You’ll be amazed at what a difference dry-aging makes: the dehydration concentrates the meat’s flavor, making it mellower, yet beefier. But if you lack the time or inclination to dry-age the beef, you can skip that step. (Start with a 4 to 4-1/2-lb. roast if not dry-aging.)
Home refrigerators aren’t as consistent or as cold as commercial meat lockers. Before aging meat at home, get a refrigerator thermometer and be sure your fridge is set below 40°F. Cook or freeze the meat within seven days of beginning the dry-aging process.
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I've made this several times over the years and am doing it again this year. It's an excellent recipe.
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