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Prime Rib Roasts at Target $7.99/lb plus $10 off total price on each roast (YMMV)

dwkeller 35 44 December 29, 2015 at 02:55 PM in Grocery (5) More Target Deals
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Last Edited by dwkeller December 29, 2015 at 03:41 PM
This is my first deal posting so hopefully this finds a receptive audience.

My Target (Lakeville, MN) is currently selling Sutton & Dodge Prime Rib Roasts for $7.99/lb. This in itself is a pretty good deal but it's made even better because they've also attached two $5.00 coupons to each of the roasts. This reduces the total price of the roast by $10.

Obviously the smaller the roast the better the price per pound. I managed to pick up three roasts today that averaged a shade under 5 pounds each which resulted in an effective price of a bit under $5.99/lb after subtracting the $10 in coupons. Top it off by paying with a Target card and you can knock another 5% off the price of the roast ($5.69/lb). I haven't seen prices like that in a long time.

My store had approximately 20 roasts priced like this and I suspect they have more in the back to restock if that supply diminishes but there are no guarantees and I suspect your YMMV based on your store's stock.

Good luck and great eating!
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the target "cartwheel" app has a current deal for 25% off sutton & Dodge tenderloin roast and 20% off rib roast at SuperTarget stores.
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can you post a DPCI from your receipt?
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There's a 20% off cartwheel for Sutton & Dodge Bone-In Rib Roast. Would it apply here, or is this for boneless? (Excellent price if boneless!)
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There's a 20% off cartwheel for Sutton & Dodge Bone-In Rib Roast. Would it apply here, or is this for boneless? (Excellent price if boneless!)
Not boneless, this is bone-in. Don't know about the cartwheel app on this. Wish I had known.
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can you post a DPCI from your receipt?
Receipt posted.
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Are these roasts actually USDA Prime or choice?
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Are these roasts actually USDA Prime or choice?
probably not even choice
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probably not even choice
USDA Choice. Prime is way too much to expect at this price.
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probably not even choice
yep and around here choice cut ribeye roasts were going for as low as $5.69 a pound at grocery stores (before 6% amex or other 5% grocery store cash back offers)
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USDA Choice. Prime is way too much to expect at this price.

Yea, reason I ask is that choice roasts regularly go on sale during bbq/national holidays for around $5.88 a pound which is when I stock up at ralphs/kroger/vons/pavillion/etc...

With the only stock around me 20 mi away, guess I'll be passing.
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Guys, if this is purchased what is the best way to cook?
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Guys, if this is purchased what is the best way to cook?
. Ideally do not freeze the roast. Refrigerate it. Make sure the roast sits out about 2 hrs before cooking to get closer to room temperature. Make sure bone side is down. Turn oven up to 450. Cook for 20 minutes to sear roast. Turn oven down to 260F and slow roast until about 130 degrees internal temp. Let sit for 1 hour before slicing. Some people like to slice the fat into a flap. Pull back and add spices as you like. I am a garlic and salt and pepper guy. If you have a convection oven, use convection roast when cooking. There are a lot of ways to do this but slow roasting is the best. Use a meat thermometer.
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Guys, if this is purchased what is the best way to cook?
I discovered this method about 5 years ago and I haven't been disappointed as it always turns out a flawless medium rare.

1. Allow the roast to sit out for a few hours so it can warm to room temperature.
2. Next determine the weight of the roast and multiply this by 5.
3. Preheat the oven to 500F and cook the roast for the number of minutes that you calculated in step 2 above.
4. Turn off the oven but do not remove the roast. Allow it to remain in the oven for 2 hours to complete cooking. Under no circumstances should you open the oven until the 2 hours is complete.
5. Remove the roast and proceed to serve. It won't need to sit before carving as it has completed that process in the oven already.

I realize you might be skeptical, I know I was, but this is the best foolproof method I've found so far for a perfect rib roast every time.

As for seasoning I like salt, pepper, and onion powder.
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