Frequently Asked Questions About Prime Rib

Boneless Prime Rib

We have partnered with Owens Meats, a family-owned butcher in Cle Elum, to bring you a fresh, boneless prime rib right to your doorstep.

Our delivery schedule for 2023:

Final day for pre-orders is December 10.

All deliveries will receive their prime rib the days leading up to Christmas:

  • Monday, December 18
  • Tuesday, December 19
  • Wednesday, December 20
  • Thursday, December 21
  • Friday, December 22

Frequently Asked Questions

How is it delivered to me? Will it fit in my porch box? 

The prime rib is vacuum-packed and then will be placed in a separate box to keep it secure. Your milkman or milkwoman will place it on top of or near your porch box. 

How is it packaged?

The prime rib comes vacuum-packed and pre-trussed, which holds it together nicely when cooking. 

Where is the meat sourced from? 

The prime rib is packaged by Owens Meats, a family-owned company in Cle Elum, Washington. It is choice beef that's been raised right here in the Pacific Northwest.

How many will it feed?

We recommend 12 to 16 ounces per person. Based on a 12-ounce serving per person, an 8-lb. Prime Rib feeds approximately ten people, while a 10-lb. Prime Rib can feed 13. 

Is it already seasoned?

No, the prime rib is not pre-seasoned. This allows you to customize the seasoning to your liking. We recommend using a generous amount of salt and pepper, as well as your favorite herbs and spices.

How long does it take to cook?

It will typically take a few hours. Use a meat thermometer to ensure proper cooking temperature. For rare, you should remove it from the oven when the internal temperature reaches about 120F, for medium-rare, the temperature should be 128-132F.

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