Alex R. Hernandez Jr. - December 2018

TAKE A BREAK

HOLIDAY ROAST

MAKE DINNER Whether due to their injuries or because of the added stress, cooking can be a burden for many accident survivors. Takeout and pizza get old quickly and are not the most nutritious meals in the world — so why not take the time to make a nice, home-cooked meal for your friend and their family? It can be a great morale booster and a chance to bring a little more normality into their life. And of course, you can always introduce your friend to a personal injury attorney you trust. If you have a friend or loved one who’s been in a car accident, we’d be honored to represent their rights in court.

PRIME RIB

Inspired by Food Network

Looking for an easy holiday roast that still feels elegant enough for the occasion? Look no further than this delicious prime rib flavored with garlic, thyme, and red wine.

INGREDIENTS

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1 bone-in prime rib (6–7 pounds)

1 tablespoon fresh thyme, chopped

8 cloves garlic, thinly sliced

2 cups red wine 4 cups beef stock

Salt and freshly ground pepper, to taste

able to come to a stop without slamming on the breaks. This means even short commutes can take longer, so always plan on leaving earlier than you otherwise would. TAKE EXTRA PRECAUTIONS FOR LONG TRIPS If you’re hitting the highways over the holiday season, a little extra preparation can go a long way. Make sure your fuel, oil, and antifreeze levels are all up to snuff, as well as the performance of your heater, wipers, and breaks. Performance issues that may have been a minor inconvenience in warm weather can quickly become perilous situations in the winter. Also be sure to check the weather along your entire route so you’re prepared for changing conditions. Most importantly, do not use cruise control when roads may be slick. The faster your reaction time, the better your odds of avoiding an accident.

DIRECTIONS

1. 30 minutes before cooking, remove roast from fridge and let sit until it reaches room temperature. 2. Heat oven to 350 F. 3. Make small slits in prime rib and stuff with slices of garlic. Liberally season with salt and pepper. 4. Place a rack inside a roasting pan and roast prime rib for 2 hours, until medium-rare. 5. To make au jus, place roasting pan with drippings from roast over 2 burners on high. Add wine and scrape pan as liquid reduces. Add beef stock and cook until reduced by half. Finally, sprinkle in thyme. 6. Slice roast and serve topped with au jus.

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