This holiday classic comes from the beef's rib section. We cut these roasts from the 6th rib to the 12th rib. Cut down further, these bad boys become your bone-in ribeye. The ribeye is connected to the beef back ribs to add flavor and help the roast stay moist. This is always a great cut to please a crowd.
Our favorite way to roast this cut is to preheat your oven to 500 degrees, and roast for 10 minutes to get a nice crisp outer layer. Then, drop your oven temperature to 225 degrees and cook until internal temp is 125 degrees. For a whole meal in one pan, make a bed of vegetables under your roast. Let it rest for a minimum of 10 minutes before serving.