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  1. Bones

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    Dry aged ribeyes for dinner tonight

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    It does look good

    I wonder how they get it to keep it’s color, it’s not supposed to be au-natural is it
     
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    I eat a good filet or hamburger from time to time but for no real reason I stopped wanting to eat beef A couple years ago, I mostly stick with chicken and fish these days
     
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    How long were they aged?
     
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    Bones, those are some great looking Ribeyes. Are they prime beef? the marbling looks perfect. Hope you have some nice hot coals and smoke wood to cook them on.
     
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    And how dry was it aged!
     
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    these are just at 30 days, so the color is still pretty normal looking, though I think these are reading a little brighter red than they appear in reality. I have had 50 day before and they look quite a bit different.
     
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    Yes, these are USDA Prime $98 for the 2 steaks.
     
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    using a dry aging technique?
     
  10. boredguy6060

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    Have you tried butter aged?
    I had one about 4-5 years ago, it sure was flavorful and tender. But I have nothing to compare it to.
    I’m far to anxious to age a steak for 30 days myself, I’d eat on about day two having thought of nothing else for two days.
     
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    Got us a tail of a tenderloin tonight, gonna cook bite size in a fondue pot, but now I wish I had an aged ribeye.
     
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    Yes, and the meat I eat for dinner
    Must be hung up for a week
     
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    A special Valentine's day dinner for your sweetheart :)
     
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    Those ribeyes look fantastic! That's definitely some good prime marbling. Enjoy!!!
     
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    Those look great!

    Beats the Luby's takeout and Matlock marathon that I'm headed for tonight.
     
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    Those rib eyes look great. I'll probably just have a hamberder and a cup of covfefe.
     
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    Those steaks look great @Bones , but at $59 a piece, that buys me my season tags for elk, bear, deer plus a full season of trout fishing. Just sayin'
     
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    of those 3, we have deer and we only hunt them locally with our cars.
     
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    have not had butter aged, been watching some videos about DIY, so I may give it a try soon.
     
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