During my youth, my mother dutifully prepared every Christmas dinner, which included a basic roast as the main entree. She also skillfully made Prime Rib’s super companion, Yorkshire Pudding. This heavy, but extremely tasty creation, is made with flour, roast beef gravy, beef stock, and select flavoring. That was our traditional holiday dinner in a primarily Irish household. One thing is for sure: “Yorkshire” is not south of Dublin! Was Prime Rib really invented in England? Comment and debate us below!