So the grocery store recently introduced their own dry-aged beef, and I took the plunge today and picked up some dry-aged ribeye! I'm a little nervous about cooking them since they were a little pricey - don't want to screw it up.
I'm going for medium-rare and they're about 3/4-to-1-inch thick and I want to do it on the gas grill.
Wanted to serve it with a herbed butter or something like that, so wasn't sure if I should put any sort of dry rub on it first or instead just some oil and salt.
Any ideas? Experience?
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