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post #21 of 26


Thanks Al, I think that is the key... "If I can afford it!"

I will consider getting a new "Used" fridge...

post #22 of 26

Strange question, but my Costco offers a decent deal on Choice Boneless rib roasts... I noticed that on this thread, people were using the Bone in version of rib roasts.

I know when you cook meat with the bone, the flavor is typically better, but is the same true with dry aged beef?

Costco does have bone in rib roasts around Christmas, but I am wondering if I had to have the bone to get the great aged flavor?

Thank you for the help.

TXDVR

post #23 of 26
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Strange question, but my Costco offers a decent deal on Choice Boneless rib roasts... I noticed that on this thread, people were using the Bone in version of rib roasts.

I know when you cook meat with the bone, the flavor is typically better, but is the same true with dry aged beef?

Costco does have bone in rib roasts around Christmas, but I am wondering if I had to have the bone to get the great aged flavor?

Thank you for the help.

TXDVR

 

Not a strange question at all.

 

I know that for this thread I used a bone in roast, with the bone removed and tied back on, but I've dry aged a number of boneless roasts, and there's no discernible difference in the final result. I simply "follow the money", and when I find a good deal, be it bone in or boneless, I stock up the freezer. I currently have a boneless prime grade NY strip roast, around 8 lbs, that I bought around the first of the year now about 3 weeks into the process.

 

If Costco has a good deal, go for it.

post #24 of 26

Just use a regular fridge & spend the money on the meat.

 

If you can afford it, start with a full 7 bone prime rib roast, with the bones still attached.

 

Al

post #25 of 26

TXDVR,

 

It just struck me that Mr. T did another thread over 3 years ago on a dry aged boneless rib roast. See the link below.

 

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/133806/ugly-duckling-dry-aged-salt-crusted-prime-rib-roast-q-view

post #26 of 26
Choice rib roasts are on sale near me right now for 7.99 a lb and I really want to try and dry age one for Christmas but I don't have a dedicated fridge for this sort of thing just one in the kitchen so I'm sort of leary!
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