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Here are 5 steps for carving a juicy prime rib. André Baranowski
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Step 1
Using a carving knife, cut a thin slice off one side of the rib roast to create an even base. André Baranowski
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Step 2
Place the roast on a large carving platter, cut side down, with the bones to your left. André Baranowski
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Step 3
Steady the roast by pressing the carving fork firmly against the topmost bone. Using smooth, even strokes, make a horizontal cut toward the bone to make a thick slice. André Baranowski
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Step 4
Steady the roast by pressing the carving fork firmly against the topmost bone. Using smooth, even strokes, make a horizontal cut toward the bone to make a thick slice. André Baranowski
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Step 5
Using the knife and carving fork, transfer the slice to a warmed serving platter. Repeat preceding steps until you’ve worked your way to the bottom of the roast. André Baranowski

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