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    6 week aged beef

    So... a couple of weeks ago I went out to dinner and wanted a steak. They had 30 day aged NY and I thought MMMM that sounds good.. It was. It was amazing. The next day I started thinking, I'd sure like more of that. The thought occurred to me to look up aging beef at home.. I like to do things on my own so WTH? It turns out it's not that hard to do. All you really need is a chunk of beef. I'm using a large New York cut.. about 11 pounds. A large plate or tray a rack for the meat to sit on a fan for air circulation and a mostly dedicated refrigerator. Oh yeah.. And time.. about 4-6 weeks or however long you want to age it.

    I'm going for 6 weeks with mine.
    The first pic is the day I put it in the fridge
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    The next pic is a few days later and as you can see it getting darker.
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    and the next is one week and I've turned it over..
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    It's going to be a long 5 more weeks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clearskies View Post
    So... a couple of weeks ago I went out to dinner and wanted a steak. They had 30 day aged NY and I thought MMMM that sounds good.. It was. It was amazing. The next day I started thinking, I'd sure like more of that. The thought occurred to me to look up aging beef at home.. I like to do things on my own so WTH? It turns out it's not that hard to do. All you really need is a chunk of beef. I'm using a large New York cut.. about 11 pounds. A large plate or tray a rack for the meat to sit on a fan for air circulation and a mostly dedicated refrigerator. Oh yeah.. And time.. about 4-6 weeks or however long you want to age it.

    I'm going for 6 weeks with mine.
    The first pic is the day I put it in the fridge
    20190922_144900.jpg
    The next pic is a few days later and as you can see it getting darker.
    20190928_143759.jpg
    and the next is one week and I've turned it over..
    20190928_180343.jpg

    It's going to be a long 5 more weeks
    That's not just beef aging, it is a test of willpower.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdofmemi View Post
    That's not just beef aging, it is a test of willpower.
    You aren't kidding

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clearskies View Post
    You aren't kidding
    Don you’ll invite your buddies over to try it, right?

    BTw, are you joining us at PVD? November 8-10


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    Quote Originally Posted by fiend View Post
    Don you’ll invite your buddies over to try it, right?

    BTw, are you joining us at PVD? November 8-10


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    Working on a hitch mount stroller rack. These double strollers take up too much damn room in the car. Turns out I can actually just drill 2 hitch pin holes to use this on my wife’s Highlander and the Jeep too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedy_RCW View Post
    Working on a hitch mount stroller rack. These double strollers take up too much damn room in the car. Turns out I can actually just drill 2 hitch pin holes to use this on my wife’s Highlander and the Jeep too.

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    Great job on that! Patent it and start producing them

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedy_RCW View Post
    Working on a hitch mount stroller rack. These double strollers take up too much damn room in the car. Turns out I can actually just drill 2 hitch pin holes to use this on my wife’s Highlander and the Jeep too.




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    Quote Originally Posted by USMC Wrangler View Post
    It seems pretty sturdy. I have a Champion 3500 sitting on it. We are taking it out in a few weeks, so I’ll get to test it on the road then.
    I’m going to parallel a couple of Honda 2200’s, mostly because they are light, and sip gasoline.


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    Quote Originally Posted by notnalc68 View Post
    I’m going to parallel a couple of Honda 2200’s, mostly because they are light, and sip gasoline.


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    That’s what I’d like to do eventually as well.
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