Why beef aged up to 100 days is a growing trend

CBC News
July 14, 2017
By CBC News
Calgary – Dry-aged beef is a growing trend in Calgary, but you may want to rely on experienced butchers if you'd like a taste, a Calgary food columnist says. CBC reports. | READ MORE

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