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Old 02-10-2011, 19:14   #31
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Re: Free and nearly free provisions

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Could you elaborate on what you mean by "figured it out on your own". I HATE "free" (TO start) sites, that require CC # upfront.

Chris
Chris,

You can also try sites like:
Krazy Coupon Lady
Coupon Diva
I heart Publix (if you shop at Publix)

All of these sites are completely free and will match up the current sales, what coupons are available and links to print on-line only coupons. Just select your grocery store or drug store that you ususally shop at.

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Old 02-10-2011, 19:25   #32
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7.00 lb..thats a good deal?how do you"dry age"..
Unwrap it and put it on a rack that allows air to circulate around the meat. Make sure what ever is under it will catch any drips. After the first few days there won't be many of them.

Stick it into a fridge and let is dry out. Depending on the cut and the size of it I do a week or more. It's the same process high end steak houses use to concentrate the flavours and maximize the tenderness.
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Old 02-10-2011, 20:47   #33
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Unwrap it and put it on a rack that allows air to circulate around the meat. Make sure what ever is under it will catch any drips. After the first few days there won't be many of them.

Stick it into a fridge and let is dry out. Depending on the cut and the size of it I do a week or more. It's the same process high end steak houses use to concentrate the flavours and maximize the tenderness.
I will try this thanks ..DVC
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