Weekend Meats.

Yep, that’s not a typo. This weekend instead of music, we’re going to talk about food. Specifically, about an easy and delicious roast recipe that even a work-week harried and slightly hungover dad can slap together on late Saturday afternoon for dinner. The keys are ingredients – get the freshest you can find for the marinade, and be sure to get a really terrific hunk of meat. At my favorite butcher the best rib roasts are not exactly cheap at like $19/lb, but they look like something Fred Flintstone would eat and feed an army.

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Standing Rib Roast with Fig-Port Glaze
Trust me – it practically makes itself. Just marinade for a few hours, and you’ll need about two and a half hours to cook the sucker. Recipe info is on the link above. Make sure to pick up a bottle of something to drink as you cook because cooking is thirsty work. Mangia.

(Thanks, Aida!)

 

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