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Dry aged prime rib at Grace Meat Market...any feedback?

grandgourmand Oct 8, 2010 06:58 AM

Hi,
I'm thinking about buying a big hunk of dry-aged prime rib from Grace Meat Market. It's $6.50/lb but...that's pre-trim (i.e. waste) and you have to buy a 25-30lb piece of meat. I'm all for trying out the product, but given the size and the cost want to make sure it's worth it.

Anyone have feedback on this particular meat? Also, since I'd be freezing portions I don't use (presumably they can vac-pack) I was wondering how the product is out of the freezer.

I'm open to alternative suggestions. Cumbrae's at $17.99 is pricey for the size of group I'm hosting.

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Cumbrae's
481 Church St, Toronto, ON M4Y, CA

Grace Meat
644 College St, Toronto, ON M6G, CA

  1. grandgourmand Oct 8, 2010 07:41 AM

    MY bad....$6.50 is the bulk weight of the prime rib you pay pre-hanging. So they have nothing ready for pick-up. Not a bad idea, though, for future reference.

    If anyone has feedback on this stuff, i'd still be interested in hearing.

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