egg dish that I created. It's perfect for anything from breakfast in bed for two to brunch for four. The sour cream is the key - it keeps the eggs moist, unlike many baked egg dishes that tend to be a bit dry. It's also fast and easy, with very little clean up! I like to use Mexican shredded cheese, but any cheese would probably be fine.

    Recipe #83144

    These are the BEST mashed potatoes EVER! And they are so user-friendly because you can make them the night before. I never take these anywhere without people begging me for the recipe. Once you make these, you will never want to make them any other way. Also great in twice-baked potatoes. And, if you need really easy, buy pre-cooked mashed potatoes, add from these ingredients, stir, and re-heat in microwave. Tastes almost as good as home-made! My favorite way to cook these are in the crockpot! EDIT: Please note that I have always cooked these in the crockpot and have never baked them; I have gotten new feedback that they taste FAR BETTER if cooked in the crockpot, so this is now my only recommendation for cooking source.

    Recipe #81902

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