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Old 12-31-2010, 03:22 AM   #1
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OK so I'm a little bored can you tell.

Ok so what makes a better steak?

Dry Aged or Wet Aged beef?

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I'm a believer in dry aged beef.

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Dry-aged all the way.

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fresh off the cow. the closer it was to mooing the better.

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30 Day air / dry aged beef rules.

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fresh off the cow. the closer it was to mooing the better.
I have to agree. I was a dry aged guy a long time. After mooovingto the woods I had a cow butchered up by the Amish. That was the best steak EVER! I find that the preparation is the biggest factor to me anymore. Overcooked it's crap. A bad marinade will ruin even the perfect steak. Same with a ill conceived dry rub or spice blend. Take your time and do it right though aged or fresh the meat is some of the most tasty murder you can put in your mouth.

I also when grilling outdoors will not use a gas grill. I'll cook inside if I want that. Kingsford charcoal....The way God grills a steak outdoors.
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Dry aged all the way.

Like Hank would say. Taste the food not the fuel.

I love my 4 burner Char-broil GAS grill.

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The only reason you will "taste the fuel" is because someone does not know when to stop with the lighter fluid. Do it right and you wont have a problem. It's like anything else in this world. It's a learned skill. Most don't try though. They toss in a bunch of charcoal and a couple cans of fluid and are tossing out the mean in another 5 minutes. Built the little pyramid and be gentle with the fuel. Watch for the corners to ash over and in another 10 minutes spread it out. Sure it takes a little time but it's liek that story about the young and the old bull.

Young bull says "Hey old bull? Lets run down to that meadow and f**k us a cow!!"
Old bull says "Lets walk down and f**k em all"

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Use real wood charcoal and a Chimney starter and there is no need for fuel.

Oh yeah, Dry aged.

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dry aged, cooked with no salt, trimmed.

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