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Dry Aging Ribeye #5134784 05/30/14 03:20 AM
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Started aging an 18.8lb bone-in whole ribeye today. grin



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OMG!!! That looks great! Where did you get it? I bet that set you back a pretty penny!


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Re: Dry Aging Ribeye [Re: wacorusty] #5135088 05/30/14 01:16 PM
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Waco Custom Meat & Seafood. $159. I'm using the UMAI bags for a 24 day age in my beer fridge.


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You sir, are doing things right!!!! Now those will be ribeyes!!!!!


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Re: Dry Aging Ribeye [Re: wacorusty] #5135133 05/30/14 01:37 PM
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YOUR MAKING ME HUNGRY!

No way I would make it, it would sit for a day and Id be cutting steaks


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Re: Dry Aging Ribeye [Re: wacorusty] #5135182 05/30/14 02:07 PM
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Please post your pics when you do the trimming, before and after. I've been buying mine at Rudolph's Meat Market on Elm in Dallas. Would love to try this and save some cash. Those should be out of this world !!


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Rudolph's is awesome.


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Re: Dry Aging Ribeye [Re: wacorusty] #5135752 05/30/14 07:51 PM
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Keep us posted. That looks awesome!


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Re: Dry Aging Ribeye [Re: TurkeyHunter] #5135772 05/30/14 08:02 PM
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I'll drive to Waco to help you eat that, WR. I'll even bring a Napa cabernet or a pinotage from South Africa.

No drive is too far for a great steak. We're driving to Wills Point tonight to eat at the Four Winds Steak House on LeRoy Jordan's ex-ranch. It'll be a first for us.


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Re: Dry Aging Ribeye [Re: dawaba] #5135956 05/30/14 09:58 PM
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I'll drive to Waco to help you eat that, WR. I'll even bring a Napa cabernet or a pinotage from South Africa.

No drive is too far for a great steak. We're driving to Wills Point tonight to eat at the Four Winds Steak House on LeRoy Jordan's ex-ranch. It'll be a first for us.

I heard good things about Four Winds. We went to Mitchells in Clifton last Saturday. They had the house band from Eddie V's playing. It was okay, we'd been a couple times, but this last time wasn't great.


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Re: Dry Aging Ribeye [Re: wacorusty] #5136054 05/30/14 11:08 PM
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Any guess on how much wasted meat you'll have? If you are under 10% then this has to be a money saving deal !!


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Re: Dry Aging Ribeye [Re: wacorusty] #5136445 05/31/14 03:21 AM
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My research claims 10-15%. Some of it will be moisture and some will be the dried surface. I will try and get some weights when it is done. I'm planning on doing a smoked prime with half of it and cowboy cuts with the rest. I just checked on it and there are more air pockets than I want, but the bag mfg says its okay to have a few as long as the plastic is touching the majority of the meat.


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Great info, thanks.


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Is it done yet? grin



I've always wanted to try this but never make the time to. I guess next time I go to the store I'll see what they have.


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I hope this turns out well for ya,BUT I am really skeptical..Dry aging is such a ART and done at extremely controlled temps and humidity..Most dry aging places will only open the vault once a day......

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I'd love to see the progress of this!

Oh yeah, and Rudolph's is great. Expensive as heck and great.

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Originally Posted By: easton1025
I hope this turns out well for ya,BUT I am really skeptical..Dry aging is such a ART and done at extremely controlled temps and humidity..Most dry aging places will only open the vault once a day......


Same here, I really hope it turns out well. Having said that, everything I have read from the people that do this for a living say it can't be done for a lot of reasons. Poor circulation in fridge, bacteria, humidity, a lot of things working against it. But who knows, it very well may turn out great


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I hope it turns out too! I'm very familiar with steakhouse aging, yes it requires controlled temp, humidity, and air flow. That's why I'm fully invested in the designer bag from UMAI.


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3 days in and there is some darkening


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Your beer selection is all over the map.


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Originally Posted By: bigbob_ftw
Your beer selection is all over the map.

Multiple drinking disorder. hammer


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My wife just bought me a new book. "The joy of smoking and salt curing". Time to experiment.


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Explain the bag deal please. The dry aging I've seen was all open.


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Let's air out, blocks oxygen from getting in. Youtube has a few vids on it. Search umai dry aging.

http://www.drybagsteak.com


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How much longer?


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