(is that is Texas?):
Like all of the other folks’ input, I appreciated your comments . . . and share your enthusiasm for what I consider theBEST of the BEST of the BEEF.
I also appreciated your “cozy up to your butcher
As a fairly recent transplant to Maryland (due to my wife’s corporate transfer . . . I am retired
), I am learning the “ropes” with the local grocers and butchers.
We LOVE the Lexington Market
, in downtown Baltimore, and have established a pretty good rapport (at least, I think so) with one of the meat vendors.
He has ordered us a prime rib roast, has agreed to “prep” it for us, and we will pick it up on Saturday.
THEN, with all the GREAT advice, and with a little luck
, I will prepare it for a special dinner (anniversary) for me lady and me!
Thanks, all, for the great input. If I screw it up, it will be my own fault!