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February 13, 2012 at 5:33 pm #5612
LOl. I hhad the same experince at Wegmans. They offer 21 day aged beef at over $30 a lb. I am told that Whole foods also has aged beef, but I’ve yet to stop in and check it out.
21 days – as we well know does little to the flavor, but does drive up the price. Even the high end steak house in town will recomend a minimum of 32 days for ther beef.
I would love to do a blind side by side tasting. My dry aged vs the high end grocery stores dry aged. Hmmmm. Maybe this sprign when my new grill comes in?