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Feb 14, 2011 03:13 PM

Dry-aged steak at Meat Shop Bedford NH

Amazing meat. At $20/lb not cheap, but this was the finest rib-eye I've had in a very long time. We used the Wall Street Journal recipe and it was done perfectly. http://online.wsj.com/article/SB11892...

The service at the Meat Shop was exceptional, highly attentive and professional. After we paid, the manager walked us to our car, carrying the bag!

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  1. You know, I like that shop and their selection, but I know the beer prices are awfully high, and that really bugs me. Their customer service is top-notch though.

    I don't consider $20/lb for great beef expensive at all when you think about what you'd pay at a steakhouse!

    1. what grade of meat was it if you don't mind?

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      1. re: purchaser1

        Sorry, forgot to ask. I seriously doubt it was prime, at that price. But it was very good.

        1. re: whs

          I sure hope it was Prime at that price! Choice Ribeyes are at $5/lb wholesale right now...Ribeye prices dump after the Xmas/NYE holiday and don't start climbing until early summer...but if it was great I guess it doesnt matter!

          1. re: purchaser1

            Give them a call--the regular "wet" rib eye was around $10/lb.