Originally Posted by Marauderrt10
It might be the pictures making it look small.
It was a 9.5lb rib roast and the secret to keeping you from losing too much is in the salt :). It did shrink quite a bit. If you look at the start of my other thread you can see the start.
No the opposite. I think it looks huge for being aged for 28 days. So what im saying is either that was one of the largest rib roasts in terms of girth that i ever heard of, or you managed to age that for a heck of a long time with barely any shrinkage and rind. When i age a rib roast it would look like yours in under 14 days.