Tips For Dry Aging For Tender Beef

Rus Jones tests a new toy as he dry ages some beef for 28 days on this new segment of Smoky Ribs BBQ & Southern Cuisine.  Dry aging beef is a trick steak houses have been using for years to deliver tender steaks.

The common concern with dry aging is a general fear of bacteria or spoiling with foods, but technology greatly helps maintain the safety of the process at home.  As you’ll see in the segment, Rus goes through his unit’s setup and explain some of the features that help the process.  With the Steak Ager, the unit shown in the video, you can now enjoy the great texture and taste of dry aged beef at a fraction of the cost compared to buying dry aged beef. You can learn more about the SteakAger at their website.

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