Am making prime rib tonite - need some suggestions

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    Side dishes that will compliment this well (but not the tired, same old potatoes please)
    Also, I dont care for straight horseradish with this - how about a good horseradish sauce recipe?

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    Asparagus!
     
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    Rice.
     
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    rice and sweet potatoes
     
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    You lost my recipes?
     
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    it was on my old name here (LanyceSuddeth) and I cant access it anymore.

    I remember it had the red pepper flakes in it....and mayo and dry mustard...I think?
     
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    asparagus sounds good.
    as does brown rice maybe. I just cant do the white rice thing anymore. That is the result of too many food science courses I guess lol.

    would the hollandaise sauce for the asparagus compete with the horseradish sauce though?

    I dont mean to be anal lol
    we have company tonite and I want things to be 'perfect'.

    I even made homeade cream puffs - and those are a BITCH to make!
     
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    Don't use sauce on the Asparagus. First, blanch the Asparagus by getting a pot of water boiling and dropping the asparagus in it for a minute. Then put the asparagus in ice water. Then, take the asparagus and saute it in a pan with butter and garlic!
     
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    How did it go DL?
     

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