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Porn made some sausages yesterday, a cross between breakfast style and a Cumberland. They were big, two were enough. I gave her the recipe. Served with home made creamy mashed potato and marrow f

Home cooked steak and kidney pie with new potatoes and baby peas.

Leg of lamb, never cooked it before but tasted lovely.

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Thanksgiving dinner was a 4 pound Prime Rib, mashed potatoes an gravy and a string bean casserole. With a home made pecan pie and icecream.  Ended up getting 3 more meals off that roast for the 2 of us. Damn it was good.

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Now I have done this new recipe several times and really like it. You preheat the oven to 500 degrees, cook the PR at 5 minutes per pound. ( Due to our high altitude I have upped that to 7 minutes per pound ). Then you turn the oven off and let the meat continue to cook for 1 1/2 hours. Absolutely no peaking!. Do not open that door.

The rub for this monster is 2 sticks of room temperature butter, 1/4 cup horseradish, 2 tablespoons crushed peppercorns and Kosher salt. Smash all this together with  a fork till blended. Heavily coat every side except the bottom. It's kind of like frosting a cake.

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place in a pan with a cooking rack.

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Very simple and damn near fool proof. 

Now for the sauce. 2 cups sour cream.  2/3s cup prepared horseradish sauce, drained 3/4 cup fresh chives coarsely chopped.  Kosher salt and ground pepper.  Mix well.

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The finished product is to die for.

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Now these pics show it to be a little rarer than it really was. It was actually at the rare to medium rare side. Which is exactly where I love it to be. I served on warmed plates to help keep it warm longer. This meal is absolutely delicious and incredibly simple. 

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3 hours ago, thumper63 said:

The finished product is to die for.

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Now these pics show it to be a little rarer than it really was. It was actually at the rare to medium rare side. Which is exactly where I love it to be. I served on warmed plates to help keep it warm longer. This meal is absolutely delicious and incredibly simple. 

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I have not had a Prime Rib of beef since my last Christmas dinner prior to moving to Thailand.

That looks superb as I like my beef medium rare but the only downside for me with the recipe would be that I am not a lover of horseradish sauce.

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