Food Why You Should Always Order Dry-Aged Steak

22:30  14 november  2017
22:30  14 november  2017 Source:   Esquire

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A steak like this, dry - aged for months at a time, can be found at Cote Korean Steakhouse in New York. Josh Ozersky's Big Problem with Dry - Aged Meat. Why You Should Always Slice Steak Against the Grain.

Esquire and Cote Korean Steakhouse gives viewers an informative look into the health and taste benefits on eating dry - aged steak .

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You want your next cut of steak to have sat out for awhile. You want the natural enzymes to have started working the flesh, tenderizing it to perfection. A steak like this, dry-aged for months at a time, can be found at Cote Korean Steakhouse in New York.

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  What Trump Really Eats For Dinner, According to Chef David Burke <p>That news you read about Donald Trump ordering his steak doused in ketchup—that’s fake news. Or at least that’s what David Burke, the New York chef who runs BLT Prime inside the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C., says.</p>That news you read about Donald Trump ordering his steak doused in ketchup—that’s fake news. Or at least that’s what David Burke, the New York chef who runs BLT Prime inside the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C., says. While the president does in fact prefer his steak well-done, Burke says that ketchup was “probably for a side of French fries,” not his dry-aged New York strip.

Esquire and Cote Korean Steakhouse gives viewers an informative look into the health and taste benefits on eating dry - aged steak .

Esquire and Cote Korean Steakhouse gives viewers an informative look into the health and taste benefits on eating dry - aged steak .

Dry-aging simply means putting beef in a chilled room for a long time. After 28 days, the beef has gone through a whole lot of chemical changes. By 45 days, it is funkier and more tender. At 90 days, the flavor is super intense. "When it gets to 120 days, I feel like that is when it truly differentiates itself from where it started," says Cote owner Simon Kim.

Down the line, Cote will offer a set menu with a "vertical tasting," where different cuts of dry-aged steak will be presented, each removed from the drying room at a different stage in the aging process for a spectrum of flavor. For now, as the 6-month-old restaurant builds up its inventory, diners can order a set menu with four cuts to be prepared on the traditional Korean tabletop barbecue. (The meal costs just $45.)

Last month, Cote was awarded its first Michelin star - an impressive achievement considering the steakhouse opened for business in June. It has proven itself a master of the carnivorous art of dry aging.

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