Prime Rib is so divine, in my house, it’s usually reserved for very special occasions – Christmas, a special dinner party, Thanksgiving, New Year’s Eve … you get the picture.
I can’t ever remember a time when I decided to cook one on a regular old Tuesday night.
We love it so much, ANY day could be a special occasion. Its flavor and aroma is so, so tempting. I don’t know why we wait so long in between indulgences.
I can see it now. My husband walks in and smells the Prime Rib Roast cooking and he immediately is perplexed and suspicious.
“Is there something you need to tell me?” he’ll ask.
But it doesn’t have to be this way. Let’s get out of our routine-ified ruts. Let’s branch out a little!
Next Tuesday or Wednesday or Thursday why not cook a Prime Rib Roast just because?
If anything, those days need a little pick-me-up. I know mine do.
Need a little help in the preparation department? Here’s a great page of Prime Rib cooking instructions.
Enjoy your life! And sweeten the deal for the people you love. Give ’em Prime Rib!
Photo courtesy of KansasCitySteaks.com.