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Old 05-30-2009, 10:41 AM   #1
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Dry Aged Steaks

On Thursday afternoon I pulled three steaks out of the fridge, sprinkled them with some Texas steak rub then they went back in the fridge uncovered. I left them that way until Friday night then I cooked them over charcoal until they were medium rare. We also had some asparagus (kinda small) and a nice green salad. I like to eat my salad last so thatís why you donít see it on my plate, plus the steak was taking up most of the room. All in all it was a good dinner.









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Old 05-30-2009, 11:01 AM   #2
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WOw that looks good! I love rib eye!
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Looks real good to me.
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Old 05-30-2009, 01:19 PM   #4
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Toby, did you feel the long marinade put too much flavor in the meat?
Also, uncovered in the fridge, do you feel it dried the steaks out any?
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The steaks look great......
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Old 05-30-2009, 02:44 PM   #6
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Looks mighty scrumptious. Great job!! Good photography too.

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Toby, did you feel the long marinade put too much flavor in the meat?
Also, uncovered in the fridge, do you feel it dried the steaks out any?
Damn... I coulda sworn the title said dry aged. :P i.e....to remove water and leave beefy juice goodness...

But I hear what you're saying Cappy. Toby... How did adding the rub that early work out? How much salt is in the TX rub?
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Maybe they were already prime. ?
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I could go for a plate of that right now!
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Toby, did you feel the long marinade put too much flavor in the meat?
Also, uncovered in the fridge, do you feel it dried the steaks out any?
Next time I wont add any seasoning until they are ready to go on the grill as it did soak up a lot of the rub. After being in the fridge for two day's they were definitely drier. They were in the garage fridge where I keep my beer so the door opening and closing allot helped.
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my fridge door stays open
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The light in the Cap'n's fridge never goes out.
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Well to test the old hypothesis of whether the light goes out when the door gets shut looks like to me a person gonna need to lounge around inside of there for a while. Now there is a januine Kraut feller who hangs out down at the local watering hole who been teaching me how they dry age meat in da Fadderland. He say take the meat..steak..chop..roast etc. and put it on a glass plate and stick it in the icebox for a week. He say each day to dump the blood which accumulates in the plate and give the steak a flip. Gave it a try works good. Think maybe I also rinsed off the plate occasionally. Some of us are real anal about stuff like that ya know? Now during the week you aint supposed to season it at all.

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