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USDA Prime Beef - Dry Aged Bone-In Ribeye

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  • GRADE:USDA Prime Dry Aged
  • WEIGHT:18oz, 26oz
  • AGED:4-6 weeks to enhance flavor & tenderness
  • PACKAGING:Individually wrapped & vacuum sealed
  • Individually Registeredwith its own unique registration number - guaranteeing uncompromising quality
  • Gift Box:Delivered in a classic black & gold gift box

Product is flash frozen before shipping to lock in flavor and will arrive frozen or partially thawed

 
Description

USDA Prime Dry Aged Bone-in Ribeye

Rich in flavor and abundant in marbling, these Ribeyes are sure to please. Cut French-Style, this Bone-In Prime Ribeye will have an extraordinary presentation that will only be matched by its taste. Don't want the bone? Try our Boneless Dry Aged Ribeyes.

Dry Aged Delicacy

As if the flavors of a wet-aged ribeye weren't enough, try a dry-aged one! The dry-aging process allows the beef to become more tender and obtain its unique flavor and aroma. Finding dry aged beef can be difficult due to its rarity and limited suppliers. Dry aged beef is a luxury we all deserve to enjoy and Chicago Steak Company is sure to bring that to the table on your next cookout.

All steaks are USDA inspected...but is your steak GRADED? Chicago Steak Company only sells the very best.

Cooking Dry Aged Ribeyes

Very well marbled and thick, the ribeye is the perfect steak for your cast iron skillet. Cooking in a cast iron skillet allows for the ribeye to cook in its fat resulting in an even more robust flavor. If grilling a ribeye, be careful of flare-ups. If a flare up happens, move your steak away from the flames. To experience the ribeye with maximum flavor, we suggest cooking it no more than medium.

Ribeye Cooking Tips

1. Plan ahead. Know the cut of steak you are cooking. A french ribeyes are more flavorful and tender if not overcooked.2. Preheat your grill or broiler to high. Charcoal coals should be ashen grey and red-hot. When cooking on top of the range, the cast iron skillet or grill pan should be hot, but not smoking.3. Season your steak with salt & pepper or a blended mix to taste.4. Lightly oil your cooking surface.5. Sear the steaks on first side using the times listed on the Steak-Cooking Chart as a guide. Flip when juices begin to bead on the surface.6. Cook your steaks on the second side and use the steak cooking chart below as a guide for time. Less time will be needed on the second side. Steaks may cook quickly, so be attentive.7. Gauge doneness. This may be determined by touch or meat thermometer. A rare steak will feel very soft when touched and will have an internal temperature of 120° - 125°F. Medium rare steak will feel soft and spongy to the touch and register 130° F, medium steaks will offer resistance when touched and register 140° -145° F. Well-done steaks will be firm with an internal temperature of 160° F.8. Rest your steak. Allow steaks to stand for 5 minutes before serving. This lets the juices flow from the center of the meat to the exterior, resulting in a juicy & succulent steak. 
 
For more tips on how to cook your steak, check out the video tab above.
 
BONE-IN RIBEYE STEAKS
ThicknessRare 110° To 120° FMedium Rare 120° To 130° FMedium 130° To 140° F
1" 5 min First Side3 min Second Side 4.5 min EACH SIDE 6 min First Side4 min Second Side
1.25" 5 min First Side4 min Second Side 5.5 min EACH SIDE 7 min First Side5 min Second Side
1.5" 6 min First Side4 min Second Side 6 min EACH SIDE 7 min EACH SIDE
1.75" 6 min First Side5 min Second Side 6.5 min EACH SIDE 8 min First Side7 min Second Side
2" 6 min EACH SIDE 7 min EACH SIDE 8 min EACH SIDE

 

Cooking

If your steak is frozen, we recommend thawing it in a pan, thawing in a pan helps catch any drippings that may occur, under refrigeration for 24 hours.

Season with our signature steak seasoning.

When turning your steak, be sure to use tongs and not a fork. A fork will puncture the steak and allow for the juices to escape the steak.

Allow your steak to rest for half of the cooking time. This allows for the juices to flow back into the center of the steak.

Steak Cooking Tips

1. Plan ahead. Know the cut of steak you are cooking. A steak is more flavorful and tender if not overcooked.
2. Preheat your grill or broiler to high. Charcoal coals should be ashen grey and red-hot. When cooking on top of the range, the cast iron skillet or grill pan should be hot, but not smoking.
3. Season your steak with salt & pepper or a blended mix to taste.
4. Lightly oil your cooking surface.
5. Sear the steaks on first side using the times listed on the Steak-Cooking Chart as a guide. Flip when juices begin to bead on the surface.
6. Cook your steaks on the second side and use the steak cooking chart below as a guide for time. Less time will be needed on the second side. Steaks may cook quickly, so be attentive.
7. Gauge doneness. This may be determined by touch or meat thermometer. A rare steak will feel very soft when touched and will have an internal temperature of 120° - 125°F. Medium rare steak will feel soft and spongy to the touch and register 130° F, medium steaks will offer resistance when touched and register 140° -145° F. Well-done steaks will be firm with an internal temperature of 160° F.
8. Rest your steak. Allow steaks to stand for 5 minutes before serving. This lets the juices flow from the center of the meat to the exterior, resulting in a juicy & succulent steak. 

For more tips on how to cook your steak, check out the video tab above.

FILETS MIGNON & BONELESS RIBEYES

ThicknessRare 110° To 120° FMedium Rare 120° To 130° FMedium 130° To 140° F
1.5" 3 min EACH SIDE 3.5 min EACH SIDE 4 min EACH SIDE
1.75" 3.5 min EACH SIDE 4 min EACH SIDE 4.5 min EACH SIDE
2" 4 min EACH SIDE 4.5 min EACH SIDE 5 min EACH SIDE

SIRLOIN STRIP STEAKS, BONE-IN RIBEYE STEAKS & PORTERHOUSE STEAKS

ThicknessRare 110° To 120° FMedium Rare 120° To 130° FMedium 130° To 140° F
1" 5 min First Side
3 min Second Side
4.5 min EACH SIDE 6 min First Side
4 min Second Side
1.25" 5 min First Side
4 min Second Side
5.5 min EACH SIDE 7 min First Side
5 min Second Side
1.5" 6 min First Side
4 min Second Side
6 min EACH SIDE 7 min EACH SIDE
1.75" 6 min First Side
5 min Second Side
6.5 min EACH SIDE 8 min First Side
7 min Second Side
2" 6 min EACH SIDE 7 min EACH SIDE 8 min EACH SIDE
Reviews
Wine

Ribeye Wine Pairing

The Ribeye steak is known for its abundant marbling (good fat content within the steak) and fat content is an important aspect to consider when pairing a wine. With that in mind, a red wine is the perfect pairing for this steak. It’s also safe to say that your chardonnay may not be the best choice for this steak.

Both Cabernet Sauvignon and Zinfandel work perfectly with the Ribeye. Your choice will depend on how robust you like your wine flavors. Both score right in the middle of the wine sweetness scale, but the Zinfandel has some spiciness weaved into its fruity flavor

Shipping

Packaged with Care

When you place an order with Chicago Steak Company, we do everything we can to ensure that your package arrives in excellent condition. All of our steaks are vacuum wrapped and flash frozen in their natural juices to lock in the flavor. The steaks are then wrapped in our attractive food grade paper, sealed with the Chicago Steak Company gold label, and placed in our gorgeous gift box. Those gift boxes are placed inside our reusable insulated cooler with enough dry ice to keep them cold until arrival. For more information on shipping, and other Frequently Asked Questions see our FAQ page.

Watch the Video to see how your order is packed, how it will arrive, and how to thaw it properly.

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