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Best/cheapest mail order dry aged steaks

Bourbonandbacon | May 17, 201208:04 AM     23

I am looking for the best deal (though I realize this is kind of an oxymoron) for dry-aged, USDA Prime steaks for a large group for this memorial day (preferable ribeye and ny strip). Does anyone have any ideas? I stumbled upon the New Brunswick Steak Company and Bryans Fine Food and they seem to fit the bill. Has anyone tried them and had success? I cant seem to find any reviews or articles online about either company. I know LaFrieda meats sells some, but only their ny strip is dry aged. Any other sources on the internet I am missing? I know there are a few like Lobels, Peter Luger and Allen Brothers that do it, but their prices leave something to be desire. Thanks for the help,

http://www.newbrunswicksteakco.com/

http://www.bryansfinefoods.com/index.php

http://store.lafrieda.com/home.php

http://www.allenbrothers.com/

http://www.lobels.com/store/beef.aspx

http://www.peterluger.com/ourmeats.cfm

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