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Old 12-15-2008, 12:16 PM   #1
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Well I've been waiting 12 months now for prime rib to come back on sale and Winco has it at $2.98 lb. Hillsboro by joes had a pretty good selection today.

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Old 12-15-2008, 12:20 PM   #2
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Well I've been waiting 12 months now for prime rib to come back on sale and Winco has it at $2.98 lb. Hillsboro by joes had a pretty good selection today.
We purchased a few of Winco's PR last year and found them to be on the tough side. Plus, not sure way but the fat cooked up a color of yellow? Unless a good report is posted I think I will pass but thanks for the heads up.
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I think they are ribroast of a lower priced cut. Prime is the very best and not many stores even sell it. Choice is the next lower grade and stores will sell at a higher cost.
Maybe a meatcutter can inform us.
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Old 12-15-2008, 12:44 PM   #4
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I will never buy meat from Winco again after 2 bad meat issues. (hillsboro store) It is crap meat even if its not rotten!

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See this for grading;

http://ag.ansc.purdue.edu/meat_quali...t_grading.html

You will get what you pay for when purchasing meat. Most high volume stores deal in the select grade or lower which has less marbling which means less flavor and tenderness. If you are looking for a quality piece of beef go to a reputable butcher shop. The service, knowledge and quality of the product should be far superior than what you will find at Winco.
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Old 12-15-2008, 12:55 PM   #7
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I bought one of these last year and it was great. I used half as a roast and the other half I cut into rib steaks. I am going to go get another one or two.
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Old 12-15-2008, 12:56 PM   #8
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Technically a prime rib is a standing rib roast graded "prime". Winco and the other stores that advertise the inexpensive roasts are selling either "select" or "choice" grades, and as such are not really "prime" rib, although many people use the name anyway. Since it seems one of the main criteria for a cut to be graded prime is a heavier marbling, I actually prefer the lower grades because they have less fat. The ones we got last year turned out pretty good when we cooked them in a salt crust.
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I had good results with winco. They are not prime rib roast, but usually choice. About once a year is enough for me as I love my beef and the rib roast carries a lot of fat. Keep your expectations reasonable, burger costs 4.49 at Freddies. Leftover rib roast turns into shepherd's pie at our house. And the dog gets the bone.
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See this for grading;

http://ag.ansc.purdue.edu/meat_quali...t_grading.html

You will get what you pay for when purchasing meat. Most high volume stores deal in the select grade or lower which has less marbling which means less flavor and tenderness. If you are looking for a quality piece of beef go to a reputable butcher shop. The service, knowledge and quality of the product should be far superior than what you will find at Winco.

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Most likely it's Select, what we call "no-roll" (that means it's inspected, just not graded) or one of the oldest tricks in the book, you freeze you ribs in the summer when the price is low and bring them out at Christmas, when the price peaks....



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Old 12-15-2008, 01:53 PM   #11
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I got this sale yesterday when I went out to winco I have a buddy who works there hehe. He also told me it wouldnt move very quick so dont worrie.



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Old 12-15-2008, 02:25 PM   #12
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If this is the same deal, and the same quality meat as posted last year it was outstanding. We purchased a couple, prepared one right away and froze the others. I then did an Ifish search for rib roast recipes, combined the best of all of them and cooked a fabulous rib roast. I love prime rib, and it was as good as it gets.
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I bought 2 or 3.....and they were great. No complaints, and forsure not at 3 bucks per pound.

How much is ground beef?

3 bucks is cheap.
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Old 12-15-2008, 06:19 PM   #14
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I got two of these last year and really liked them... I did one as a roast and the other I cut into steaks. I like them better as steaks...even if this cut is just "Choice" or "Select", it's hard to mess up. Take out of fridge...let them get to room temp and salt/pepper them right before I cook..... I like to either grill or pan sear and finish in oven.



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I read this post again and my bad blood cholestral shot up 75 points. If any one mentions sour cream I could die.
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Old 12-15-2008, 07:05 PM   #16
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We purchased a few of Winco's PR last year and found them to be on the tough side. Plus, not sure way but the fat cooked up a color of yellow? Unless a good report is posted I think I will pass but thanks for the heads up.
Last year, I bought a 13 and 7 pound prime rib roasts from Winco for that price. Not as good as I had hoped.(Even after I aged them for over a week) I will again purchase them, but will get a better piece of meat for the Xmas meal at some other location.
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Old 12-15-2008, 08:42 PM   #17
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The only place you will find true "Prime" graded beef anymore is in a AAA steak house. When the USDA started charging to grade beef (about 15 years ago), the entire grading system fell apart. The only way for the average consumer to get true "Prime" beef is to go to a quality steak house or grow it yourself.

Back in the days when retail meat was cut "in house" in the carcus form, we bought whole front quarters at Halloween and let them hang until the week of Christmas before we started breaking them down. If anyone remembers Joes Ideal Market at Murray and Cornell, that was some true quality beef, even if we did have an extra thumb on the scale now and then.
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ended up buying around 70lbs last year total, kept two roasts, cut the rest up into 1" thick steaks.

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Just fyi, Fred Meyers has Select Grade Rib Roasts for $3.98 and Choice (one below Prime) for $4.98 this week.
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Got a four boner at Safeway yesterday. Outstanding! $4.99
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Just my advice, but you'd better go buy stuff now. I just got back from Freddies and it was really slim pickens. No beef of any kind, no ground turkey and a few packages of chicken breasts and pork chops. They did have plenty of still half frozen ground sausage. The butchers and cashiers said that everyone is freaking out about the oncoming weather and stuff flew off the shelves.

They did have plenty of microbrews stocked, though.
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Old 12-17-2008, 02:51 PM   #22
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picked one up today, just a 5 pounder. heatin up the traeger right now.
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Old 12-17-2008, 02:56 PM   #23
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If I'm not mistaken, COSTCO has lowered their meat prices and their "rib roast" which I think is graded "choice" is at $4.99.................from trying safeway, freddies, and winco several times each, I'm sticking with COSTCO.

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If I'm not mistaken, COSTCO has lowered their meat prices and their "rib roast" which I think is graded "choice" is at $4.99.................from trying safeway, freddies, and winco several times each, I'm sticking with COSTCO.

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Thumb your noses all you like about the Winco rib roasts, but we have had very good luck with them.

http://www.ifish.net/board/showthrea...60#post2310660

melt in your mouth delicious and so tender that chewing is required only to savor the flavor!

There are 3 things that you need to be careful to do:
Let it come to room temperature
Start it on very high heat (bone side down)
Then: Cook it slow and low

I would pit our last roast against any restaurant's prime rib - AND it was lean - you get much more actual meat.
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I got two of these last year and really liked them... I did one as a roast and the other I cut into steaks. I like them better as steaks...even if this cut is just "Choice" or "Select", it's hard to mess up. Take out of fridge...let them get to room temp and salt/pepper them right before I cook..... I like to either grill or pan sear and finish in oven.



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Thumb your noses all you like about the Winco rib roasts, but we have had very good luck with them.

http://www.ifish.net/board/showthrea...60#post2310660

melt in your mouth delicious and so tender that chewing is required only to savor the flavor!

There are 3 things that you need to be careful to do:
Let it come to room temperature
Start it on very high heat (bone side down)
Then: Cook it slow and low

I would pit our last roast against any restaurant's prime rib - AND it was lean - you get much more actual meat.
I've done 'em this way...and the opposite, both with fabulous results. For the latter, I put it in at 225 degrees until the internal temp gets to 115...then it's up as high as it goes for 15 minutes. Usually ends up at about 125-130 after a 20 minute rest. The nice thing about the low and slow (whichever order you crank the heat up) is that the entire cross section of meat is the same temp except for the outside rind which ends up with a delicious brown crust.

I bought several of the cheap winco roasts, and I've never been let down. I've also purchased one of Gartner's 30 day dry aged PRIME rib roasts...best rib roast I have EVER eaten...and I have eaten a pile. But you pay for it...
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Cut one into steaks and will roast one Christmas. Turkey is $.68 a pound with $50 purchase.
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Well for me that's 2.98 to much.....never have liked prime rib at all.

I can't stand the fat in beef. Rarely eat beef anymore unless it's a burger and that isn't very often.

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How much catchup did you have to put on that thing?
I don't get it??? Is that a real question or did you just want me to ask you why you can't spell Catsup or Ketchup???? I don't use ketchup on anything except a burger....I use demi glaze for real meat.

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since we seem to be particular about spelling... Its Demi Glace not glaze
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Good dog, I really meant to say Espagnole

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just funning yah.. hard to beat a good brown sauce! I make my own Demi every year and can it.. I like Chasseur myself, mmm mushrooms
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just had ours for dinner. Not bad for $2.99 but a bit gristly for my taste (of course I used to work in a steakhouse with cornfed angus beef so my standards are a bit high.)

ya never know though, we picked one that didn't look too fatty, but sometimes you just get lucky with the cow you choose.
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The Winco roasts I got last year made much better meal than the last couple of prime rib dinners I've had from big name steak houses. Way too fatty, and I normally like a well marbled steak. I have a lot of respect for Costco's meats and the extra few bucks is probably money well spent.
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I just took one out of the freezer that I bought last year at Winco that I vaccum sealed, about 5lbs. De-boned it, cut into steaks and will be cooking them tonight for dinner. The meat looked great, nice deep red color with some nice marbling. Roll the edges in Costco steak seasoning, flash fry on high heat in some olive oil, finish off in the oven at 350 deg. .

Acompany the steaks with some steamed red potatoes and some fresh steamed asparagus with a nice big glass of cabarnet or maybe a good dark beer .

Not a bad dinner for $2.99 a pound.........

Can't wait to get dinner started tonight....................
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Just a little info not to hijack a post. I am not talking bad about any store meat, no comparing to anyone just sharing some info. WA-OR Black Angus growers supply 100% of it's meat to Safeway it is under the brand of Ranchers Reserve. I happen to fish with the vice president of WA OR Angus growers. It is expensive but it is good. What Safeway does not purchase goes to the highest bidder and one Major Pacific Northwest Resturant outbids everyone for their meat. I have not eaten prime rib from any store but the one mentioned above so cannot compare all I can attest to is the great taste of Ranchers Reserve. Happy Holidays to all.
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40 lbs. of newly aquired WINCO "Standing Rib Roast" (aka Prime rib) in the fridge, one roast TRAEGERED last night. OMG delicious!

I use a temperature PROBE (with a remote monitor) that is inserted into the center of the roast before cooking, and not removed until after it has RESTED, before the carving ceremony.

If you cook the WINCO "standing rib roasts" properly, they will be TENDER, MOIST, JUICY, and FLAVORFUL.

Rub roast with Olive oil, then rub-in Traeger Beef Shake. Or add optional fresh cracked black pepper, granulated garlic, and Kosher salt, or whatever you like....and rub in as well.

. Wrap tight with saran wrap and refrigerate overnight before cooking. Let stand on counter for at least two hours, to remove chill, before cooking.

I cook to an internal temp of 120 @ low heat for an even internal temp that results in an even reddish/pink color. Let rest covered with foil for at least 15 minutes before carving.

Your results may vary...
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I just took one out of the freezer that I bought last year at Winco that I vaccum sealed, about 5lbs. De-boned it, cut into steaks and will be cooking them tonight for dinner. The meat looked great, nice deep red color with some nice marbling. Roll the edges in Costco steak seasoning, flash fry on high heat in some olive oil, finish off in the oven at 350 deg. .

Acompany the steaks with some steamed red potatoes and some fresh steamed asparagus with a nice big glass of cabarnet or maybe a good dark beer .

Not a bad dinner for $2.99 a pound.........

Can't wait to get dinner started tonight....................

What time is dinner Artwo, man that sounds great!

Bought two of these last year, one was cut into rib steaks and the other was cooked for Christmas dinner. I always cook a prime rib for Christmas and have been using the salt encrusted recipe for years and I'll say there is never any left overs, especially when CO comes over

Bought two more this year, picked through them and found some nice looking pieces. Picked a fourteen pounder and cut it into steaks, got twenty steaks which I wrapped in saran wrap then vacuum packed two to a package for this summer. Last year we did not have to buy one steak and won't have to worry about that this summer
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