Pure Black Barley-Fed Angus Beef Prime Rib
Barley-Fed | 8 lbs | MB4+
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- The best deal of our Grand Opening Specials! From Thursday, December 14th to Monday, December 18th, this premium cut is only $160. Happy Holidays from Herd & Grace!
This premium cut is perfect for holiday feasts and celebrations. Or, turn any meal into a grand occasion!
Feast your senses on our Barley Fed Angus Prime Rib. This exclusive cut of beef has been meticulously raised in the style of Japanese Wagyu, resulting in a robust flavor and sublime tenderness, unlike anything you've ever tasted.
Each mouthful delivers a distinct buttery richness that melts away, revealing a subtle beef flavor beneath - an experience only achievable through this distinct style of raising and feeding the cattle.
This Prime Rib promises an exceptional dining experience for beef aficionados, as its sublime tenderness and flavors speak for the intricate care taken to raise the cattle.
The Perfect Holiday Dish
- Pull out roast from fridge and take out of package, pat dry
- Generously season with Spiceology Prime Rib Rub or if you’re a purist, good old fashion Tasmanian sea salt and fresh cracked black pepper
- Let the roast sit on counter for 30-45min
- Set oven to 250 degrees
- Set roast in oven and cook for at least 20 min per pound or until internal temp is 120 degrees.
- Rest the roast for 30 minutes
- Turn up the temp in over to 450-500 degrees
- Return roast to oven and cook for 5-10min to get that beautiful caramel sear that we all love.
- Slice, serve and enjoy!
- Don’t forget to finish off with our Tasmanian flake sea salt
Cooking Temperatures based on “Doneness”:
A Well Marbled Cut
The prime rib is well-marbled meaning that it has a decent amount of fat content that renders down as it cooks, keeping the beef tender.
A popular way to cook this cut is with au jus, or its own juices, to prevent it from drying out during the cooking process.
Also Known As
- Rib Roast
- Standing Rib Roast
- Beef Ribs
- Prime Rib can be cooked in various ways. Try out the oven, grill, smoker, or slow cooker.
- For a classic cooking method, this cut should be placed on a roasting rack inside an oven. Ensure that the ribs side is facing down, and the fatty side is facing up.
- Since this is a large cut, be sure to season the meat well. This usually involves a generous amount of kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper. For additional flavor, add in herbs like thyme and rosemary, and aromatics such as garlic.
- This cut is best served rare or medium-rare. Top with jus and pair with roasted vegetables.
- Syrah, or Shiraz as the varietal is known in Australia, is a full-bodied wine with notes of pepper, berries, tobacco, and smoke. It perfectly compliments the bold, beefy flavor of Prime Rib.
- If you are looking for a popular California varietal, check out Petite Sirah. It's tannic and acidic with notes of blueberry, chocolate, pepper, and spice. The acidic nature of this wine pairs especially well with the richness of Prime Rib.
About Pure Black
Pure Black Barley-Fed Angus delivers a new standard in luxury through superior marbling & unrivaled tenderness. It features a premium Black Angus cattle breed, pristine pastures, and no added hormones.
Working directly with dedicated farmers across southern Australia, Pure Black starts with careful cattle selection. They know exactly where our cattle are from and how they have been bred.
Pure Black Angus cattle are peacefully raised on some of the world’s best pastures and once ready, are finished with a custom barley ration.
Angus are known throughout the world for their ability to consistently produce the finest high quality beef. The superior meat quality of Angus cattle comes from their ability to lay down intra-muscular marbling during the finishing phase, together with excellent tenderness, texture, flavor,
meat color and fat color.
Pure Black Barley Fed Angus Beef is guaranteed to be tender, juicy and full of flavor.