rib roast


: a cut of meat containing the large piece that lies along the outer side of the rib see beef illustration

Examples of rib roast in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Prime rib, otherwise known as beef rib roast, is valued for its fat marbling and flavor. Sarah Martens, Better Homes & Gardens, 16 Feb. 2024 According to her Instagram post, Stewart prepared a rib roast for Christmas dinner. Ana Calderone, Peoplemag, 26 Dec. 2023 Standing rib roast with all the trimmings signifies extravagance, luxury and abundance. David Tanis, San Diego Union-Tribune, 20 Dec. 2023 The blade measures in at seven inches, a manageable size that's also the perfect length for carving up a rib roast. goodhousekeeping.com, 28 Apr. 2023 Place garlic on oven rack next to rib roast. Good Housekeeping, 23 Nov. 2020 Entrées include eggs breakfast options available from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., or seafood and land entrées such as roast lamb, filet mignon, prime rib roast, scallops, lobster tail, or surf and turf combinations. Elaine Rewolinski, Journal Sentinel, 24 Mar. 2023 In a video with chef Kevin Lee, the oldest son of David and Victoria Beckham slathers a prime rib roast with herb butter, roasts crispy potatoes and bakes Yorkshire pudding. Sabrina Weiss, Peoplemag, 2 Feb. 2023 An extensive takeout menu offers roast turkey breast, smoked Wagyu prime rib roast, creamy corn with bacon, roasted butternut squash, macaroni and cheese and more. Dallas News, 3 Nov. 2022

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Word History

First Known Use

1627, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of rib roast was in 1627

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“Rib roast.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/rib%20roast. Accessed 15 Jun. 2024.

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