Prime rib is so hot right now. It is back as the centerpiece of restaurants and has shed its stereotype as a Las Vegas buffett meat. To learn how to prepare and roast prime rib, we turned to Lawrence Knapp, executive chef at Smith & Wollensky. Using a few ingredients and some time to slow roast in the oven, you’ll be in meat heaven.
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