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Food,Glorious Food: The Meat Show: Dry and Wet Aged Steaks At New York’s Most Famous Steakhouse



America’s oldest restaurant, Delmonico’s, is about to celebrate its 180th anniversary. This fine-dining establishment is all about meat, so naturally it’s celebrating with a special anniversary edition 180-day dry-aged steak. In this episode of The Meat Show, host Nick Solares stops by the aging facilitates and chats with chef Billy Oliva about the restaurant’s meaty traditions.



In the second part of a two part episode this week’s The Meat Show finds host Nick Solares back at Delmonico’s. In celebration of the restaurants 180th anniversary chef Billy Oliva is aging beef ribsteaks for 180 days, a normal steak is aged for only 28! In the last episode Solares and chef Oliva visited visited the aging room and tried a steak that was aged 90 days, halfway to 180 day goal. Three months later The Meat Show is back at Delmonico’s to sample the anniversary steak. Is it a fitting legacy for the classic steakhouse? Watch the episode to find out.


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