Prime rib is a perfect centerpiece for the holiday meal. It looks and tastes beautiful, but building a menu around it can be confusing. This blog takes a few simple ideas, like champagne cocktails and helps to combine it to the meal. One of the more interesting is a Brussels Sprout hash, using crispy sage and walnuts, giving you a new side dish to go with the menu. You can also go with classics, like popovers, traditionally made with the pan dripping from the roast.

Key Takeaways:

  • Guests will always be impressed by a prime rib roast no matter what the sides are.
  • Making a prime rib will take a couple hours, with some being hands-off work.
  • You should serve a red wine with the roast to complement the meat.

“The prime rib roast should rest for about 30 minutes before slicing and serving, so make sure you have a simple appetizer and cocktail for guests when they arrive.”

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