Definition of Standing rib roast
1. Noun. A cut of meat (beef or venison) including more than one rib and the meat located along the outside of the ribs.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Standing Rib Roast
Literary usage of Standing rib roast
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Up-to-date Waitress by Janet McKenzie Hill (1906)
"118 Middle Portion of Fish outlined for Carving . . " 11 g Rolled Rib Roast outlined for Carving .... " 112 standing rib roast outlined for Carving . ..."
2. The Up-to-date Waitress by Janet McKenzie Hill (1906)
"118 Middle Portion of Fish outlined for Carving . " nS Rolled Rib Roast outlined for Carving .... "122 standing rib roast outlined for Carving . ..."
3. Mrs. Norton's Cook-book: Selecting, Cooking, and Serving for the Home Table by Jeanette Young Norton (1917)
"The standing rib roast is carved by passing the knife slowly across the heavy end to free the meat from the ribs from right to left, then it is ready to ..."
4. The Expert Waitress: A Manual for the Pantry and Dining Room by Anne Frances Springsteed Cole, C. S. D. (1912)
"A standing rib roast of beef with the backbone toward the left. A fillet with the heavier end toward the left; a beefsteak with the tenderloin toward the ..."
5. The Complete Housekeeper by Emily Holt (1903)
"In warming up a leg of lamb or standing rib roast of beef, heap up the cavity left after carving with mashed potato. Brush over with melted drippings and ..."
6. Colonial Receipt Book: Celebrated Old Receipts Used a Century Ago by Mrs (1907)
"Prepare a large standing rib roast as for roasting. Use a double roaster with the rack for the meat. When roast is within 24 of an hour of being done ..."