Dry Aging Beef ** Split from Steak Cooking Thread **
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08-17-2006, 12:25 PM
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Check your local butchers, too. Some of them may have dry aged beef. Also, if you have a
store in your area, they carry dry aged beef. They aren't cheap, but they have some nice steaks.
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