How to Carve a Beef Roast
You’ve prepared a beautiful beef roast, cooked it perfectly, and allowed it to rest so all of those flavorful juices remain inside the meat. Your taste buds are practically giggling with delight. There’s only one thing left to do: carve the roast.
Beef lovers know an ideal bite means the meat has been thinly sliced against the grain. For newcomers, it can be difficult to determine just where to begin. Never fear, help is here:
You may be asking, “But what about thicker slices like prime rib?” The same rules apply. See here:
Need more help? Download the Roast Perfect app for simply sensational roasting!