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Dry Aged Porterhouse - Harvey Guss, Alexanders or Bristols?

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Dry Aged Porterhouse - Harvey Guss, Alexanders or Bristols?

js76wisco | Aug 28, 2009 09:36 PM

Its my father in law's 60th birthday next weekend and I want to get the best possible cut of meat. I've researched the board and it seems like these 3 are the most highly rated butchers. I like in West LA and am driving to Brea to bbq so Alexanders is on the way. Anything in the OC or far outside of my drive were eliminated.

Question - which is the best place for dry aged porterhouse? I am going to start calling tomorrow to check prices (although not very important unless huge difference) and if they have dry aged porterhouse.

Cooking method - seared over hot charcoal and wood seasoned with kosher salt and pepper.

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