Dry Aging Steak at Home

21 03 2014

I love steak. I love juicy and tender steak even more. Silly me that I didn’t know I could dry age steak right at home! All you need is some paper towels, a rack and some fridge space.



Go ahead a buy a slab of Mooo. Roll it in some paper towel. Then place it on a rack that goes in the coldest part of the fridge. When the towel gets a bit moist, switch the towel. On the forth day.. wah lah!

Put some salt and pepper at most 40 mins prior to cooking. I found that cooking steak in the oven give the best results. Turn the knob to broil on high and in the steak it goes. I only broil each side for a few minutes since I like my steak bloody.


All You Can Eat Primerib at Marriott

31 10 2010

If you’re feeling hungry to the point of starvation on a Friday or Saturday evening, swing over to Marriott Quincy. They serve All You Can Eat Primerib in the restaurant and lounge area adjacent to the lobby.

It’s not bad prime rib either. It’s better than alot of other places that are not fine dining. There’s flavor and it’s not chewy like a rubberband. I managed to eat 1 and 1/8 of a prime rib. Yes, I barely made a dent on the second one. boo hoo! I can only shove so much cow in my stomach!

The dinner does come with two sides; but they are not bottomless. It’s just the beef that is all you can eat.

I did ask for a box to take the rest of my beef home. The waitress said we’re not suppose to take leftovers but she let us. Seriously, you gonna let us waste food? I hope they FedEx the leftovers to the starving children in third world countries.

All You Can Eat Prime Rib at KO Prime

27 07 2010

If you’re a Boston Foodie, you know Ken Oringer! He continues his venture by expanding the all you can eat prime rib dinner with Retro Tuesdays and Wednesdays at KO Prime Steakhouse. You can eat as much prime rib you want for $29.95. Certainly, I would not benefit from this deal since I eat like a pigeon; but I still would like to go the next time I have time on a Tue or Wed for the sake of my HunGry friends!

Roasted Bone Marrow

Roasted Bone Marrow

I haven’t had the steaks here before but they do server scrumptious appetizers. The best unique appetizer is the Roasted Bone Marrow.  It came out with 3 cuts of bone. I should call myself Wilma while holding the bone and scooping out the marrow. The marrow itself has a very bold taste which went well with the beef tongue marlamade. I didn’t really care for the citris parsley salad. Stacking them on the toasted bread sure filled up my tummy!

KO Prime is located right in Downtown Boston who also server the luxury boutique hotel, Nine Zero. That’s how I found my way to – look for the hotel! Walking with Google Maps and Yelp on my cell can only get me so far.