Rib roast cooking -- bone up or down. thanks so much!!
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My mother just added: "That's why they called it a 'standing rib roast.'"
By placing them bone down, the ribs retain their juices better. You will also want to baste the top with your braising liquid or marinade to keep it moist and tender!
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