9 Things You Should Roast This Christmas Slideshow
December 18, 2012
OK, there’s no skirting around the issue — this turkey is ridiculously good. Not only does its salty pork-crust taste delicious, but the fat from the bacon makes the turkey extra moist and tender. It’s a great way to spruce up a traditional roast like turkey.
Classic Prime Rib
Prime rib is another popular roast served during the holidays. Studded with garlic cloves, this bone-in primal cut from Balducci’s is extra vibrant and flavorful.
Cherry, Almond, and Wild Rice Stuffed Pork Loin
While pork has always been a traditional roast, this recipe puts a spin on it with a wintery stuffing of sausage, wild rice, and cherries.
Maine Lobster-Stuffed Filet Mignon
Screaming decadence, this recipe was created by Charlie Palmer chef David Holman and sheds a whole new light on a delicious Christmas filet.
Perfect Roast Holiday Ham
We’re sick of ham getting a bad rap, which is why we developed this perfect holiday ham recipe using a sweet Dijon glaze and aromatic spices like whole cloves and cinnamon.
Red Wine Roast
This prime rib is marinated in a sweet red wine mixture that helps break down the muscles in the meat to make it extra tender. It’s also roasted inside of an oven bag with onions and rosemary so that it retains its bold and strong flavors and stays extra moist.
Texas Spice-Rubbed Roast Pork
This roast will heat things up on Christmas Day, using a traditional Texas-style rub with chile powder, Worcestershire sauce, honey, and a hint of lime to give it bold and vibrant flavors.