Thanksgiving 2010 Entrée ~ Prime Rib/Crown Roast ~ It was GOOD!

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Dinner is served. Glad you could join us. The cranberry sauce was added after the pictures.
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Thanksgiving 2010 Entrée ~ Prime Rib/Crown Roast

Earlier you saw what I was about to cook. It is now done [after pics] and sits resting. Are you ready to eat???

CRW_1967.CRW Prime Rib, cooked to a meat temp of just over 140-degrees

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In America, we call it Thanksgiving—that is the USA & Canada

Happy Thanksgiving to all. This is certainly a day [as all are] to be thankful for the many blessings that we have received. The basis of this observance is that it is the time to give thanks for a bountiful harvest. The link I have given takes you to the Wilkipedia for some historical perspective. It seems the celebration dates back to the early 1600 and even 1578 in Canada.

Thanksgiving is family time for lots of Americans. The day is one of travel—the most heavily traveled in America. Got to get home to experience mom’s cookin’ For to many of us, it is a day of over indulgence. Hey, I can ride or walk it off. At least that is what we say. Then, there are the following holiday celebrations that seem to have food as a major component. Tradition has most eating turkey, or maybe ham, or other meat [forgive me vegans]. I ‘ve cooked a few turkeys in my day, many hams, and briskets when I lived in Texas. Today, I’m cooking a prime rib or crown roast. Thought I’d share a few pictures with you. It is small—just for two. It is now in the oven. But first, a few before pictures.

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Stay tuned for other pictures from the Artis household. Thanks and happy holidays to all.

Tour of Rwanda, 2010 ~ Stage 9 [final stage] Result

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Eritrean riders finish 1st, 2nd, 6th, 7th, and 10th, capturing 5 of the first 10 positions in the final general classification. Adrien Niyonshuti, Rwanda, finishes 8th.