Prime Rib of Pork | Dixie Chik Cooks

Prime Rib of Pork

If you’ve never tasted Kurobuta pork, you’re definitely missing out. This is possibly the best pork I’ve ever had.





Today I want to celebrate a milestone that I think is HUGE – I’m about to have 10,000 followers on Facebook. Y’all are so awesome, and have helped me grow this from a hobby I did in my kitchen in my spare time to networking with other bloggers in places like Dallas and Orlando, competing in the World Food Championships in Kissimmee (where I placed in the top 10!), to working with amazing brands. My followers are my biggest asset, and I truly appreciate all of you.

Speaking of brands, Snake River Farms is helping me celebrate hitting the 10,000th mark on Facebook by giving away a Kurobuta Prime Rib of pork!! How awesome is that?? Snake River Farms Kurobuta Prime Rib of Pork is the Kurobuta equivalent to a prime rib of beef. It’s about 7 pounds and has about 10-12 ribs.

Trust me, you don’t want to miss the opportunity; the quality of their meat is phenomenal. If you haven’t seen my filet mignon posts, go here and here. They are TO DIE FOR.

I decided to go with a Jerk rub for my prime rib. Now, I did “french” it (removing the meat from the lower part of the bones for a pretty presentation), but I want you to know is that it’s not hard. I was intimidated the first time I did it, but I promise it’s easy!!

Frenched rack


You’re essentially removing the meat and tissue from the lower part of the bones to expose them. I use a paring knife and start at the bottom tip of the bone lifting the membrane up, and I use kitchen shears to cut all of the meat/tissue off. 


Prime Rib of Pork | Dixie Chik Cooks
This is soooo tender.

Prime Rib of Pork

So juicy.

Here’s your printable recipe, and don’t forget to scroll down to enter to win a 7 pound Kurobuta Prime Rib of Pork!

Kurobuta Prime Rib of Pork


  • 1 7-pound Kurobuta Prime Rib of Pork, frenched (optional)
  • 1/3 cup brown sugar
  • 1 1/2 tbsp sea salt
  • 1 tbsp garlic powder
  • 1 tsp sesame seeds
  • 1/2 tsp nutmeg
  • 1 tsp mint
  • 1 tsp allspice
  • 1 tbsp cumin
  • 1 tsp cayenne pepper
  • 1/2 tsp cinnamon
  • Olive oil


  • Preheat oven to 500 degrees.
  • Bring the prime rib to almost room temperature and rinse with water, pat to dry.
  • Combine all spices in a small container and add enough olive oil to make a paste.
  • Brush the rub over the top (bones side down).
  • Bake for 15 minutes, then turn the oven down to 325 and cook for an additional two hours.
  • Allow to rest for 15 minutes before carving.
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Enter to win – Good Luck!


  • Shea

    Shea Goldstein is a writer and the voice behind Dixie Chik Cooks. She's also a recipe developer and brand ambassador. She has been published in several media platforms such as Redbook, Parade, Food Blogger Magazine and more. She has been developing recipes and writing since 2009. Shea is a Southern Belle Who's Thinking About What's For Dinner While Eating Lunch

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