~ Aging your own steaks at home

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2013/03/19 18:29:11 (permalink)

~ Aging your own steaks at home

Pretty comprehensive essay:
http://www.seriouseats.co...ging-beef-at-home.html
 
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    EdSails
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    Re:~ Aging your own steaks at home 2013/03/19 20:11:27 (permalink)
    Excellent article!
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    CCinNJ
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    Re:~ Aging your own steaks at home 2013/03/19 20:22:26 (permalink)
    Go Kenji!
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    myterry2
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    Re:~ Aging your own steaks at home 2013/03/19 22:28:13 (permalink)
    Good luck to all who try this...I get mine from a private source who sells me how many porterhouses I want.
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    Re:~ Aging your own steaks at home 2013/03/20 18:14:34 (permalink)
    Must be nice if someone just gives you 80 lbs of prime meat. Why do some bow down to this guy as if he is some sort of new age guru?
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    CCinNJ
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    Re:~ Aging your own steaks at home 2013/03/20 19:29:11 (permalink)
    He's a talented person and a nice guy.

    I don't think people bow down to him. He's respected...for sure.
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    Re:~ Aging your own steaks at home 2013/03/20 22:02:33 (permalink)
    I wet aged a whole NY strip, all I had to do was to leave it in the cryo-vac package for 2 weeks in a fridge by itself, when I opened it there was no foul smell and the steak was as tender as filet mignon, flavor wasn't too overpowering either, I want to try it with grass fed beef to see if there's a difference.
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    Re:~ Aging your own steaks at home 2013/03/22 14:20:14 (permalink)
    CCinNJ

    He's a talented person and a nice guy.

    I don't think people bow down to him. He's respected...for sure.

     
    Your opinion and I respect that. It is however not mine. As for the dry aging a few white towels and your refridgerator will do the trick.
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    Re:~ Aging your own steaks at home 2013/03/22 15:26:32 (permalink)
    That's fine.

    Kenji is a finalist for a James Beard Award for cooking/recipes/instruction.

    On May 3rd...Kenji will be a James Beard Award winner.
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