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is there a substitute cut of beef for prime rib?

I’d like to do a standing rib roast but, not real keen on spending so much money. The last one i did was about $40. I have an excellent recipe that I use. I know it won’t be the same but, anything tasty that you’ve tried?
i shopped at Publix on the monday after easter and they had just gone off sale but, the associate in the meat dept (who is also my next-door neighbor) suggested Winn Dixie and alas, crisis averted. Got a 3-rib roast for a mere $25.

Always wait until the standing rib roast or prime rib goes on sale to buy. That’s the best way to afford it. Nothing compares to a good Prime Rib roast. It’s the best. They’re costly, but if you keep your eyes on the weekly grocery sales, you can find them on sale mostly during holidays.

The only cut I can think of that is like that is the rib eye steak, and that, indeed, is a steak.
Good luck.

10 thoughts on “is there a substitute cut of beef for prime rib?

  1. The Chameleon says:

    Yes there is a substitute but I don’t recall the name, I was turned on to prime rib when I attended a dinner so when I had the bucks I went to buy some but it was way too expensive, but after consulting the meat cutter he gave me the next best thing and said they taste the same but the price is different, he even gave me a 3rd next best thing to that, either go to the section here that would best answer this question or go to your closest Albertsons of so, that’s where I went, that night I had it with lobster.
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  2. aknaswonder says:

    Always wait until the standing rib roast or prime rib goes on sale to buy. That’s the best way to afford it. Nothing compares to a good Prime Rib roast. It’s the best. They’re costly, but if you keep your eyes on the weekly grocery sales, you can find them on sale mostly during holidays.

    The only cut I can think of that is like that is the rib eye steak, and that, indeed, is a steak.
    Good luck.
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  3. AnubisREX says:

    You can always go with choice rib instead of prime rib. If you’re cooking low and slow, then choice will be okay. Choice quality meat is what is commonly served at the steak chains. So, you can give that a shot.

    If you’re just looking to make roast beef you can always use top or bottom round.
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