National Prime Rib Day
National Prime Rib Day is celebrated on April 27 of every year. Prime rib is also known as standing rib roast, is a cut of beef from the primal rib. Prime rib is usually roasted and served as the main course of a meal. Grades of meat in the United States are Choice, Select, Cutter, and Canner. The traditional preparation of standing rib roast is to rub the outside of the roast with salt and seasonings and then slowly roasting them with the dry heat. It also may be grilled. It is often referred as King of Meats as the prime rib is a choice cut from one of the eight prime cuts of beef. Prime Rib Day is a feast day to honour the cut of the finest beef ever known to man.
“I believe books should be like a prime rib steak ~ good and thick.” – E.A. Bucchianeri
History of National Prime Rib Day
The creator and the reason for the creation of National Prime Rib Day remain anonymous. However, this delicacy is loved by many people of United States. It must be created by some prime rib lover to express his fondness for the food. It is celebrated with great enthusiasm, with family and friends gathering in the feast to enjoy the occasion.
Other Celebrations on April 27
April 27 is also celebrated as
- National Day of Silence
- World Tapir Day
- Morse Code Day
- National Tell a Story Day
- National Hairball Awareness Day
How to celebrate National Prime Rib Day
National Prime Day is celebrated by having a prime rib cooked in your favourite style. You can enjoy them either at a restaurant or by making them at home. One can try making them in the traditional way of seasoning and roasting and share it with their friends and family. You can also get help from how to cook prime rib guides from books and internet. Prime rib can be made for any occasion because it is one of those classic dishes for an excellent feast. Few restaurants celebrate the day by providing special menus in celebration. It is popular on the barbecue; this delicacy is outstanding when served with fully loaded baked potatoes or fries, mushrooms, creamed spinach, onion gravy, and the Yorkshire puddings. Post pictures and share your thoughts on Social media about National Prime Rib Day by using the hashtag #PrimeRibDay.