How to dry-age prime rib beef
Updated: Feb 27
Looking for the most tender, flavourful beef you can imagine? Try dry-aging it at home. Yes, it can be done, but it takes some work and special planning.
If you want to dry-age a prime rib of beef, you'll need to store it at 5-6 degrees above zero, in a relatively high-humidity environment (about 70-80% humidity). The beef shown in my video here has been aged 90 days. Next up, I'm aging a cut for 180 days: will keep you posted on how it looks and tastes.