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dry aged

  1. WisconsinCampChef

    Dry aged prime ribeye reverse sear with pics

    Thought I would share a few shots of dinner tonight. Over the weekend we had some friends over to do a steak test. We pitted snake river farms bone in cowboy against the local butcher shop’s prime boneless ribeye and their bone in dry aged ribeye. The snake river farms was the largest by far...
  2. greglovesbeer

    Ordering a side of beef. Cut list for dry aging and smoking?

    Hi All, I’m investigating ordering my first side of beef this fall. The standard cut lists seem to focus on ready-to-serve steaks and roasts. I’d like to use most of the meat to dry age before processing further and/or having large roasts ready for the smoker. I’m really not interested in...
  3. webs05

    first dry aged brisket

    First off thanks to this site and the many posts out here. Reading through these forums is what produced this end result of amazing beef. And I appreciate what this community does for the world of smoking. I think this brisket started around 14lbs. I followed Guga's (of Sous Vide Everything...
  4. SmokinAl

    DRY AGED RIBEYE, SOUS VIDE, SEARZALL

    This is sort of a continuation of my 45 day dry aged ribeye thread. I wanted to try Sous vide & torching it for a sear, rather than grilling it over charcoal. So I took one steak, bagged it up with S&P, crushed garlic, & a couple pats of butter. Set the SV at 125 & let it go for 2 hours, then...
  5. SmokinAl

    WHOLE RIBEYE-UMAI DRY AGED 45 DAYS

    The first dry aged ribeye I did was just on a rack in the fridge, it was a bone in prime rib & I dry aged it for 40 days. This time I bought a whole boneless ribeye at Sam's & tried the UMAi dry bag method. I went 45 days on this one. Here is what I started with. This is how it looked after...
  6. SmokinAl

    First time dry aged Ribeye with Mr. T's help

    After talking to Mr. T about dry ageing a ribeye. He convinced me I could do it in my fridge. I always thought you needed a temp & humidity controlled place to dry age. He said I could do it in my fridge set at 35-36 degrees, as long as the fridge had a built in fan to circulate the air. I have...
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