How Long Should Steak Be Dry Aged?

The norm for a dry-aged steak is about 28 days. At Knife in Dallas, they don't even put a ribeye on the menu under 45 days, about double the normal time. In this episode of The Meat Show, Nick Solares pushes his carnivorous status to the limits by tasting five cuts all ranging from 45 to a gnarly 420 days, and lives to tell about it.

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