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Blog posts tagged 'Dry Aged':


Ghoulishly Good Grub

October 28th, 2019 by Kaleigh Jurgensmeyer • Read 3,114 times • less than one min read

October 31st is filled with lots of sweets and trick-or-treating candy — so why not try something savory featuring the very best craft meats! Assuming there are no zombies around, you’ll be the life of the party when you bring these spooky snacks to your next Halloween get-together.Here are 4 frightfully fun dishes from Crowd Cow Ambassador Sarah Chhum (@sbgoodeats) to inspire your culinary creativity.1. Guests will be goblin’ up these...

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Delmonico's, the oldest steakhouse in America, on the future of beef

October 6th, 2017 by Joe Heitzeberg • Read 10,625 times • 2 min read

With the suburban ubiquity of steakhouse chains like Longhorn Steakhouse, Texas Roadhouse, and Outback, you’d think the steakhouse restaurant had been a fixture of the American food scene since the Mayflower bumped up against the rocky New England coastline four centuries ago. But it wasn't until 1837 that America's first steakhouse, Delmonico’s, opened its doors. And not only was Delmonico's the first American steakhouse, the classic...

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What is dry-aged beef?

July 23rd, 2017 by Joe Heitzeberg • Read 7,912 times • 1 min read

Long before dry-aged steaks became a hot-ticket item on steakhouse menus, people had been dry aging beef for centuries, often hanging joints of the stuff in cheesecloth or a burlap sack to keep it edible longer. Photo from Business Insider But by the 1800s, if not earlier, it was clear that preservation wasn’t the only thing dry-aging was good for. Some people began to notice that, not unlike what happens to cheese when you let it sit in a...

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How To Fry the Perfect Steak

March 29th, 2017 by Laura T. • Read 7,262 times • 2 min read

A perfect steak can sometimes feel elusive. If it’s not cooked just right, it can be tough, dry and even a bit bland. Don’t despair. Follow these five simple, time-tested steps below and you’ll enjoy a mouthwatering steak in no time. 1. Use The Right Tools To fry a really good steak, you’ll need a really hot surface. We recommend using a heavy-bottomed pan that allows for maximum heat retention and an evenly-heated surface. Cast iron pans are...

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