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  • The Dry-Aged Beef Experience
    on Jun 29, 2009 in dry aged beef
    Dry Aged BeefCheckoff-funded research shows dry-aging technique to enhanceflavor and tenderness.CENTENNIAL, Colo. (Feb. 7, 2008) – Do any of these words come to mind when you think of beef? Buttery. Rich. Mellow. Superb. Earthy. If traditional beef...
  • What is the difference between wet aged beef and dry aged beef?
    on Jun 29, 2009 in dry aged beef
    Wet aging or aging-in-the-bag has become the industry norm, 90% of aged beef is done this way. The beef is vacuum packed in plastic and sits at temperatures of 34-38 degrees for 7-28 days. Inside the plastic, the meat ages and becomes more tender yet...
  • Slight flavor advantage of dry-aged beef not worth price
    on Jun 29, 2009 in dry aged beef
    Dry Aged BeefAging.It's not so thrilling for humans. But for beef, aging is an asset, a way to improve flavor and texture -- and, in some cases, push up the cost to luxury status.Mostly, aging belongs in the realm of meat processors and restaurateurs...
  • Dry Aging Beef - (dry aged beef)
    on Jun 29, 2009 in dry aged beef
    Dry Aged BeefDry aging occurs while the beef is hanging in a refrigerated cooler, at a specific temperature and humidity, for 10 to 28 days after harvest and prior to cutting. When beef is dry aged two things happen. First, moisture evaporates from t...
  • Definition of Dry Aged Beef
    on Jun 29, 2009 in dry aged beef
    Dry Aged BeefForty years ago, most of our beef was dry aged. In the early 1960's the process of vacuum packing beef became the norm for most processors.The advantage of this process was that they could "wet age" the beef in the bag and not lose any o...
  • Make Dry Aged Beef at Home
    on Jun 29, 2009 in dry aged beef
    Dry Aged BeefDid you know you can make dry aged beef at home? And why would you want to anyway?Well, if you've ever gone to a serious steakhouse and tasted their steaks you know the depth of flavor is remarkable. It is because they use dry aged beef.
  • Finding Dry Aged Beef in Manhattan
    on Jun 29, 2009 in dry aged beef
    Dry Aged BeefONLY a handful of butchers in New York still dry-age beef in their shops, but several more sell beef that has been dry-aged by wholesalers.Companies in the meat district, like DeBragga & Spitler and Weichsel, dry-age beef for retail and...
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