A lot of people know that dry aged steak is the best, but people don’t always know where to look for it. In this changing day and age, you can find dry aged beef in more and more places. There are grocery stores, niche beef producers, and even people at home dry aging beef that have realized dry aged beef is the best beef out there.
First off, let’s talk about dry aging. “What exactly is dry-aged beef?” Well, dry aging is utilizing time and technique to make the highest quality beef for you and your family.
Normally, you would need to go look at a menu at a fancy steakhouse to get that high-quality beef. Now there’s nothing wrong with wanting to get all dressed up for a nice dinner, but through Oak Barn Beef you not only provide your family with high-quality protein that has been dry aged for maximum flavor, but you can enjoy and customize the experience at your own home!
With a more tender and intensified flavor, dry aged beef is sought after by many beef connoisseurs, or ‘beef snobs’ as we refer to ourselves in our house.
There are many more places you can get dry aged beef from now than ever. If you’ve never tried it, I definitely recommend you do so! And if you are a dry aged beef connoisseur, then I highly recommend you shop Oak Barn Beef!
Draining the grease from ground beef should be an easy task, but somehow it always ends up being a huge pain in the rear. I set out to research the best ways to drain grease from ground beef.
Dad goes on pasture checks twice a day to check on cows and calves. I went with him yesterday and compiled these videos of what we look for when we are doing checks.
This week I decided to do a little bit of the background on how shipping day looks and how we ship our family farms beef directly to consumers across United States!
To give you a little background we ship once a week on Mondays - to ensure that the product doesn't sit over the weekend and get stuck at UPS. It can potentially thaw, so we try to avoid the weekends at all costs. We use some: