Tuesday, December 7, 2010

meatbook Omaha Steaks | Expensive mail-order

The River Cottage Meat Book foodies around the world are starting to receive Omaha Steaks. These mail-order steaks are incredibly popular — and incredibly expensive. You can get the dry-aged quality of Omaha Steaks at home, with just a day or two’s wait.

Omaha Steaks on order for the holidays

The majority of Omaha Steaks are shipped directly to customers in dry-ice packed coolers. In its 93 years of existence, the company has expanded their offerings to seafood, cheeses and gift packs — in other words, a little bit of everything. Custom-cut beef and steaks remain the most popular product. Many people order their Omaha Steaks for special holiday meals or for gifts.

The secret of dry aging on Omaha Steaks

Omaha SteaksKitchenAid K45SS Classic 250-Watt 4-1/2-Quart Stand Mixer, WhiteLodge Logic LPG13 Pro 20-by-10-7/16-Inch Cast-Iron Grill/Griddle are considered tasty, but there’s a secret most people don’t know. Omaha Steaks, like most steakhouse meats, are dry-aged. Dry aging beef is a process that pulls moisture away from the cut of meat. Dry aging pulls extra flavor out of the meat, and dries it out just enough to make the Maillard reaction stronger. The Maillard reaction browns and caramelizes the meat, making it that much tastier.


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