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Side dishes for prime rib


Posted 7:01 pm, 12/23/2014

Of course, you could go traditional and serve Yorkshire pudding.


Posted 6:54 pm, 12/23/2014


Posted 12:48 pm, 12/23/2014

Smashed new potatoes with goat cheese and roasted garlic would go well, too!

This has been the only correct suggestion. And then also include the green. Asparagus is an OK option. But personally, I think is a better match with a fillet. Mixed vegetables like carrots and green beans (not those over cooked, mush crap that people around here call green beans) I think would be better than asparagus. Prime rib is a strong entree and doesnt need a lot of help. Dont over do it with complex sides.


Posted 5:56 pm, 12/23/2014

Garlic bread, nothing else matters.

Clean it up

Posted 5:39 pm, 12/23/2014

They have the Bison burgers I've been wanting to try.

Clean it up

Posted 5:37 pm, 12/23/2014

I like Earth Fare. Wish we had something like that here in Wilkes.


Posted 5:36 pm, 12/23/2014

I need to stop reading this thread!!! :((

Espiegle, that sounds absolutely delicious!!

Mmmm, my stomach is hungry now and my senses are now so excited, can't wait to try some of these side dishes :)



Posted 5:33 pm, 12/23/2014

Always potatoes with prime rib. Those who don't dig potatoes, how about sweet potatoes? Or pasta/steamed broccoli with a light alfredo/ginger sauce? Fried apples. Parkerhouse rolls.


Posted 5:28 pm, 12/23/2014

I need to go to Boone!!! *thumbs up*

Thanks Truth :) Hugsss


Posted 5:19 pm, 12/23/2014

It's a grocery store in Boone, they have some prepared foods, a salad bar and hot food bar.


Posted 5:16 pm, 12/23/2014

I might have that wrong Truth, maybe I should say "what" is Earth Fare? I have never heard of them. :(


Posted 5:15 pm, 12/23/2014

Truthseeker, where is Earth Fare? I love brussel sprouts!


Posted 5:10 pm, 12/23/2014

I wish I could afford a prime rib roast

Clean it up

Posted 3:50 pm, 12/23/2014

I'm serving mine with a jus and sour cream with horseradish sauce, roasted chipollinis and sauteed button mushrooms, rainbow carrots, asparagus with hollandaise, and either a Gruyere duchess potato or Parmesan potato pave.


Posted 2:26 pm, 12/23/2014

Homemade creamed corn

PB @nd Jelly

Posted 1:07 pm, 12/23/2014

Thank you ,I'm hoping it all turns out good,I never thought of putting parmeson on asparagus,dony know why because I sure do love it! and the brussell sprouts with bacon....cant go wrong there !

Iona Trailer

Posted 1:03 pm, 12/23/2014

I would make asparagus and brussel sprouts. You can't go wrong with variety. Good luck with your dinner and thanks for checking out my recipe. It's easy and you would enjoy it.

PB @nd Jelly

Posted 1:00 pm, 12/23/2014

That DOES look good Iona,maybe I will have 2 green vegetables

Iona Trailer

Posted 12:56 pm, 12/23/2014

I would look at the recipes on here in the "other" section there's a great one for asparagus by yours truly.....

PB @nd Jelly

Posted 12:53 pm, 12/23/2014

Thanks for all the great ideas !


Posted 12:50 pm, 12/23/2014

PB&J try you some mashed sweet potatoes with butter and take a onion and core it, wrap it in aluminum foil with butter and a little garlic,salt and pepper and any type of bread you like.... prime rib, sweet potatoes, onion ,bread: oh my!!

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