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The Ultimate Prime Rib Is Cooked In 90-Day Aged Beef Fat — The Meat Show

 

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Professional carnivore Nick Solares loves two things: Dry-aged beef and prime rib. This week on The Meat Show he visits Mu Ramen in Long Island City, where Chef Joshua Smookler helps him combine those joys with a 200 day dry-aged prime rib slow cooked in a giant vat of rendered lard.

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