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LOL – then after you have served him dry aged rib eye steaks cut from it you will have him begging you to buy and dry age more! No offense but like 99% of the time the roles are reversed here with the ladies refusing to dry age meat in the refrigerator! BTW how long do you plan to age this one? Personally if just 21 days – don’t bother – same with 28 days since a ribeye is so much thicker and benefits greatly from more time. I suggest no less than 35 days and my personal preference is 45 days.
Good luck and tell that “old man” of yours to get off your case!!! Ron