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Those are great looking steaks, RRP. I read in another of your posts that the crusty outer edge cooks up good. I will probably trim that off of mine, but I’ll leave one with the “rind” to test the flavor for myself.
I’ve only ever had dry-aged steaks in restaurants, by the way, and precious few of those in the past two decades. Very few steak restaurants in Dallas dry age their beef. I can only think of two off hand, and they are $$$. So I’m really looking forward to my first home dry-aged steak.