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Butcher recommendation for dry-aged, prime grade rib roast in Houston?

jflesh | Nov 25, 201411:25 AM     2

I'm visiting my parents and family in Houston soon and will be preparing Christmas dinner. I'm hoping to call a butcher and reserve a dry-aged, prime grade, prime rib for the holiday.

Can anyone recommend a butcher?

We'll be staying in Southwest Houston, near Dairy Ashford / Westheimer, so a butcher on that side of town would be ideal, but I'm not averse to driving a ways for good meat. I see a recommendation here already for Pete’s Fine Meats on Richmond, which isn't too far from my old high school (Robert E Lee)... so that could be fun to see (it's been 20 years).

I'm also OK to drive inside the loop if needed.

Thanks for you help.

Judd.

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