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Dry Aged Beef

Paul May 4, 2002 04:18 PM

I am looking to do a group buy of some Dry Aged beef. I have access to Prime grade short loins. The loins will be aged for 21 days and yield about 10 to 12 Porterhouse steaks cut to 1 1/2 inches thick. A minimum order would be 1/2 of a loin. We would need to order 3 or 4 loins to make it worthwhile. If you are interested let me know.


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    9lives May 4, 2002 06:40 PM

    Epicurean Meat Market on Washington St in the South End sells excellent meat from Dewars Market in Newton..$12 or $13/lb for boneless sirloin. For $25/lb they can order dry aged sirloin..21-28 days in Dewars aging room. Great meat..but obviously pricey. How much are the aged short loins?

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    1. re: 9lives
      Paul May 5, 2002 07:04 AM

      Not sure on the pricing yet. I should be able to let you know by the end of the week. Do you know if the $25/lb price from Epicurean is for prime grade? Also, is that gross or net (after shrinkage)? If it is a net price for Prime, that’s not bad.


      1. re: Paul
        9lives May 5, 2002 04:34 PM

        yes..prime and weighed after shrinkage.

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