Make beef the center of your holiday celebration this year. Let the savory aroma of a holiday roast wrap itself around you and give your family a gift they'll ask for every year. Or maybe every night... beef on the dinner table!
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What goes great with a beef dinner? More beef on the side.
With a Prime Rib, the meat is tender, savory and rich with a good amount of marbling. This translates to big flavors. This is when the young, bold wines, come in. For more tips on finding the perfect match for beef and wine, check out a guide to beef and wine pairing by Vindulge.
While it all comes down to personal preference, we have compiled some general guidelines to finding the perfect beef and alcohol pairing.
Check out some of the country's favorite and most popular beef cuts for the holiday season.
The Prime Rib, the classic holiday roast. With its rich, beefy flavor, you can’t go wrong.
This roast is lean, succulent and full of great flavor.
This centerpiece roast is juicy, tender and full of flavor.
Oven roasting is the simplest way to prepare beef – just season and let the oven do the rest. And with these cuts of beef, your centerpiece is sure to be both delicious and memorable.
Don’t stress over the cooking and spend more time with your guests by oven roasting. This simple cooking method uses a lower temperature over a longer period of time, allowing you to "set it and forget it."
Find the recommended oven roasting times for the some of the most popular beef cuts this holiday season. With these guidelines and an instant read thermometer, you'll have a nicely done roast every time.
Do you know the difference between medium and medium-rare? A meat thermometer and these tips on determining doneness will help ensure your beef- whether a steak, roast or ground beef, is safe and delicious.
Discover mouthwatering recipes, learn new cooking tips and explore the cut that makes the Prime Rib, prime.
Make holidays memorable with these delicious beef recipes.
On a tighter budget this season? Use leftovers from your roast to stretch one meal into multiple meals.
This holiday season, let a charcuterie board featuring beef take the “bored” out of that traditional, tired, and oh-so-predictable meat and cheese tray.