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  1. 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...