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    Default Looking for 10lb bone in ribeye (prime rib)

    I've tried nacional/chef pepper in santiago with no luck, I'm heading to SD tomorrow to pick up mami so I was wondering if anyone has seen bone in ribeye anywhere? Thanks in advance!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sayanora View Post
    I've tried nacional/chef pepper in santiago with no luck, I'm heading to SD tomorrow to pick up mami so I was wondering if anyone has seen bone in ribeye anywhere? Thanks in advance!
    I go to Nellos butcher for carne. Its in the Envaristo Morales area. They have US Black Angus and I have had them saw at chunk of rib eye 4 inches thick.
    NELLO CARNES SELECTAS - L F Thomén 165 Sd Santo Domingo

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    I have never had prime rib in the DR, but I have only been here for 10 years. Maybe there is a place you can get aged beef that will work in Santo Domingo. Otherwise it will be a bad experience.

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    I'm assuming this is for Christmas.? A standing rib roast will run $7-$8/pound in the US. I think your best bet would be to look for a cryopack prime rib. What I do when I cook prime rib is to peel three or four onions, cut in half and then cook the rib on top of them. This keeps the meat out of the pan drippings and the onions will go very nicely on the side. Cook to an internal temp of 110º and let rest for about 15 minutes in the oven before cutting or hold in a 135º oven. The "carry over" will bring the temp up to 120º(rare).

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    Quote Originally Posted by windeguy View Post
    I have never had prime rib in the DR, but I have only been here for 10 years. Maybe there is a place you can get aged beef that will work in Santo Domingo. Otherwise it will be a bad experience.
    Has to be imported, I've been able to get it 2 years in a row at chef pepper's here in santiago but this year they only have it without the bone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Expat13 View Post
    I go to Nellos butcher for carne. Its in the Envaristo Morales area. They have US Black Angus and I have had them saw at chunk of rib eye 4 inches thick.
    NELLO CARNES SELECTAS - L F Thomén 165 Sd Santo Domingo

    Once again Dr1 comes through to save the day, going to pick up my 10 pound bone in ribeye tomorrow!!

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    Very useful link thanks for the good info .

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    If you ask the butcher at Nacional in Santiago nicely they can get you one. They usually chop it up into individual steaks but they can give you a whole one if they have it fresh in the back.

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    "Bone IN", is Always better!
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    CC: this is about cooking. Not "animal husbandry".

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