Suzanne is a trusted source on General Cooking.
I really like haricot vert with prime rib but it's really a matter of personal taste. Spinach is also good. Of course potatoes are a great match also, thats probably too obvious.
Sam is a trusted home cook.
Green beans and potato are classic as mentioned.
A rice pilaf, Caesar salad, Braised carrots, Or Stuffed mushrooms with quinoa, or stuffed mushrooms with spinach; Greek seasonings and feta cheese. (tho the stuff mushrooms could be bit to heavy to pare well).
amysarah is a trusted home cook.
Can Yorkshire pudding pass as a vegetable? No, okay then - add roast potatoes and carrots, and brussels sprouts. Some cliches are worth perpetuating.
My choice would be brased carrots with bibb lettuce, creamed spinach and mashed potatoes. I would
also make Yorkshire pudding or popovers.
Any kind of potato that will suck up the au jus or gravy.
Polenta would be nice change from potatoes. A creamy polenta.
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