I watch the BBQ pit boys on youtube partly for the hilarity, and partly because they do have some interesting ideas. I just saw this video where they "dry age" some steaks. I know most people here say you dry age the primal, not individual steaks, plus on the video they cut off the fat that was dry aging.
So just wanted to know, would doing this the way they do in the video be at all a "dry aged steak"? Even worth trying for someone who has never tried a dry aged steak?
Not looking to start a big debate, just wondering if a person only wanted to make the investment of a couple steaks, would it even be worth trying?
Here is the video link