Professional carnivore Nick Solares loves two things: Dry-aged beef and prime rib. This week on The Meat Show he visits Mu Ramen in Long Island City, where Chef Joshua Smookler helps him combine those joys with a 200 day dry-aged prime rib slow cooked in a giant vat of rendered lard.

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34 Comments to: The Ultimate Prime Rib Is Cooked In 90-Day Aged Beef Fat — The Meat Show

  1. Mayo 13th, 2019

    That’s one talented and above all honest chef that doesn’t compromise when it comes to magnificent food. He calls it like it is, even if it’s his own creation in the making.

  2. Mayo 13th, 2019

    You can tell the chef wants to hit him but he likes the exppsure

  3. Mayo 13th, 2019

    Estos hijos de puta se van a cagar muriendo por el sindrome de estocolmo

  4. Mayo 13th, 2019

    "The last two experiments have been gonzo" way to be disrespectful.

  5. Mayo 13th, 2019

    Ew that’s shits still mooing

  6. Mayo 13th, 2019

    This dude literally grabbed a cow and took a bite of it

  7. Mayo 13th, 2019

    This guy nick solaris is such a tool

  8. Mayo 13th, 2019

    Producers need to talk to this dude—- STOP using the word FUNKY to describe ANY meat products

  9. Mayo 13th, 2019

    Now do a dry aged A5 wagyu prime rib.

  10. Mayo 13th, 2019

    Look at the chef's face when gets interrupted at 5:25

  11. Mayo 13th, 2019

    I wish they'd slice before searing for more surface area.

  12. Mayo 13th, 2019

    Why do these people eat raw meat?

  13. Mayo 13th, 2019

    If it took 200 days or more because the middle wasn’t cooked why not cut it for the same time as then the outsides won’t be over cured?

  14. Mayo 13th, 2019

    I gotta stop watching this stuff.

  15. Mayo 13th, 2019

    He goes from greatest piece of beef ever to tastes like a steak and unservable?

  16. Mayo 13th, 2019

    That's looks delicious

  17. Mayo 13th, 2019

    “Its a bit overcooked for my taste”
    *Steak is literally completely pink

  18. Mayo 13th, 2019

    Look I get it, the host isn’t the best. But chill people. We’re watching a YouTube video on prime rib. This ain’t the oscars

  19. Mayo 13th, 2019

    This guy said it's over cooked for his preference. This guy eat a peice of steak completely raw lol.

  20. Mayo 13th, 2019

    Nick Solares? Haaah hah. What's this jews real name.

  21. Mayo 13th, 2019

    shouldnt this be considered wet-aging?

  22. Mayo 13th, 2019

    I ain't rude but i would punch this guy so hard just to shut him up and let the owner talk about his own creation

  23. Mayo 13th, 2019

    God, now I'm confused. What did he mean by "not crave-able"?
    A kick to the nuts is also not crave-able

  24. Mayo 13th, 2019

    Idk if it's just me, but Nick has a very artificial personality. He talks up the food like it's the absolute best thing he's had, but there's no genuineness or compassion in his face or tone at all. He just says it to try to look professional and knowledgeable. It was especially irking how at the end when the chef said he thought it wasn't great, Nick redacted his words about it being absolutely amazing, and said "the last two were a bit gonzo lately." On the other hand, I find the chefs contrast to that personality absolutely delightful though. I love how he's so genuine and personally wants to better his food before serving it. He doesn't lie about the food being great just because it took a lot of time, effort, and resources. He's completely honest about the outcome and cares deeply that his creations are cravable and desirable. Much respect

  25. Mayo 13th, 2019

    Don’t like host, maybe be more humble.