What The Most Expensive Steak On Earth Tastes Like

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Published at : 09 Mar, 2016
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This week on The Meat Show, professional carnivore Nick Solares visits Mu Ramen in Long Island City, to eat a steak that has been dry-aged for 400 days. Watch to see if chef Joshua Smookler’s funky, fatty experiment pays off as Solares samples it sous vide, over sushi rice, and even raw.

For more episodes of The Meat Show, click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=voNVBT9eh5s&list=PLUeEVLHfB5-SXVvGyBE_sAXRuO5t2wape&index=2

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