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post #21 of 33

Obviously, you've done a poor job of raising them youngsters..........  There'd have been clean plates and crying for seconds around this household.  Sure gonna have to give you  points1.pngfor the success.

post #22 of 33

Waaay Cool!

 

Looks like it was worth the wait.

 

Todd

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post #23 of 33

Dry aged ribeyes at the coffee table? Thats livin! Usually thats an all dressed up kinda meal, but I would prefer it that way too.

post #24 of 33

Looks Great...

 

How long was the kids recovery time? biggrin.gif

post #25 of 33

Great shots. Great tutorial. If I run into Andean pink salt blocks I'll send you one.

post #26 of 33
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The kids perked back up when they heard "chocolate cream puffs and madeleines with Framboise beer"!  plus they kept nibbling at the steaks.  I think I do need a designer salt block for my garage fridge!     Thanks, guys!  Cheers Stevo!!! I've missed you lately!!  It was Belgians, white ales, champagne, pinot noir, nebbiolo and lambic ale framboise, by the way. plus some food.

post #27 of 33

Thanks for the great review, I need to look into these baggy thingies.

post #28 of 33

Wow..the color of those cut steaks was beautiful....great job on the aging process....some very lucky kids indeed. Will have to look into that website...

post #29 of 33

All I can say is AWESOME!!!

post #30 of 33

Death by Rib Eye. That's how I'd like to go. Looks fantastic. Nice job.

post #31 of 33

I tried buying the bags and using my food saver trust me if have the money buy it from them or look online to get one just like it for about 30 to 40 bucks cheaper. It's that snorkel part that makes a big difference

post #32 of 33

Hi!

 

I was just researching the Dry Bag System and came across this -- it looks great! Can you tell me if you were/are able to reuse the bags that come with the system?

 

Thanks so much!

post #33 of 33
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Hi!

 

I was just researching the Dry Bag System and came across this -- it looks great! Can you tell me if you were/are able to reuse the bags that come with the system?

 

Thanks so much!



no, they're a one-use thing. They basically adhere to the meat surface and you actually cut and peel it off the meat when you're done aging.   I've loved the steaks I've gotten using the drybag. Their website and forum are place to go for the best info about it, and the customer service is great.

 

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