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Sep 13, 2007 01:51 AM

Wall St. Journal mentions

I was looking for a discussion on this board of the recent WSJ piece on aging beef at home, which mentions chowhound (when it refers to: "Trolling through meat threads on food Web sites Chowhound and eGullet ..."). The WSJ URL is:

I finally realized that someone had posted the full article here and that chowhound management removed it. Unfortunately, you can't read the piece at the WSJ site unless you're an online subscriber or know one willing to arrange for you to have a free copy.

There's little new information in the Journal piece for many chowhounds -- so don't go to special trouble to get it -- but it was interesting, and it's also nice to see our community mentioned (again) in one of the best newspapers in the world. I wonder if the cnet people could obtain permission to reprint?

Of course, a lot of us know how to find articles like this without creating legal problems.

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  1. I don't have a WSJ subscription but was able to read it on the site - may only be for a day or two though. Thanks for the link!

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    1. re: MMRuth

      Now that's interesting! I see that I can get it, too, even when I'm not logged on at Unfortunately, that's not a sign that the new owner, Rupert Murdoch, has decided to make the WSJ a free site. I had to log back in to read the article, "The Art of Olive Oil: From Extra-Virgin to Extraordinary." Thanks for letting everyone know that "The Search for the Perfect Steak" piece is free (for now).

      1. re: sbritchky

        When I clicked onto the link, the whole article popped up on my screen. I printed it out immediately. Thanks.