60-Second Video Tips: How to Dry-Age Steak at Home





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Published on Nov 7, 2011

Wonder why meat tastes so good at a steakhouse? One key reason is that they use high-quality aged steak. Dan Souza shows an easy way to closely approximate that dry-aged meat, using only a supermarket cut and your fridge, for a steakhouse experience at home.

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