Whole Foods- dry aged beef?(Portland)
We are thinking about a New Year's dinner - we always do some sort of theme thing. Has anyone had done anything with the the aged beef Whole Foods offers?
re: Jerry Saywell
It's not accurate to say that their beef is raised in Maine. They company is based in Maine, but it is a label they put on beef from all over, but raised under their standards.
From their web page (http://www.wolfesneck.com):
Wolfe's Neck Natural Beef works hand-in-hand with farms and ranches throughout the country to produce the finest natural beef in the United States. These farms are vested in humanely raising their livestock by providing the animals with clean, stress-free and safe environments.
Not that it's a bad thing, it's just not necessarily local.
Never tried the WF dry aged beef, but try aging your own if you have the space/time. Plenty of info on the web. It does make a difference.