Review: How to Dry Age Steaks with Drybag

I know we haven’t even reach one major holiday and I’m already going to ask you to start planning ahead for your next one, whether it’s Christmas, New Year’s, etc. By then, you’ll probably be turkey’d out, so let’s talk beef. Specifically dry-aged beef. We celebrate Christmas or Chrismukkah with family and our neighborhood friends, and the one thing that’s …