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Pat LaFrieda Dry Aged Burger Blend Review

By: Arielle, editor of

Pat LaFrieda Dry Aged Burger BlendPat LaFrieda Dry Aged Burger Blend Review
Provided by: Pat LaFrieda
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Reviewed by Arielle Matlin


You have not had an out-of-this-world burger until you have tried a burger with dry-aged prime rib. This custom burger blend from the famous Pat LaFrieda Meat Purveyors is truly delicious. The blend combines different cuts of meat to provide a unique flavor and an ever so juicy burger. The blend includes chuck, brisket, short-rib, and of course dry-aged prime rib. It is the dry-aged meat that provides the real "beefy" flavor in the burger blend recipe.



Pat LaFrieda ships across the country and keeps their meat nicely packaged for a fresh arrival. Orders arrive within 24 hours of ordering so you don't need to start planning your big BBQ bash weeks in advance. You can even keep the meat in the insulated cooler for up to 48 hours if you do not have the space to store the meat.



We cooked up these juicy burgers and left them untouched with condiments in order to truly "taste the difference". All the burger blend needs is a touch of salt and pepper. The light seasoning will bring out the dry-aged taste. The true flavors of beef come out thanks to the dry-aged prime rib. We got a nutty flavor that would be complemented well by a gruyere cheese or other similarly nutty cheese. The burgers remained juicy when cooked to all temperatures. If you grill up these burgers at your next party, guests will go wild for this decadent burger meat.

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