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Stormy Night in Georgia

davehempdavehemp Posts: 109
edited 10:02AM in EggHead Forum
Well, our power went out at midnight, and finally came back at 8:30 this morning...was worried about my aging sub-primal Prime Rib in the extra fridge. When power came back on I opened it up and fridge was 44 degrees, but my infra-red therm said the meat was at 40.8 degrees - I'm thinking it's okay...my wife is a bit hinky about it...That's why the extra fridge - at day 7 I was informed the smell was unacceptable...we're at day 16 now and it's lookin' good.....going for 28 days...
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Comments

  • stikestike Posts: 15,597
    meat is fine
    ed egli avea del cul fatto trombetta -Dante
  • BoroBGEBoroBGE Posts: 30
    I think you're good to go. Where did you buy the meat? I'm looking for a good butcher in the atlanta area that I can get meat to dry age.
  • davehempdavehemp Posts: 109
    Unfortunately, it's not from a butcher - I'd give anything to find a good butcher to deal with, but like you have not yet been able to do so...what I found was Costco. I had never even considered joining a warehouse club til I discovered they carried Prime Grade beef. Usually they only have cut steaks out for display, but if you ask, they will bring out a box of whole cuts for you to pick from. Ribeye and Strip.
  • MemphisQueMemphisQue Posts: 610
    I bet the meat will be okay. Hope it works out and no more power outages!
  • davehempdavehemp Posts: 109
    Brother, you can bet that unless it grows fuzzy white wings and flies away on it's own, it's ending up in my Egg....ummm...some steaks and a roast...
  • Little StevenLittle Steven Posts: 28,742
    Ya think? Maybe he should leave it in an airport storage area for a couple of days ;)

    Steve

    Steve 

    Caledon, ON

     

  • EggucatedEggucated Posts: 213
    If you ever get north of Atlanta on the 400 we have an amazing local shop here in Cumming. Ferguson's Meat Market, he's also an Egg dealer, and on Saturday usually has it fired up out front cooking for their "deli".

    It seems like every time I stop in there's someone driving up from Atlanta or further packing coolers full of beef and most of them do it monthly. If you ever do make it up, you have to try the bacon too, best bacon I've ever had! I guess I'm spoiled we'll stop in once or twice a week to avoid having to freeze any of the meat.

    (Sorry for the rambling message, been a long day)

    Mike
    Thanks, Mike "Live in such a way that if anyone should speak badly of you, no one will believe it."
  • davehempdavehemp Posts: 109
    Thanks for the tip - sounds like a great place...wish it were closer... :(
  • BoroBGEBoroBGE Posts: 30
    http://www.starprovisions.com/

    Dry aged beef in Atlanta. Check it out.
  • davehempdavehemp Posts: 109
    I love Star and have had their wonderful dry aged beef - But -it's around $40 a pound as I recall(it's been more than a year)... They have several things that are hard to find in Atl. like Foie Gras, and artisnal sausages and cheese...but you pay dearly for it...
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